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My printed material comes out printed green instead of ablack. How do I fix that? lmpimpleton

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Sounds like your black is being printed by your color cartridge. That happens sometimes depending on what else is on the page. Try cleaning your nozzles, or if the ink is low, replacing the cartridge.

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