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May be two reason for this:

1. The CMYK combination in the Pic not set correct. So edit the photo with some Tool/Software viz. Photoshop.

2. The color cartridge is going to empty, and you need to go for a new one.

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Ellin

Posted on Sep 26, 2008

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