How to Remove Lines when Photocopying – Clean Slit Glass

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And in most cases, the solution is simple and quick to resolve. Here is How to Remove Lines when Photocopying

In most cases when Copying through the ADF (automatic document feeder), also known as the Top Feeder, your Copies will look nice and clean.

Total Time: 2 minutes

Locate Slit Glass in Top Document Feeder

How to Remove Lines when Photocopying

The main reason why you’re getting these lines is that there is usually foreign matter, either ink, whiteout, pen marks or sticky tape on the Slit Glass.

Clean the Slit Glass with a soft cloth

Open the ADF to expose the main pane of glass, Clean the Slit Glass with a soft cloth, then proceed with a test copy.

If problem persists

Open the ADF to expose the main pane of glass, Clean the Slit Glass with a soft cloth, then proceed with a test copy.

 For extremely stubborn and hard to see “spots”

 For extremely stubborn and hard to see “spots”, align the piece of paper with the printed line with the Slit Glass to locate the stubborn spot. Clean and test again.

Hope this help in How to Remove Lines when Photocopying.

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