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Black Line down middle

I am getting a black line down the middle of the back of each paper

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The line is from ink coming up from the absorber pads on the bottom. It needs a good cleaning and a mylar sheet to keep the ink from coming up onto the rollers. A shop repair.

Posted on Jul 02, 2009

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