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Yellow band in scanned image

When i scan i get part of the scan image with yellow band . band thickness and placement is random

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  • Anonymous Aug 27, 2008

    I have the same problem and couldn't scan images in full-color.

    The "band" which also appears in grayscale scan previews doesn't affect grayscale scans, although what used to be mildly white in the previews are now solid black.

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I solved bit by shaking the scanner like crazy

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