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Glass on flatbed has scratches. I would like to replace the glass. How do I go about this?

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If you do not use the automatic document feeder (ADF), you will see that the faxes are clean on the receiver's end.
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OK, now the fix:
1. open the scanner like you are going to use the flatbed glass.
2. On the far left part of the glass top, there is a "speck" or smear of dirt that you should be able to see.
3. Use eyeglass cleaner / wipe or other glass cleaner technique and clean the glass on the far left of the flatbed. ok, clean the whole glass while you are at it.
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I'm guessing this is on the feeder right? It's usually caused by gunk on the glass strips. Small scratches in the glass will hold onto dirt tenaciously. Use a cotton swab & alcohol in line with the scratch to coax it out. Don't try to scrape it with a tool, that just makes the scratch deeper. If you still don't get it after a few tries, it could be something in the Optical Unit behind the glass. That would be better left to a trained tech, since the OU's are very delicate & expensive.

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