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Vertical line when using document feeder

I have a vertical line that is appearing when I fax or scan documents from the document feeder. When I print or receive a fax, there is no problem, so it is not toner or drum related (or at least I think so). I see some minor marks or scratches on the glass where the feeder sends the documents through, but none of those line up with where we're getting the line. Any suggestions?

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Look really close at the small glass strip. There will be toner embedded in the glass. It will probably be a very thin streak though, so hard to see.

Posted on Feb 11, 2008

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