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2 things.
Fuser is worn, even if % says still has life, but if less than 40% say, then fuser could be slipping.

next with the lid up and fuser removed, look to the left of where the fuser sits in the centre between the exit rollers, there is a little black lever pointing up about 1/4 inch. if it's not there, it's broken off, usually from pulling back a papr jam in the wrong direction (enmvelopes can snag on tghis if pulled back in opposite direction of feed...if you can find the broken bit, it can be superglued back in place very carefully, esle yu need to get a a techie in to replace.

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