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The copy is too light. The copy density is set too light. Use the Auto/Photo key to select a darker copy density . The copy paper is damp. Replace the paper. The copy is too dark. The copy density is set too dark. Use the Auto/Photo key to select a lighter copy density . The document was not pressed close enough against the Original Glass. Position the document so that it is pressed closely against the Original Glass. The copy is blurry. The copy paper is damp. Replace the paper. The document was not pressed close enough against the Original Glass. Position the document so that it is pressed closely against the Original Glass. There are streaks through the copy. There are specks throughout the entire copy. The Original Glass is dirty. Wipe the glass with a soft dry cloth. The document pad is dirty. Clean the document pad with a soft cloth dampened with a mild detergent. The original is highly translucent, such as diazo photosensitive paper or OHP transparencies. Place a blank sheet of paper over the document. A double-sided document is being copied. If a thin double-sided document is being copied, the information on the back side may be reproduced in the copy. Use the Auto/ Photo key to select a lighter density for the background. The Imaging Unit has reached the end of its service life. Contact your service representative.
I tend to think that you are pressing wrongly. Place the document to be copied facing down on the fax document side and then press COPY/HELP key1 Load the document(s) face down. (Maximum of 10 pages.) The display will show: READY TO SEND • Set the resolution and/or contrast if RECEPTION MODE desired. (The default setting for copying is SUPER FINE.). 2 Press the COPY/HELP key. COPY/HELP The display will show:
COPY MODE START KEY: SINGLE COPY KEY: MULTI ? If you are only making one copy of the original (or of each original) and don't want to make a reduction or enlargement setting, press the START/MEMORY key twice. Copying will begin. ? If you are only making one copy of the original (or of each original) and want to make an enlargement or reduction setting, press the START/MEMORY key and go to Step 5.
3 Press the COPY key (MULTI ) if you want to make multiple copies of each COPY/HELP original. The display will show: ENTER # (01-99) 4 Enter the number of copies per original (if the number is less than 10, 0 3 enter a "0" before the number). Example: Three The display will show: copies per original COPY RATIO Originals BC A MULTI COPY AA BB CC A B C You can get its manual here.
There is something on your scan glass. My guess is you are getting the line on your copies when you run the original through the document feeder. If you get lines through the document feeder but not on copies made off the glass then it is a dirty scan glass. There is a thin glass strip where the document feeder feeds the original. Usually something like white out that did not dry smears off an original and ends up on this thin strip of glass. Scratch it off with your finger nail and use some glass cleaner to resolve the problem. The scan glass is about 1/2 an inch to an inch wide and will be on the same side of the machine that the copier feeds the originals in on.
Place the original on the glass.
1) Open the document cover and place your original face-down on the glass, in the upper left corner. Move your original about 1/10 inch away from the top and left edges so all of it will be copied.
2) Close the cover gently so you don't move the original .
Caution : Never open the document beyond where it stops and do not place heavy objects on top of the CX4600.
If you need to copy or scan a thick or large document, you can remove the document cover. Just open it and pull it straight up.
If you need to press the document flat while you copy or scan it, do not press too hard and be careful not to move it.
Caution : Do not use excessive force on the document cover, and do not twist it diagonally. You may damage the document cover.
When you are done, replace the document cover by inserting the tabs back into the slots.
Copying a document.
1) Load paper.
2) Press copy button until you see the desired number of copiesin the Copy window You can select up to 9 copies at a time.
3) Press the paper type button to select PLain Paper. The light indicates which type is selected.
4) Press the paper size button to select Letter.
5) If you want your copies automatically reduced or enlarged to fit the loaded paper size, press the Fit to Page button.
6) To make color copy, press the Start Color button
To make black and white copy, press Start B&W button.
The ON light flashes and after a moment the CX4600 starts printing.
If you need to stop copying at any time, just press the Stop button. Do no pull out paper that is printing, it will eject automatically to the output tray.
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Hello, my name is Steve,.
This is a common problem and an easy fix.
If you lift the ADF / top cover assembly up, you will see a small narrow piece of glass next to the flat-bed glass.
Ths is called a "Slit-glass". The only purpose is to read content from that point by the scanner, The Scanner will sit in the underside of it.
It is dirty. Wipe this with glass cleaner and a soft lint-free cloth. you may need to do this several times. Concentrate the part of the glass were this image problem is just by the orientation of the document you are installing with the direction of the document you are passing through the ADF.
It will take several attempts, but with each try, make a new test from the original document, unyil the problem disappears.
I believe this will solve your problem, Best , Steve