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1" wide shaded line is appearing in center of scans

When I scan, I am getting about a 1" shaded line down the center from top to bottom. The light looks good, so either there is some light effect that started that I can't see or the pickup of the scan is bad. Is there any solution or has the printer met its end-of-life?

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May be the scanner issue go to the authorised service centre do will do the needful

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