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Do you mean that you have paper that are wrinkled in zig-zag? If yes, then you have three possible problems: 1) moisture on paper - in cass flip paper, upside down, and then see, if its ok change paper. 2) bad pressure between pressure and fixing roller 3) worn out pressure roller
1 - (and most likely) you are using a bit-mapped font instead of a true-type font and at a fairly large font size. Bit-map fonts are composed of dots, much like an icon, and cannot be scaled beyond a certain value or you see the jagged edges.
2 - you are using a true-type font at a fairly large size and your printer does not have a post-script driver installed on your computer, so it takes the font and converts it to its closest bitmap representation and prints it out...rendering the font in all of its jagged glory!