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A voided line prints vertically on all copies

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Are the lines only showing up when you are using the doc feeder? If so, you may want to clean the white - out off the adf slip glass.... If that is not the problem, it may be the drum unit or the developer unit. Also, it could be in the optic's of the scanner. Good Luck

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