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remove the toner bottle and make around 50 copies but make the copies in A4 LEF but with open ADF and put a white paper on half of the A4 LEF area for to be the copes half white half black. This must be done for the extra toner that is inside the developer unit to be removed. It must be half black-half white for the machine can print the copies, otherwise it will constantly jams. pit the white paper in the right half section of A4 LEF area and make around 50 copies. But do this without toner bottle inside the machine. After the 50 copies end,print a counter and see does it got better. If is ok then return back the toner bottle and the machine will continue to work. If still the copy is bad then make more copies without toner bottle until the image is clear.
There mite be something in the path of the paper which the paper hits and so it is slanted have you tried scanning on the big glass instead of thru the document feeder does it happen then? Now the printing is something else are you talking about copying or printing. If print I would check the paper draws ensure the guide are snug up against the paper. Do you internal prints slant such as the meter count print out or the fax info reports. or the demo page? If the problem is coping then place the original on the big glass and see if the slant There are small mylar guides though out the document feeder if some one pulled the original document out in the wrong direction they mite have flipped on of them causing a corner of the paper to hit one slanting the original ALWAYS pull the original out in the same direction as the flow of the document. Try sticking a business card down thru the way the paper flows you mite be able to reset the offending mylar.
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That type of problem comes from either the drum or the fuser, the best way to check is to unplug the machine while it's printing and see of the shadow is on the paper before the fuser, if it is then you need a new drum, if not the fuser is the culprit.
If you open your "self feed" cover, you should be able to see the scan glass that originals pass over to copy. Clean that glass thoroughly. There is some dirt or whiteout (liquid paper) on it which causes the shadow or line on copies. Let me know.