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There are pieces coming out of the printer that look like the roller cover. The paper is crinkling and the ink is smirred. Any ideas?

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Your fusing unit has gone bad. The fuser unit is the assembly that heats up and "fuses"" the toner onto the paper. The upper fuser roller or "sheet" sometimes goes bad and get s tear in it. Thus the problem you are describing. So you need a fusing unit.

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