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I have a Lexmark E260 printer and get ink marks along the edges my printed sheets about 1/4 inch wide on both sides. How can I fix this??

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Please click on the link to see instructions on how to go about the procedure. http://bit.ly/pq6FU3

For further assistance, please contact Lexmark Technical Support.

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