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Scanner is making lines why?

Scanner is making persistent lines in the same places on the whole document area why?

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It Usually Indicates The Scanner Door Is Not Seating Properly Try To Scan Something With Two Sheets Of Paper Behind It. If That Doesn't Work Try Placing Your Hand On Top Of The Scanner And Press Down Lightly While It Scans. Please Let Me Know Your Results.

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I get a black line when scanning, ( not when printing)how do i fix it


This is commonly caused by a mark on the scanner plate. If you place your document to scan on the scanner plate (Lift the lid and place it on the glass plate) and scan or copy the document does it come out clean? If you feed the document through the Auto Document Feeder doe the line appear?

If when place on the plate it is clean but fed through the ADF there is a line, then when you lift the lid on the scanner you will see a narrow glass plate at the end (Normally the left end) of the scanner plate. Give this glass a clean and your mark will go away.

If the scan or copy is lined when using the Flatbed scanner and the ADF then the problem will be in the scanner lamp which will be probably uneconomical to fix.

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Dont know how to scan a document


The first thing that you must do is make sure that the device is already installed to your computer. Insert the document to be scanned on the scanner. Double click the icon of your scanner and on the option menu click scan. After the scanning process, open the My Picture folder of your computer and locate the image file.

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Red and yellow streaks appear in scans, always in the same location. The scanner was cleaned but the repair person could not find any problem with the equipment. Yet the streaks persist. How do I resolve...


execute a calibration to correct the wrong color:
  1. place your photo on the scanner, with a distance of 0.25 inch from the edge of the glass
  2. open Epson scan and select Professionnal Mode
  3. select the document source
  4. select the image type
  5. uncheck thumbnail then click Prevew
  6. crop the area of the image
  7. Click zoom to fine tune the area you see the streaks
  8. select the resolution of 72 dpi
  9. scan your photo
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if the problem still not solved, you need to change the scanner unit , there are many dead pixels.

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There is a Black thick strip coming along while scanning what might be the problem


Something is stuck on your scanner "glass". This is a small strip of glass about an inch wide that runs from one side of the scanner to the other. If you open the panel where the documents are fed in to be scanned you should be able to see the glass. Sometimes a small flashlight comes in handy. Once you located the strip you can clean it with a cloth that has a bit of glass cleaner sprayed on it in the area you are using. Most of the time a general cleaning will take care of the line. If after cleaning the line does not go away then look at the image of the scanned document and use the original as a guide by placing it the same way in the machine that you placed it originally. The area of the document where the line is being created will guide you to where the area of the scanner glass is creating the line. Concentrate your cleaning effort in that area.
Good Luck and Thank You for using Fixya.

Oct 10, 2010 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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WHITE LINES ON FAXES SENT


You have white out or some other white substance blocking your scanner optics. I am assuming this is a thin blank line. What you need to do is make a copy of a document with your machine. You should see the very same blank line on your copy that your customer is seeing on their received fax. Now take this copy and place it in the document feeder the same way you placed the document when you made your copy. Now imagine this document going thru the feeder. The strip that is blank will "match up" with the white out or whatever is causing the blank line. You just need to open up the feeder section where the documents go in to be scanned and look for the thin strip of glass that runs from one side to the other. Using the copy you made with the blank line, use it to see exactly where the glass should have something stuck to it and clean it off with a soft clotch with a little glass cleaner on it. Go ahead and clean the while glass while you are in there. Once clean you can close it back up and run another copy to insure that all the lines are gone.
Good Luck and Thank You for using Fixya.

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Vertical line appears in scans using the ADF, but not with copies


happened to me after i fed a page with not-too-hard whiteout on it. the feeder makes the page run through a different piece of glass and i just had to clean it.

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My scanner shows patches of green at the bottom


try a scan in just B&W see what happens
and try to use the software to scan just a part of the work

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Line down center


Often this is merely a mark on the scanner glass. When using the automatic document feeder the light/sensor will stay in one spot and motors will feed it. Make sure to clean the glass in this part usually left of the large glass area is a smaller strip see if there is a mark on the glass there.

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Brother MFC 8440 Scanner has a line


Whoaaaaaaaaaaa!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! No need to da all that. Lift up the Doc feeder and look at the SMALL strip of glass, you will see a dot or something on it, clean w/alcohol. Voila taken care of. the dot ( pen mark, white out, etc...) makes a line because the document is Moving and that dot now looks like a line to the copier. :)

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Black line in auto feed


If you lift the scanner cover, you should see an area on the right end of the platen glass marked at the edge with arrows as Read Area. This is the area used when documents are scanned through the auto feed. Make sure that the glass is completely clean in this area, as any dirt will show up as a line on the copied image.

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