Since the three color catrtridges were empty and replaced the 2600N does not calibrate the colors as it should. When printing e.g. purple, the red and blue dots or letters are not in the same position. Forced calibration does not solve the problem. Any suggestions?
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Thanks for questioning, pl don't post shot cut questions,your inputs are more valuable for us to give straight away trouble shooting..>Check all cartridges are fully loaded?>Before any body attempted for trouble shoot?>Are you checked for supply status?> Are you performed color calibration?**** Do color calibration (go to menu,system set up,quality,color calibration,calibrate now)Take supply status print out(go to menu,scroll to reports,scroll to supply status, enter in to for print)check all colors are printed are not? If printer take print out from system or print demo page from printer menu.. check print quality...and color calibration..****Remove supplies.. observe while closing the door right side in the supply bank supply contacts engaging or not.(while closing the front door the 'bios voltage contact leavers' engages with the cartridge contacts for passing the voltage in to the cartridge for charging,see the attached snap shot)if these are broken,no contacts or not properly driving by the mechanism, results no print.. check for these contacts...*** alignment disturbed, its major issue users cannot perform this activity..submit in service center for this major issue.
I think its alignment problem.Press menu button>scroll to system setup & enter>scroll to quality & enter>scroll to calibrate & enter> scroll to calibrate now & enter.. wait till calibrate completes..check print quality..If its not rectified better to send it to service center..
Before processing the elighment, ensure that all cartridges are genuine one. In printer menu >go to 'system setup' enter>"printing quality" enter > "calibrate color"..enter... after completion of the calibration check the quality of print..
Using the REPORTS MENU print the "color supplies status". Make sure everything is good. Select SYSTEM SETUP. Select PRINT QUALITY. Select CALIBRATE COLOR. Select CALIBRATE NOW. Check the Transfer Belt(ETB) which is inside the front door. Make sure that it is free of your "racing stripes". You can use HP TOOLBOX to troubleshoot. You are using HP cartridges???
If the magenta is low the waste bin may be full and that may be causing the problem. If this is the case you need to change the toner. You can try calibrating the printer. You may have to do this 3 times in a row for it to make a difference.
Press Select-check mark button
Use arrows to go to Print Quality Press Select-check mark button
Use arrows to go to Calibrate Color Press Select-check mark button
Use arrows to go to Calibrate Now Press Select-check mark button
Press Select to Confirm Calibrate Now