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The scanner/copier is adding a straight line through all documents, left of center, all the way across the page. Is there something we can do to get rid of this line? Thank you.

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First of all when do you get this problem.When using to top loader for documents or when you are using the normal coping???IF the problems appear in bouth ways you need to clean the printer copy glasses with something soft and clean.If that doesn`t help you need to open the printer and clean it.For that you mnay need proffesional help

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