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I change the glass of the front reading unit and now comes the white sheet pink new glass will be my problem? postscript: is not the original

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    tom9788 Jan 08, 2013

    How do I change the front reading unit on the DR9080?

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The reading module is extremely sensitive. You need to handle very carefully. There appears an innocuous looking plastic strip, just under the glass, which is the LED unit. If it is disturbed, the lighting is affected and hence the output. (White light is a combination of RGB). When the intensity of the LEDs are affected you dont get right output. In my opinion it is difficult to fix this error. You may need to change the whole module.
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The error you are receiving is Flatbed Optical Alarm.This alarm occurs when the READ command for the first document is received, or when gain of the CCD amplifier is adjusted (sheet guide is read) during scanning.Probable causes are:
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bullet_s2.gif The inner side of the Document Cover (white sheet) (C) is easily damaged, so wipe it gently.

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1. Is the upper glass (white sheet guide)of the reading section dirty?

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