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My Lexmark X7675 is pulling the paper to the left when printing causing the paper to Jam. How do I fix this?

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Hello sir; Check the paper tray at the bottom there should be have something especial on the left side of the tray.

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Chances are these rollers are worn and are very smooth to the touch. This slick smooth surface does not have enough friction to push the paper up to the next roller.

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At that point you will have to replace them.

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