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Vertical inky mark about one inch wide after changing both cartridges covering whole length of paper

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Run a few pieces of paper through - it should disappear fairly quickly... it is because some ink got on the roller which pulls the paper through...

At worst open the machine a clean the roller with a damp cloth and wait a few minutes until it dries before using.

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