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Yellow line showing on in scanned pages

I we use the feeder to scan multiple sheets of paper, a yellow line shows up in the middle of the scans.
If we just use the flat bed scanner, it doesn show up, cleaned all the rollers and the scanner glass, still has the problem.
Any ideas?

Thanks

  • darlaB Dec 11, 2008

    My line is black going down the middle of the page. I cleand the glass and it still shows up.

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If you can open the cover of the scanner just clean the glass and use any lubricant to apply on head rod to move smoother .

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