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One inch black band with copying

The copy is not cut off but a black band appears down the side of each copy or scanned document. Printing from internet or Word documents are perfect.

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I think the scanner has crud or dust on the reader. You likely want a "pro" to clean it.

Posted on Jan 20, 2009

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If it happens on scanning or copying, but not on printing that's a problem with the scanning section.

If it happens on everything (scanning, printing etc) that's a problem with in the printer controls.

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i think all printer with copier have in common in regard with copying the have all allowance i think its half an inch so if you copy a borderless document its not 100percent copied theres a cut on the side. My solution? scan and edit so you can have a complete picture without a cut.

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