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HP Scanjet G3010 gives a blue/green band down the right hand side when I scan in colour. This doesn't happen when I scan in black and white. What am I doing wrong?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Thanks for the tip...the problem is NOT a black line but a wide yellow line on the right side of the paper. It starts out about a quarter of the page in width and diminishes in size to about a half inch in width after many repeated scans.
The glass IS clean , and even when the glass had some smudges here and there, I never had a yellow stripe problem!
Scanner bulb is bright and even the entire length of bulb (no dark areas) so I don't think it is the bulb!
Posted on Dec 26, 2007
SOURCE: How to scan slides with HP 1610
Will you help me help you with a little more information please?
Thanks. When you attempt a scan with your backlight setup are you able to instruct the scanner through its settings and options that you are using a transparency backlight at 6300K? If these options are there, what light temperature options do you have besides 6300 or is that the only one. And are your slides in standard tray or in a plastic jacket? A standard tray is a clamshell device where you lay your slides in frames and when done close and snap the clamshell closed.
Posted on Jan 04, 2009
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