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Most inkjet printers don't actually measure the amount of ink in the cart. They estimate the amount of ink based on what you've printed and how many cleaning cycles you're run. They have to estimate "empty" well before it's empty, in case you've used more ink than they expected, so the head doesn't go dry. Also, showing empty makes you buy more ink, and that's where they make their money.
lines could be caused by a bad mirror or scanner led light. or the thermal head that draws on your master. try to open your scanner table and make a master while it is open. check the lights if they are all complete. then check the mirror if there are chip offs on its mirror coating. if the led light and mirrors are in pristine condition then check the thermal head. try to clean it with a dump cotton cloth.. let it dry for a few minutes then try to make a master again.. hope to be of help.
Thermal heads wear out over time as the paper grates down the thermal head. You'll get to a point where the only thing you can do is to replace the head. Contact the manufacturer or service centers to where you can buy one