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This is usually caused by the left over toner not being properly cleaned from the transfer belt.
Open the printer front cover and close it. Wait for the printer to cycle. It usually make a little noise then stops. Then open the cover and close it again. Then print.
If the first page of the print out is clean. but the next page you print has a shadow of the first page, then you have a a problem with the cleaning mechanism.
Unfortunately the cleaner is part of the image transfer belt assembly which runs about $150 to $200. Unfortunately not terribly cost effective as compared to the original cost of many of these printers.
The fuser rollers (large orange rubber rollers visible with top cover open) are getting too hot, or the temperature sensor/wiring is faulty and misreading the temperature. Assuming sensor is okay, check the exhaust fan is running and expelling warm air as over time it will clog with dust and the fuser unit won't be cooled effectively.
Open all the covers and close all of them , See any changes if not remove the toner cartridges and see any paper jam in the tray or else. If nothing works out see any sensor is broken physically and update me.