Question about Xerox Phaser 8200 Laser Printer
That is known as paper skew. It normally comes from A. Worn or dirty rollers either in or just past the paper tray.
B. The paper tray itself. C a spring off a roller not allowing even pressure on the paper, or D, the registration clutch which is responsible for stalling the paper long enough to square it in the machine.
For some reason the paper is twisting from uneven drive to the right side of your print as seen in the photo. Could even be a slight obstruction aka a piece of a label or tape that somehow is in the paper path causing the paper to drag in that area.
Normally skewing ( twisting ) of the paper it pretty easy to cure. I am suspecting with a 5 year old machine, some slick rollers first, then a spring/pressure problem on some roller.
Let me know, We can fix this one.
Posted on Jun 12, 2008
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