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MP810 getting a line through the color ....and I've

MP810 getting a line through the color....and I've already cleaned all the ink heads. Any ideas? I've had the printer for about a year...and I can't afford to have lines running through my graphic designs. I've thought about buying a new printer...but don't want to give up the "35mm scanning" feature of the 3-in-1 model. Any ideas of how to get rid of the line glitches in my color saturated print?

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