Question about Canon Office Equipment & Supplies
Check in your printer driver settings "advanced" section, and see what the presets are. if the RGB or CYMK settings have a slider, see if the magenta is set at 100%. If it has a slider, try it at 90%, 80%, etc until you have a less pinkish hue. You can then create a printer profile which will work with the photo paper you are using.
Different photo papers can cause hues like this.
Also, you can remove pink any unpleasant hues with most photo image editors through color correction.
It's possible that you have a contaminated cartridge...especially if it's a refilled tri-color cartridge.
Posted on Dec 09, 2008
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