asked Aug 26, 2000 at 4:43pm
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Last inch crincled

I have a Canon LBP-4 Laser printer. When paper is fed
from the tray the last inch of each page is crincled. However, if paper is manually fed page by page
it is ok.
Check the 4 foam output rollers just above the fuser assembly, you'll need to pull open the flap to access them. Squeeze them like you were Mr. Whipple squeezing the Charmin. If they're squishy and don't spring back, you'll need to replace them. Order our HP2P exit accordion jam kit in the Printer Repair Kits page.
by moe on Aug 26, 2000 at 7:18pm Add comment
Not sure what manually feeding the paper has to do with it. In addition to squeezing the Charmin, have you tried making the paper come out the face up slot? There is a lever just below the top when you fold down the manual feed tray. Flip the lever down, and paper will exit the front of the printer, instead of the top. If it does not come out wrinkled (which it shouldn't) and it does on the top side, it's the bad exit roller.
by Raymond on Aug 27, 2000 at 9:32pm Add comment