Question about HP ScanJet 4850 Flatbed Scanner
When I scan images on my flat bed it looks like light is bleeding through. This particular model has a negative scan function and it appears the light in the center of the lid for that is the source of the bleed through. Are there any fixes for this?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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