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Just replaced the glass on an HP C4150. When I use the copy feature all it prints is verticle black lines. Must be somethihng with the scan head as otherwise the printer prints okay.

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Look for debris on the scan head face--all it takes is one tiny speck to create one line down the paper. Make sure the connector for the head is plugged in securely on both ends.

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