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Faulty scanning found as full-black sheets or scratches throughou

When I make a scanning, the Preliminary Scan shows the page in black or with random scratches throughout the document. It does not recognizes images or documents at all.

I think it has nothing to do with the crystal cleanliness as it seems to be in good condition.

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Sometimes, the ribbon cable connecting the scanner reader to the main board get loose, giving garbage readings.

try opening the scanner and get sure the cable is properly attached.


if that does not fix it, you probably have a main board issue, which is very difficult to fix.


good luck

Posted on Dec 06, 2008

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