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I have a officejet 6110 and when I turned it on the other day the scanner moves all the way to the right but never stops and sounds like a gear keeps slipping. Then a scanner failure appears on the screen and tells you to turn off the printer and restart. I've done that several times but it always does the same thing. Could you possibly tell me what the problem is?

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This kind of problem creating from main dust only in Scanner Assambely so it must remove and make it clean; while you making clean use Soft Cloth to all the Glass to Clean; Do Not Apply Any thing in the Glass try it....

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