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GOT A CANON SUPER G 3 8180.GETTING PRINTS ONLY ON RIGHT SIDE OF PAGE.

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Depending upon how many pages you have put through the machine, it may be your drum is in need of replacement.

The other possibility is your fuser unit is shot.

Posted on May 23, 2008

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