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Try printing a light stripes test page (Troubleshooting, print quality problems, troubleshooting print quality page).
If you do not appear to have many missing jets but the colours are all just wrong it may be that the ink has gone stale. Run a couple of head cleans and you should see the colours start to improve. If it is getting better, all you can do is keep running head cleans until you have replenished all the ink in the printhead well. This problem is common in situations where a lot of black and white printing is done, with very little colour. Alternatively, it could be that your wiper/cleaning blade is not cleaning the head properlyand is smearing the different coloured inks across the head, or possibly that yourprinthead is leaking colours but I think the first solution should solve your problem. Hope this helps.
I suggest you find a way to align the cartridge. If it contains alignment utility it should give you a better printout. Also check if you have enough ink on your cartridge. Uneven colour usually is due to lack of ink in the cartridge.
The printer driver must be set to print text with the K resin panel. If the text is part of a bitmap image and not a true-type font then it will print from the coloured panels and be dark grey. To create the correct green on the card you need to change the RGB values so it prints correctly but look wrong on the badge design program. Even different printers print the same colour differently.
Not being able to scan properly and improper colors are most often caused by glitches in the software. Try reinstalling your driver with a new updated driver for your machine. Here is a link to the OEM page:http://www.kodak.com/global/en/service/downloads/dln_ekn033540.jhtml?pq-path=9106
This is the all in one driver. Install this and try again and it should fix it. Let me know if it helps.
Have you tried cleaning the laser? Open the front door, on the R/H side there is a green lever, pull this forwards. Next on the R/H side of the printer pull off the small panel, inside is a green handle. Pull this in & out fully a couple of times to clean the laser lens. Hopefully your prints will now be back to normal. If not then there could be a problem with eitherthe black developer or the PCU. Try printing some horizontal coloured bars to see if all of the colours are affected or just the black.
Tried it but didn't work. Colours brighter but blacks are still grey. The only thing that works for me is if I convert whatever I'm printing to a PDF and print from Acrobat. Use settings: plain paper/high quality photograph and then it looks fantastic. Too bad about this glitch because I love the scanner/copier and the ease of using the machine.
hi clean your cartridges clean your cartridge head nozal with the printer software goto to start-> settings->printers and faxes-> select your printer->right click->properties->tools-> find options like clean cart or nozals.
check printer settings for best ,normal,or draft set as best and try. may helpful.