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You do not state model so I will give you a general tip. Dog ear pages are mostly caused by something in the paper path dragging on the paper. This can be a piece of label stuck in printer, torn bit of paper or toner built up on the fuser. Check the area where the paper comes out of the paper tray closely because this is where problems often start.

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