01-14-2022 06:42 AM
Hello everyone -
Vertical lines are appearing down the middle of my scans. I have cleaned the glass thoroughly, as suggested, but these lines keep popping up. I can't afford to replace my scanner and am really hoping to find a DIY fix for the problem. Any ideas?
01-14-2022 08:14 AM - edited 01-15-2022 06:24 AM
Lines in images from a scanner are most often related to a mechanical issue.
You can test your unit with another system. If the behavior continues, you'll have your answer. Canon scanners come with a 1 yr warranty.
As of this posting, both are available directly from Canon.
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01-17-2022 02:19 PM
Thank you for responding to me.
As noted in my post, I can't afford to replace my scanner and am looking for ways that I may be able to fix it on my own. Ideally, I would like to know WHY it is making these awful lines.
01-17-2022 02:21 PM
PS: I am particularly irked by this scenario because I bought the scanner in June of 2020. It is not that old nor has it seen much action.
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