Lexmark MX310, MX410, MX51x, & MX61x – Bleed Through Occurs During FTP Scanning of a Duplex Original
|Lexmark MX310||Lexmark MX410||Lexmark MX510|
|Lexmark MX511||Lexmark MX610||Lexmark MX611|
What you will see
When FTP scanning a document with both sides printed (duplex), the reverse side's content becomes visible in an area of the front side where a shade of gray is printed. This print/scan quality issue is also called “Bleed through” (see example below). NOTE: FTP – stands for File Transfer Protocol.
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|Some contents of the reverse side print become visible on the front side as pointed by the red arrows.|
Bleed through can be minimized by adjusting the Background Removal setting when trying to make a copy. To do this, follow the steps below:
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|2||Scroll to the right three times by pressing the right arrow, as indicated in image.|
|3||Press “Advance Imaging.”|
Increase the value of Background Removal by pressing “+”. Then press the check button to apply the settings.
Note: Continue adjusting the Background Removal settings until desired result is achieved.
Still need help?
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