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Ripples down the sheet

On the non operator side of the copier, when we run cover weitht stock.
The sheet is nice and flat down the operator side and the paper has waves all the way down the other side. We mostly run 12 x 18 heavy weight setting through tray 5. I believe it is a pressure problem that is out of adjustment from side to side.

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That is a problem with the fuser. More than likely both the heat and pressure rolls need replaced. They wear and develope flat spots and get out of round and cause those problems.

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