Question about HP OfficeJet 6210 All-In-One InkJet Printer
Well the resolution is simple.You need to clean the scanner glass located right below the automatic document feeder(mind you its not the same as the scanner glass as you use liftingthe lid).If you want any further support, an online technician from techbuddies can help you for free.For this log on to http://tinyurl.com/m7ghqz
Posted on Jun 18, 2009
The problem is with the View/Edit graphics software, the cleaning of the flatbed glass will not do the tricks:
-Open the file as Image( Graphics)
-Try to locate the icons that represent the two lines ( vertical, horizontal) that help you positioning the spot you want to edit.
-Most likely, these icons will be high lighted as yellow., flat rectangles
-Drag and pull each of them to the bottom left corner to minimize to a point
-The vertical or horizontal lines will not show and you are in the North East quarter of the graphics plane.
-Save the file
-Print it and you will have no lines shown in the printout
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Posted on Sep 06, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It is not in the glass. More than likely it is in the rollers of the ADF feeder. If you open the cover of the ADF feeder you can see there are 3 screws (! is found under another small cover furthest to the back of the machine. Once these three screws are removed you can left the entire ADF feeder from the unit. You will then be able to clean all the rollers. Do not use alcohol as this will dry our your rollers and cause them to eventually crack. Just use soap and water to clean the rollers. Then reinstall the ADF feeder assembly back on the machine.
Posted on Nov 14, 2008
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This article provides the self-diagnostic
steps necessary to evaluate top-to-bottom streaks that appear when
copying or scanning.
Important! This is seldom a scanner hardware failure.
The main reason for this anomaly is debris or marks on the scanner glass that is used for Auto document feeder (ADF) page scans.
Printed or Scanned Page Illustration
Who should consider this article?
Any user of an MFP or All-In-One printer experiencing the following symptoms:
Think of it this way:
Suggested Diagnosis and Fix
Step Action 1 Locate the portion of the glass designated for ADF scans.
HINT: The glass location differs by model. This area is often separate from the scanner flatbed. Please reference User's Guide for more information if you are having a difficult time locating this designated area.
2 Perform a visual inspection for any of the following recurring culprits:
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