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Black line on copy while using paper feeder

All of a sudden, all copies run through the paper feeder have a sold black line on the right side of the paper. The line does not appear when a copy is made by placing the original on the glass. Any suggestions?

Thanks.

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  • Anonymous Nov 09, 2007

    I have the exact same problem which first arose when the feeder jamed. Hope someone can help. Copies are fine on glass; solid black vertical line only occurs when using the doc. feeder. So it's not the cart. or drum. Thanks

  • Anonymous Mar 26, 2014

    I have been copying onto paper that has a logo imprinted on it (on the top, the side where I
    copy). Now sometimes a "ghost" of the logo appears on my copies.- though the "ghost" does not appear in the exact same location on the page as the logo. Any ideas?

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Try cleaning the feeder glass

Posted on Dec 04, 2007

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