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Canon L75 Black Vertical Line

I had one of the people in a remote office open the front flap and clean what was hopefully the scan bar where the document is scanned and a black vertical line is still coming up. I'm having her change a cartridge when she gets in, any other ideas?

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The problem is with the cartridge itself and should be cleaned as the toner has dropped on to the roller inside the cartridge and causing the lines. or you could change the cartridge and see if that works.

Posted on Jun 17, 2008

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