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Subject: Scanner problem
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From: philo <philo@privacy.net>
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Subject: Scanner problem
Date: Wed, 25 Oct 2017 09:41:17 -0500
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I have a two year old Epson V600 that gives me blue horizontal lines 
when scanning slides.


Per Google, most of the hits say to thoroughly clean both surfaces, 
reboot and let the device re-calibrate.


Tried that and it does not work.

There is absolutely no debris inside the scanner.

Anyone have any ideas?


Thanks