Your pictures are coming out with a blue tint. Remove the color catridge and look at the bottom of it. the Yellow is probably green. If it isn't, trying performing a printhead cleaning through your home center. After that, calibrate the printer, you may see that on the calibration sheet, that colors are missing. Scan the calibration page and then try your printing your pictures. If that doesn't work, contact kodak tech support, you need a new printhead.
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Set the print quality to normal or best. Clean the printhead Run a calibration. The Kodak EasyShare AiO performs a calibration every time you install or replace a printhead. However, you can run a calibration if you are seeing changes in the image quality. Calibration aligns the printheads and performs a nozzle health check to enable high-quality prints. 1 Load the main tray or photo tray with photo paper. IMPORTANT: If you don't have any photo paper, you can use plain paper, but photo paper is highly recommended for calibrations. 2 Press and hold Photo and Cancel together to make a calibration print. 3 Follow the instructions on the calibration print to calibrate the printer.
I would start addressing the issue by checking the 'properties' setting when printing and making sure that the right type of paper is selected. You can also adjust the quality of printing at this stage and see if setting the quality to a high level will help.
Theres alot of possible reason why you're having those print out. In your case since your complaining about the ink being to wet.. check the paper that ur using is it a photo paper? is it inkjet compatible? did you use the same paper you used before? Possible that your Print Head is defective. Have you tried using the ITG(interavtice troubleshooting Guide) www.kodak.com/go/itg
If that does not work call kodak. 1-800-421-6699. :-P
For this concern try pressing "copy+cancel" for media calibration then try again, make sure you have an A4 paper loaded. If this doesnt help you out try using the Kodak website www.kodak.com/go/itg and use "image quality" for class.