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AutoFeeder Copy with Lines

Whenever I make copies using the autofeeder, the copies (as well as faxes) come out with a line across it. It has something to do with the feeder bc when I make a single copy lifting the lid, using the scanner, there is no line. Any thoughts, suggestions, solutions?

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