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My HP laserjet 3050 when i copy a page the paper prints black


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When I scan pages in the computer using the document feeder a black line appears on the scanned pages. what can I do?


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I scanned a 17 page document to pdf and got a 15mg file which I could not sent by e-mail. Checking some other pdf files, I see a 47 page document that is only 5kb. What's the deal? BwO


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