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Color calibration not ok

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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  • DeJudge May 11, 2010

    Please specify wether you replaced toners with HP brand or recycled toners.

  • luv2create May 11, 2010

    Just to clarify, the inks were replaced into the proper positions, correct? i.e. magenta into the magenta spot? This is only a calibration issue correct?

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