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Posterization (orangeish) when printing skin tones

I am printing nudes, and the skin tones are all posterized with orange lines. I am using Ps CS3, R2400 and Luster paper. I have printed these same prints before with no problem, so what am I missing??? I select the R2400 profile for Luster paper and have tried all the variations...Premium Luster, Premium Luster Photo, Premium Luster Best Photo...what is the difference between these?
Could setting my default printer to the R2400 help? any other suggestions?

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I would try useing cheper Premium paper the paper you are useing dose not like the ink ib your printer

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