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Scanning problems I have a epson flat bed scanner which I use daily to scan in drawings usually on a white background,recently the white backgrounds of the images are getting darker almost blue,does this mean the scanner is worn out

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R 105 from my HP 5370 has burnt out. Replaced it with a 30E but it becomes very hot in a few seconds.
Read somewhere to remove C118, is this the besst solution?

Thanks in advance for answering.

Posted on Jun 02, 2008

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