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Lines on scanned or copied pages is usually caused by ink and trash on the scanner glass. Check the glass on your printer for something blocking the light on the scanner. Here is a link to an article about this issue and where to clean.
Lines on scanned and copied documents is usually caused by something on the scanner glass such as ink, correction fluid or trash. Open the top of the printer and clean the scanner glass surfaces with windex and paper towels. See this article for more details:
On what operation are you receiving the black line in your paper?
This problem usually appears when you try to scan or copy using your ADF (automatic document feeder). To remove this black line in your paper, clean the ADF platen glass in your printer and do as well in the flatbed scanner glass. This ADF platen glass can be found right below where the documents in the ADF goes through. Its a glass about 1 inch in with and beside the flatbed scanner glass (the one where your documents is lay down for copying and scanning. Dried ink or paper residue sticked in the glass can cause this line in the paper. Clean it with a a clothe and spray some windex on it.
red line? this is a black & white
is the line apear only when you scan ?
try and make a copy of the glass if you do not see line .than you problem is that **** glass that scanner uses.IT MAY HAVE WHITE OUT OR INK CLEAN IT .it long thin along the the paten glass
hope that help
the problem is in the scanner, open it up and see if you can find any smudges, and clean any obstruction, any ink, liquid eraser residuals, can cause this part to appear as lines on your copied faxed image.
dont concentrate on the printer this is a scanner problem
I had the exact same problem! the problem seems to be with the CCD calibrating itself before it starts to scan.
you look into the scanner, the scanner glass extends itself into the
casing of scanner where the CCD rests. Every time before the scan starts
the CCD starts to calibrate itself in its housing before it starts to
scan. If there is any reminiscence of dust or anything object (like a
piece of paper) stuck in the edges where the CCD rest, the white
balancing is thrown off and it causes white lines to appear along the
entire line where the dust was present.
Ideally the solution
would be to open the scanner casing to clean the housing where the
scanner CCD rest. This would solve the problem.
If you are unable
to open the scanner casing, then try using a piece of paper or a thin
edge of a cloth, slightly dampened to reach into the edge of the scanner
glass where the CDD rests and clean it. This is what i did and this
solved the problem.
Try running a calibration. This is done thorugh ScanGear in Advanced mode. Once in Advanced Mode, in the Image Settings section there should be an option for Calibration (you may have to scroll down in this section to see it). After running the calibration, try performing a preview scan with nothing on the scanner glass. If the red line shows up on the preview now, then most likely the scanner needs to be serviced.