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Is it possible that you may have loaded it with the wrong side facing up? Most papers have only one side designed for printing—usually the brighter or shinier side.
If that is not the problem, try using a different paper setting. Your printer may be using too much ink for the selected paper. Uncoated papers absorb more ink than coated, or glossy, papers. In the printer driver, switch to a lower-quality setting, or turn off options that use more ink—the Super MicroWeave setting in some Epson printers, for example.
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