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Line appears down right side of paper when copy is made?

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If the line only appears when making copies but recieved faxes come out ok, then the scanner glass needs to be cleaned. Water and a lint free cloth should do the trick.

Posted on Sep 15, 2010

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Thick black vertical line appears on the right hand side of the page


PLACE A PLAIN PIECE OF WHITE PAPER IN MACHINE AND TAKE A COPY. IF NO LINES ARE ON IT THEN THE LINES ARE COMING FROM THE MACHINE THAT IS SENDING TO YOU BUT IF U DO HAVE THE LINES THEN PRINT HEAD IS PROBABLY FAULTY OR DIRTY.

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Marks down left side of copy


There are several things that could be causing this I will TRY to address or suggest on all of them.

1.) If only appears when copying, double check the glass and make sure those areas are cleaned.

2.) If happens at all times, it could be the toner cartridge in the unit (especially if started when just changed). I would try another cartridge (later if you can stand the copies w/ the lines or if you have a spare).

3.) I have seen a lot of these machines do this putting vertical lines down the side of the paper because the fuser assembly has worn out and needs replaced.

I have seen #3 occur sometimes when paper gets jammed in a machine and someone pulls it out too rough, this can cause the slick cover over the fuser to crack, break, or bunch up, needing replaced.

Hope this helps you.

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Do I load the original for faxing right side up or upside down? HP officejet v40


Look at the input tray it shows a symbol of an original.

If the lines on the symbol face you , then put the paper in face UP.
If the lines are on the folded corner of the symbol, then place the paper in face DOWN.

If you are still not sure, place the paper in face UP and press "COPY"
If it copies the page, then that is the correct orientation.

If thre copy is blank, repeat the copy test with the document face DOWN.



Sep 28, 2009 | HP Office Equipment & Supplies

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Black line down one side of paper


Lift the auto feeder cover and clean the narrow glass that the originals are scanned across...sounds like you have some dirt there -maybe correction fluid? That's the most common.
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Jun 23, 2009 | Brother IntelliFAX 1270E Plain Paper Fax

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Line appears on copies when using the automatic feeder.


You have a piece of dirt or whiteout on the scanner glass. When the paper is moving by, it creates a "Line" if the paper is sitting still on the glass, it may be a dot or it may even use a different glass alltogether for ADF vs Paltten scanning.

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Black lines on the right side of every copy


depending on what the lines look like it could be the charge roller or transfer roller.
A defect on the charge roll appears as black areas on the front of the test page, and as light gray areas on the test page.
A defect on the PC drum of the toner cartridge appears as white areas on a dark, full–coverage test print and as black areas on the "text only" test page.
I have also seen a line with a 'ridge' on the paper. This will appear almost like an embossed line. This was caused by the fuser roller being scored by debris.

Jan 12, 2009 | Dell 1710 Laser Printer

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2 lines down the right side of paper - sharp 1641 CS copier


Your problem is most likely not the drum.
Can you make a copy on the glass itself and the lines DO not appear?
if yes this confirms it is not from the drum. Open the top and look at the Small strip of glass : is it dirty or have two dots, white out or Anything on there???? clean w/ alcohol. Any dots will look like lines when making a copy because the paper is moving on the glass.
If the lines are still coming out even on the glass then take a look at the Fuser (exit where it gets hot) are the rollers smooth and uniform or are they scratched???

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