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    Copies are tilted on this machine and I'm thinking 50-1 may be able to readjust it, might not. I've replaced the cleaning roller and fuser thus far since they were both up there.Prints are fine. At first I thought it was the adf that was the problem (crap in the gears etc) but even the flatbed is copying crooked.noreply@gmail.com_20170925_135635.pdf


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    Re: MX-M354N

    Was that second page copied or the original print?

    After rechecking the .pdf, and with mansart's post, I agree that optics need adjusting. (Was it off the glass or through the doc feeder?)

    Last edited by ZOOTECH; 3 Weeks Ago at 09:55 PM.
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    Re: MX-M354N

    If the second image is a copy of the first......you have some work in optics........looks like mirror assembly has come out of adjust and/or one of the clips that secure the mirrors have come out.


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    Re: MX-M354N

    Terrible thread authoring on my part, apologies. Yes the second page is the "copy" of the first from the flatbed. I'm only mildy scared to adjust the optics since outside of scrapping a machine I havent ever been in there. First time for everything I guess.


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    Re: MX-M354N

    Quote Originally Posted by Ratchet2501 View Post
    Terrible thread authoring on my part, apologies. Yes the second page is the "copy" of the first from the flatbed. I'm only mildy scared to adjust the optics since outside of scrapping a machine I havent ever been in there. First time for everything I guess.
    Hopefully, you have the service manual; just follow the steps, from the beginning, and you should be fine.

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    Re: MX-M354N

    According to the 22-6 tray 1 has almost 1/4 million clicks on the rolls. Verify that it happens from all trays before messing with optics. Make sure you are printing and copying from the same tray when trouble shooting. That is A LOT of skew for an optical issue usually.
    Check feed rolls and paper path as the paper is already skewed when the image is applied.




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