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Shows a lot of lines on the paper when I copy ? what is solution of this problem?

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If thre copy is blank, repeat the copy test with the document face DOWN.



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lift the feed area and look at the small glass plate where the auto feed paper is actually scanned. That needs a good cleaning. Since the paper runs across it even a tiny little obstruction such as paper left from a paper jam or a dot of ink from that pen you used to unstick that last paper jam (maybe its just me??). That one dot turns into a line when the paper rolls across it. Clean well and the line will dissappear.

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Run a copy of something through your machine. IF the lines show up on your copy, and also lines on your incoming faxes, then your drum cartridge is bad.
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Probably a bad cleaning blade in the toner cartridge or a dirty charge wire.

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