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Scratch When I copy there is a line -like a scratch- in my document feeder copies. Gina/Jeff

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YOU HAVE TO CHANGE THE FIXING UNIT.

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What causes a line down the middle of copied pages


There is something on your scan glass. My guess is you are getting the line on your copies when you run the original through the document feeder. If you get lines through the document feeder but not on copies made off the glass then it is a dirty scan glass. There is a thin glass strip where the document feeder feeds the original. Usually something like white out that did not dry smears off an original and ends up on this thin strip of glass. Scratch it off with your finger nail and use some glass cleaner to resolve the problem. The scan glass is about 1/2 an inch to an inch wide and will be on the same side of the machine that the copier feeds the originals in on.

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Black lines when sending faxes or making copies


I've been getting many calls asking me why their fax/copiers/printers are getting black lines when they send faxes and making copies while using the automatic document feeder, and not when they open the document feeder and use the glass.

What happens, when you fax or copy papers that has white-out or some material that can flake off, it gets embedded on the ADF glass and the unit thinks its part of the paper.

99% of the time, what needs to be done is to clean the small glass, usually using fingernails to scratch off the dirt, or using a lint free cloth slightly moistened, should do the trick. Just go over it several times until it comes off.

If the lines are thick, it usually indicates a damaged scanner assembly, in cases with the Brother machines, not expensive to fix. With other units, its a different story, either because they do not sell the scanner assembly as a part, or units are sent in for whole unit repairs.


on Jun 08, 2010 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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Dear Sharp Al-2030 Experts: Paper Copies made from the cover-mounted auto-feed system are produced with a full copy-length thin double line separated by an approximately 1 13/16" wide distance. It is...


There is something on your scan glass. If you get lines through the document feeder but not on copies made off the glass then it is a dirty scan glass. There is a thin glass strip where the document feeder feeds the original. Usually something like white out that did not dry smears off an original and ends up on this thin strip of glass. Scratch it off with your finger nail and use some glass cleaner to resolve the problem. The scan glass is about 1/2 an inch to an inch wide and will be on the same side of the machine that the copier feeds the originals in on. Once the glass is clean your problem is solved!

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We have a black line down the center of all copies...


If the problem only happens on copies or sent faxes then no it is not your drum. There is something on your scan glass. My guess is you are getting the line on your copies when you run the original through the document feeder. If you get lines through the document feeder but not on copies made off the glass then it is a dirty scan glass. There is a thin glass strip where the document feeder feeds the original. Usually something like white out that did not dry smears off an original and ends up on this thin strip of glass. Scratch it off with your finger nail and use some glass cleaner to resolve the problem. The scan glass is about 1/2 an inch to an inch wide and will be on the same side of the machine that the copier feeds the originals in on

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Our copier has lines everytime we copy anything..our church needs to know how to stop it and not have to call repair person.


if it occurs when you make an internal print like printing a status page then call a tech... if it occurs from the document feeder and/or from the glass table.. then look for black marks, white out, ink, staples or paper on either one... these can show up as black lines... when you are making copies... you can generally chip away at them with your nails or a flathead screwdriver... be gently or you could scratch the glass...

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When the Automatic Document Feeder (ADF) to copy I


There are two scan modes when copies are made.When you make copies through ADF you originals go past small **** glass located to the left of the main exposure glass.Any small mark on this **** glass( correction fluid mark,ink mark,small scratch,dust particle and so on)will show as a line on your copy.So to get rid of these vertical lines on your copies you need to clean this small exposure glass.

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Copying black line (only when using feeder)


Which way is the line oriented? If it's vertical, it's probably a scratch on the drum. If it's horizontal (and repeats at fixed intervals), its spacing will help determine the circumference of the part that is causing it. Contact the manufacturer or post more details here.

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Black vertical lines on faxes sent using auto document feeder


If you lift up the lid on your scanning device you will notice a glass strip about 1 inch thick and then the large area of glass used for flatbed scanning. The 1 inch strip is used for ADF scanning. Because your papper is moving across the glass strip, any dot, smudge or scratch will affect your scanning and cause verticial lines down the page. Sometimes the dot is not visible to the eye. Get some glass cleaner that has alcohol in it and thoroughly clean the glass strip and it should solve your problem. If it turns out to be a scratch on the glass then cleaning won't help.

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Lines


I will give you all the reasons I can think of.
1, If the line is only there when running through a document feeder and not there off the glass. The small strip of glass directly under the document feeder is dirty.
2. The drum has a scratch on it, or the cleaning blade is not cleaning the drum properly. Would require that cartridge replacement.
3. The fuser roller may be work in the middle. You would notice some reprinting , or ghost copying if that were bad.
4. Less likely would be some piece of fuzz in the light path, or a small piece of paper or tape in the paper path smearing the ink across the page.
If your machine prints, see if the line is on a print, if its on a print and not on the copy then it is scanner related.

Mar 13, 2008 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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Scanning...


What do you mean scan? Is it from the printer to the computer? Or just plain copy? When you want to scan to the computer, you need a software that can scan multiple pages. HP's document feeder can copy and fax multiple pages, so if the software supports multiple pages scanning, then I'm sure it can.

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