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HP 1020 The print is slanted on the page a few degrees.

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  • David Raczynski Aug 01, 2007

    The trays are installed propertly. It apprears to be related to the stop at the back of the unit. If it is tight, the print is more slanted and the paper is creased along the left edge but only the last 1/3rd of the paper as it exits the printer!?

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Check that paper and paper tray are installed correctly. Print from MP tray and check if it's still slanted. If not, the problem is related to the tray and the feed rollers for the tray. Check also these feed roller and separation pad.

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