Suddenly, when I print, I am getting a very limited spectrum of colors. I am not getting any yellow, green, orange, etc. only shades of blue and red. I have installed new cartridges and the problem persists. Any ideas?
Buy a new printer. I am having the same issue. I have cleaned the ink and the cartridges are pretty new. Deskjet 895Cse is an older model and they are relatively cheap to buy now a days. I will be looking into a different orinter this time though.
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I painted for many years. And now work with photoshop each day. The selected grey was probably in the blue family instead of yellow family. Most interior colors look better if they come from the warm yellow family, including greys. There are greys for every color in the spectrum ... from yellow to red to blue. If you pick a grey with bit of red, it will start to look mauve. Orange and it will look brown. Blues inside the grey will turn purple real quick. Moreover, all colors and finishes are contextual and pick up surrounding colors. Especially satin-or-shiny finishes, because they pick up local colors that change intended hue. For example blue drapes will turn white room bluish. If the house next door is red, and the light comes in window, it will turn white room into pink. Green leaves, and the light from window turn white room green. So when you pick a grey that has bit of blue, the color can change for many reasons beside light bulb. Each room is totally different. Most folks pick colors by looking at color chip in the store, instead of painting a section of wall inside home. And most folks do not ask the paint store clerk which tints are in that particular color. Sometimes the black tint will turn some bases into a bluish hue. Go back to paint store and get another grey color from the yellow spectrum.
Although I am not sure what this has to do with dryers, the color spectrum of a rainbow runs from purple to yellow. The visible spectrum runs from black to white with ultraviolet and infrared beyond the visible spectrum. Purple, violet, blue, red, orange, and yellow are the colors in a rainbow.
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.
Your yellow cartridge is probably not working as your photos suggest. Remove and reinsert the yellow cartridge. Try printing only yellow color. Your printer has a separate head for printing; the nozzle for yellow ink might be clogged. Try running a head cleaning routine from your printer software.
that is because it actualy uses black to make some of the colors. Color ink cartridge does not contain the full spectrum of colors. Printer uses black,red,yellow and blue and mixes these to make all other colors.
There is an option on the monitor to reset colour to factory default. Just bring up the on screen menu by pressing the left most button at the botton. Use the button next to this to highlight the colour settings which I think is the 5th or next to last option down. You will then see the option to reset colour and various other factory default settings. Happy computing