Hi there...Please Help! I am exhausted with this problem! I have replaced my cartridges and have done all the necessary test, like: alignment, clean etc....The document calls for RED in some places....the printer is bypassing this and printing PINK (CYAN)..I think? Instead of THE RED!
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1515n - I have the Magenta colour 'shadowing' the blue test. A mirror image of the blue text. [slightly staggered] Black is fine. Applies to all Word docs when printing in blue - can you help please? I only use genuine cartridges. Thanks Jules Radstock
the colour catridge has nothing to do with the black and white print out if it is a text document. please check you have placed the black catridge propely and in correct positon. and try printing out the pages
laser Printer shows a message and do not prints any document. When i
try to print any document. My printer shows a message "Toner Exhausted,
Replace Toner". Plz tell me how can i solve my this printer's solution.
It will tell you the colour is low, regardless of the format in which you are printing. I don't believe Canon provide a way for you to disable this for their printer range, so you'll need to put in the new colour cartridge to get rid of this error. (you should however, be able to print whilst receiving this message)