Question about Office Equipment & Supplies
I have 3 MP780 printers and I've never had that problem. I'll try guessing, green color is a combination of Yellow and Cyan (what you call Blue). Do you have all 3 of the Cyan(Blue), Magenta (Pink) and Yellow cartridges in the correct position? This is the simplest possibility that I can think of. If they are and the cartridges where never in the wront position, then let me know if you want to continue further. Because it means someone has to clean the printhead and that takes a little bit of mechanical aptitute and dexterity. Not a lot really actually some basic common sense. The only other possiblity is that you may be using compatible cartridges. Sometimes their inks are really different colors. Hope this helps.
Posted on Nov 17, 2008
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