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When scanning in color documents appear on screen to have a light blue color and the text is light and will not print out a quality print. Can this be adjusted?

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  • lisa_schroed Feb 09, 2010

    Okay I looked thru the User's Guide to try and find out what the CCD unit is and can't find it. Can you tell me what that is and where to find it please?
    Thanks

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Hi,

Cleaning the CCD units may resolve this issue. If not, you may have to replace the faulty CCD unit.

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http://www.lexmark.com/publications/pdfs/x5150/eng/ug.pdf

Cleaning the print cartridge nozzles
To improve print quality, you may need to clean the print cartridge nozzles.
Clean the nozzles when:
• Characters are not printing completely.
• White dashes appear in graphics or printed text.
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You can use the operator panel or the Lexmark X5100 Series Solution
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Using the operator panel
1 Load paper in the All-In-One. For help, see page 16.
2 Press Options until Cartridges appears on the display.
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5 Print your document again to verify your print quality has improved.
6 To further improve print quality, try wiping the print cartridge nozzles
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7 If print quality has not improved, try cleaning the print cartridge
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Using the Lexmark X5100 Series Solution Center
1 Load plain paper in the All-In-One. For help, see page 16.
2 Click Start Programs Lexmark X5100 Series Lexmark X5100
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3 Click the Maintenance tab.
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6 Print your document again to verify your print quality has improved.
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7 To further improve print quality, try wiping the print cartridge nozzles
and contacts (see page 44), and then print your document again.
8 If print quality has not improved, try cleaning the print cartridge
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Depending on the program that you use it could have different steps.

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