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L7680+ can't scan pictures

I can't scan pictures to put on my web page!!!

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  • claire45colt Oct 28, 2008

    can't scan

  • Hashir Tasleem
    Hashir Tasleem May 11, 2010

    Hi .. is there any error message generated when u try to scan the pictures....



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Resetting the All-in-One

  • Press the On (L7680+ can't scan pictures - fa37665.gif) button to turn off the unit.
  • Disconnect the power cord from the back of the unit.
  • Connect the power cord to the back of the unit.
  • Press the On (a477fdf.gif) button to turn on the unit.

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