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Cannot get a good blue colour (CMYK) on Canon CLC 3220 digital printer

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  • abbeypress Oct 23, 2008

    Where is the solution?

  • abbeypress Oct 23, 2008

    Hard to understand solution because of spelling issues
    All cartridges changed on a regular basis


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The page  might not be getting a good  blue  bilitycolor  because of the inavailability  ofhe blue color

the bules may be gtetting finished.

try to get a new cartridge

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Can you do a test page, and report the results here_ also, how old are the printer modules?

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    we are assessing the situation. Can you respond with the test page answer, please..this sort of situation requires a multiple step assessment..

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