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Red vertical lines, scanning to computer

Scanning old but good condition photos onto computer, they all have red & black vertical lines. Have tried cleaning everything with no success, it gets worse each time I try.

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  • Anonymous Feb 02, 2009

    The right side of any scanned image is coming out in a pinkish red color regardless whether it is a word document or a color photo.



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  • Anonymous Feb 20, 2009

    red vertical lines across all of my photos i print from photoshop!

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I had one red line appear when i used the duplex. I happened to notice that the thinner glass window on the scanner was dirty. I cleaned it and now no line appears.

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