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The printer is creasing the paper, usually a couple of inches in from the right margin. This happens for the first few pages after the printer has been idle for a while.

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This problem usually occurs due to moisture absorption by paper sheets. If the printer has been idle for some time, then prior to printing either remove a couple of top sheets (which absorb more moisture) from the sheet holder, or dry the entire lot of sheets by placing under hot air drier or incandescent bulb or room heater.

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This is most likely a fuser problem and the fuser will need to be replaced.

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