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Scanning trounleshooting Hi, I am trying to scan in multiple pages on my scanner and it keeps scannign through 2 pages stuck to gether. how do i clean my scanner to fix the problem. thanks Lee M [email protected]

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  • laravich Feb 22, 2008

    Mine has begun feeding several sheets through at the same time, constantly. I've cleaned it thoroughly and also the big roller was replaced by our IS people, but it didn't help. It used to work perfectly and never fed more than one sheet at a time, now it does it all the time. Very frustrating. Help!!!

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Open the paper feeder tray gently. see the rollers which intake the paper. Clean softly those rollers and tray with a dry medium. Pleasedo not touch any senser there. Read the open instruction from manual.

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