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2 Open the Dell Printer Solution Center on the computer. Click "Start," located in the bottom left corner of your computer. Select "Programs" from the menu displayed. Click "Dell printers." Click "Dell AIO Printer A920" and then click "Dell Printer Solution Center" to open the Dell Printer Solution Center.
3 Click on the "Maintenance" tab and select the option that says, "Clean to fix horizontal streaks."
4 Click "Print." This will print a nozzle print page, which forces ink through all of the nozzles to clean and unclog them.
5 Print a regular document again to see if the print quality has improved. Repeat the cycle up to two more times to improve printing quality.
You have to install the printer drivers. Click here to download the driver for DELL A920. Select the driver file according to your Operating System (e.g. Windows XP). After downloading the file, just double click it and follow the on-screen instruction. This will install the printer and you would be able to print.
My wife just had the same proiblem today with the same cartridge carriage. Target's has a Lexmark (which makes this Dell) for $49 which is probabpy better than trying to repair. FYI the ink cartridges for the Dell will not fit the Lexmark.