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It only prints on the left side of the paper. The print fades and then there is nothing on the right hand side. It doesn't matter what you print or from what program, only about 2" prints down the left side of the paper.

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1. Take the toner out and shake it side to side so you even the toner level in the cartridge.
2. If this won't fix it, check toner level, might be low. If low, you need to replace toner.
3. Last option, you might have to replace the Photoconductor Unit.

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