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Paper shifts When coping a page I don't get about 1" of the side. It's like the paper shifts.

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This is just in addition to techbill. I assume you are copying LTR format. If this happens from the feeder and the glass something you might want to check is the paper cassette setup. Pull the casstette completely out and check the setup tabs on the back of the cassette. Also make sure there is no paper jammed in the back where the cassette slides in. Jammed paper back there will cause the machine to misread it as LTR-R. This usually cases a 2" blank area. Just something else to check.

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Does it happen both off the copy glass & thru the document feeder or only off the document feeder. If both - check the side guides inside the cassette to make sure they are tight against the paper. If it only happens when using the feeder- the feeder tray needs to be adjusted. There is usually 2 screws under the document tray that when loosened allow for side to side adjustment. Moving the tray should solve the problem if it is only happening when you use the document feeder.

Posted on Apr 02, 2007

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