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Lines on copies

My copies all are having 5 lines added on the left side (3 together) and a space and then two lines toward the middle.

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I am having a similar problem, there's dark lines on the left side of my copies. It doesn't matter if it's on the glass or not. I also think that the lines are getting bigger and darker over time.

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Is it happening whether you put it on the glass or not, or only in the feeder?

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