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Vertical lines like wallpaper on my photos

When I scan photos they have vertical lines in them that resemble watermarks. When I first noticed it I thought it was just an old photo but I scanned a new photo and got the same result. What's the problem?

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You should try to clean the glass on your scanner.or clean the printer ink heads.

Posted on Dec 25, 2008

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