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create a doccument with four identical lines of text.
the text should be as follows:
your text in the colour Black, the cyan, then yellow then magentta
see if they print in the colours you used, if they are all wrong then delete all drivers associated with the printer and delete the printer, then follow the install proceedure again to reinstall, if just one colour is wrong the it is most likely a deffective cartridge.
It seems your yellow color is not function correctly. Need to check yellow color feed and its linkage to deliver ink to your paper.
Looks like it almost clog up that cause very light color in your paper.
Again please check completely your color feeds.
If you look at one of the other colors you can see how the toner cart door slides under some plastic to open it. I bet the yellow one is broke. Tape a folded piece of paper to the end of the cartridge. That might hold it down so it will work.
You have to disassemble the printer and clean the prisms inside the black box within the printer. The prism for the red and yellow colors are near the bottom and face up, so they easily collect dust buildup, thereby causing weak or striped printing of these colors.
Press Green Tick, Right, -> System Setup -> Right, Right, -> Print Quality, Right -> Replace Supplies.
Change from stop at out, to override at out.
It'll let you print, and you'll get loads more out of your toner before the pages start to fade.
Take out the drum cartridge (piece with the long green arm) and look down inside the printer for any toner that may be leaking on your pages.
So I understand correctly, you were seeing different color toner on the cyan and yellow rollers?. If so gently clean that side of the roller off. Rotate the white gear on the right side of the toner cartridge back towards you and see if the correct color comes back on the roller. If you were seeing grooves on the roller then they will have to be replaced.
Put the toner cartridges back in and run color calibration. Press menu/select. Right arrow key until you get to engine. Press select. Left arrow key until you get to service. Press select. Right arrow key until you get to color calibration. Press select.
If you wait until the colour has completely run out, you will see a message to that effect, and the correct cartride will be presented. If you wish to change before this:
1. On the
printers' control panel, press the "right" button (labeled no. 3) once and then
the "down" button (labeled no. 4) until you see the RESET MENU.
2. Press the
"right" button (labeled no. 3) once.
3. Press the
"down" button (labeled no. 4) until you see "CHANGE TONER X" appear on the
screen (where X is either C, M, Y or K, Cyan. Magenta, Yellow or Black).
4. Press the
"right" button (labeled no. 3) once. The printer will rotate the toner carousel
to the correct position for you to change.
5. Open the
printer door and change the toner as normal.
I have one right in front of me and can tell you what color each wire is, from top left of plastic wiring port. Black/ green ? Grey/black ? Blue Power Antennae Black Ground Black/white ? Green/black ? Red/green ? Left Lower row Gray/red ? Red Accessory/Ppwer Orange Battery Memory power Green ?