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Wrong color on prints

I am trying to print digital photos from my computer, and I am getting a lot of green in the shadows on the prints, I mean a lot of green. the other colors seem fine, it is in just certain areas of the photos,

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Problem is due to residue ,solution is that u should take the piece of soft cloth and soak it in alcohol and then rub it softly at the colour catrage , if this does not be right then u should change the cartrage

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