Problems with Paper Curl in a Printer or Copier?

Paper that curls as it comes out of your printer can be frustrating.  It can happen for various reasons.  Is the paper made right by the manufacturer?  Has the paper picked up moisture?  Is the printer working like it should? There are steps you can take to address the problem.  It may not be as severe as this, but this is some paper that came out of my laser printer:




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