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How To Repair Jammed CanoScan LIDE 90 Scannerはじめにへ変更

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If your scanner gets jammed half way through then it could be that the casing is bent [ … ] There is a metal 'spine' that runs the length of the base inside the casing. This pushes the scanner head up and into the glass causing the motor to 'lockup' and creating a horrible noise. [ … ] If you open up the scanner and bend it flat again it solves the problem. [ … ] You can tell if it needs this by turning the scanner upside-down and placing a straight object (metal ruler?) along the length of the scanner back. If you can see bowing (dipping or a curve down) towards the centrecenter of the back casing, the rail inside is probably bent.
If your scanner gets jammed half way through then it could be that the casing is bent [ … ] There is a metal 'spine' that runs the length of the base inside the casing. This pushes the scanner head up and into the glass causing the motor to 'lockup' and creating a horrible noise. [ … ] If you open up the scanner and bend it flat again it solves the problem. [ … ] You can tell if it needs this by turning the scanner upside-down and placing a straight object (metal ruler?) along the length of the scanner back. If you can see bowing (dipping or a curve down) towards the centrecenter of the back casing, the rail inside is probably bent.
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