Question about Canon CanoScan LiDE 90 Flatbed Scanner
I removed the glass, used a tissue towipe the inside of the center track, cleaned the glass and finally put some silicon spray on a Q-tip. The q-tip was almost dry, not dripping with the silicon. I ran it up and down both sides of the inside of the center track. I made sure it wasn't wet. then I used the Q-tip to clean the two bumps on both sides of the scanning wand. Put it back together and no problems since. DanInJapan
Posted on Sep 30, 2010
Had the same problem. take off the two framing pieces of plastic that run along the edges of the glass (they are stuck on with glue so use a knife). prize the glass out of the unit and check that you can move the scanning moving part up and down. remove any bits of plastic. test the moving parts by replacing the glass and scanning. mine seems to work fine now, fingers crossed. x
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