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HI there,

If your printer is producing a streaked image, you will need to clean the printer heads. To do this, go to Printers in the Control Panel, then right click your Printer then select Properties. A menu with the various settings will appear. You need to select Clean Printer Cartridges. The printer will run in cleaning mode.

Streaking can be resolved by either cleaning the inside of the printer or by replacing the cartridge.

Hope this initial info/idea helps. Let me know for any clarifications.



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