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Hello, first the paper can be dirty in a lot of ways...
If you have dark "background"or small black dots, the problem is in developer and it need's to be replaced, or cleaning blade or drum. If you have streaks on copy, the problem can be in drum and cleaning blade or fixing roller. If the copy is too light, the problem can be in dirty optics or bad transfer corona.
There can be a lot of things... better call service for preventive maintenace, they will change all that is needed according the number of copies that machine has.
IF YOU ARE ONLY GETTING THE LINES WHEN YOU PUT THE DOCUMENTS INTO THE TOP FEEDER AND NOT FROM PRINTNG TO COPIER OR IF YOU PUT A COPY ON THE GLASS UNDER THE DOC FEEDER AND NO LINES APEAR CHECK THE SMALL GLASS WINDOW UNDER THE DOC FEEDER THERE MAY BE SOME TIPEX OR INK RUBBED OFF AND LEFT ON THE GLASS THERE.. THISD MIGHT BE CAUSING THE STREAKS YOU CAN CHECK THIS BY PUTTING THE PAGE IN THE DOC FEEDER AND DOING A COPY AND THEN PUT IT ON THE GLASS PLATE UNDER THE LID AND DO A COPY OR IF HOOKED UP TO COMPUTER DO A PRINT JOB.. IN NO STEAK APPEARS YOU CAN BE SURE ITS ON THE THIN SCANNER GLASS.. GOOD LUCK ...a
bit vague...Cq not good? What does that mean? Light copies> could be related to toner or ROS unit (laser unit) if prints OK but copies U/S clean mirrors and ccd lens Dark copies , streaking? Cleaning blade /drum unit U/S or could be streaking from fuser roll Patchy copies , dark edges, light edges ??????? more detail please