Question about Brother MFC-7340 All-In-One Laser Printer
Yes there is a way to get rid of the lines you are seeing when scanning from the document feeder.
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Stand in front of your printer with it facing you. Make sure the document feeder is empty. Put your hand in where the paper would go, and pull upward towards you or to the left. This will open the top of the paper feed tray and expose the rollers that bring in the paper. You can use a brush to seep out the debris. This is not likely where you are getting the lines from though!
Where the lines come from are inside the flat bed area. If you open it, you will see a big piece of glass where the paper is placed to scan a document. to the left, you will see another small piece of glass and this is where the lights flash that scan the picture into the scanner. Try taking a slean lint free cloth and wipe the small glass area and the paded lid above it to get rid of any lines that are appearing on your documents.
Posted on Mar 21, 2011
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