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Paper comes out in a rolled fasion

Why does paper comes out in a rolled fashion on a hp laser printer

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I guess what you mean is the paper curls when it comes out. It's most likely that the paper is cold and a bit moist, then once it goes through the transfuser (a very hot module inside the printer that settles the toner onto paper) and with the tensions on rollers, the heated surface expands and causing the paper to curl. And thicker paper will have more effect than normal papers. Try keep storing your paper in a dry location (but without sunlight).

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