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I have a canon mx700 multifunction... today i had a paper jam and i found and removed it BUT it has been having problems since. on the occasional line (about 8 times over the course of the page) it looks as though the top half of the letters have been bumped to the right, with some compression of the lines also. any idea what could have happened? thank you muchly :)))

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You should try the re-alignment process. The info should be in your printer manual. Let me know if you want any more help.

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