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Toner is depositing itself on the edges of the paper after printing. Its real thick and will actually flake off the page. It just started doing this for no reason.

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The toner is built up on the toner.
most of the time you can not clean it off and keep it off because of the scratches on the teflon sleave .
and also replace the toner "stay away from rebuilt toners "use only hp cartridges.

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