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A black vertical line appears on all copies, even after changing the ink cartridge - how do I remove this black line?

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Hello, if this is happening on copies only, try just putting in the glass, if image is clear, then problem is small **** glass on the left of the copy glass, my guess there is some ink or white out or something on that **** glass, you should be able to clean with alcohol, and test again.

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