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Not getting a full spectrum of color

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?

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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.

Posted on Sep 14, 2008

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