Question about Kodak Office Equipment & Supplies
Colour not printing properly
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
you need to clean the printhead
Calibrate the printer (Scan + Cancel)At the same time for 5 seconds
Do a demo page ( Scan + Copy )
And go to the website :
And download the latest version of the firmware
your all set after
Visit also the website
for the troubeshooting guide
Posted on Mar 25, 2009
you need to use the head cleaning tool in the printer properties, youll
need to keep running it untill it runs clear and it uses alot of your
ink while it does it.
youll find the cleaning option if you go to your
start/settings/printers and faxes, right click on your printer and go to printer preferences then maintinence
Posted on May 08, 2009
Time to call kodak @ 1800 421 6699 and they will replace the printhead for you free of cost.
Do not worry, it will resolve the issue and the printheads of kodak have been lasting longer nowadays as the technology has been improved.All the best.
Posted on Sep 21, 2009
Yes sounds to me like one of your ink cartridge is empty. Replace and try again.
Posted on Jul 26, 2010
Testimonial: "Hi - the printer was caput - had to be replaced. Thank you for help."
I had the same problem and I got it to work. I have Windows Vista and Microsoft Office 2007 on my computer. Here's what I did...
Go to "Start" then "Control Panel".
-Click on "Programs and Features".
-Scroll down to Microsoft Office Home and Student 2007 - click on that and then click on the "Change" link above.
-A box will pop up, click on "Add or Remove Features" and then click "Continue".
-Click on the "+" next to "Office Tools"
-Click on the "+" next to "Microsoft Office Document Imaging"
-Click on the down arrow next to "Scanning, OCR and Indexing..."
-Then, click on "Run from my Computer"
-Next click on "Continue" at the bottom of the dialogue box and your configuration process should begin
Once completed go to the start menu and type in "Scan" into the search box. Go to "Microsoft Office Document Scanning" Once there, plug your scanner into you computer, chose what color you want your scan to be in, and click on the picture of the scanner to the right. To make my scans clear, I had to click on "Scanner..." and chose KODAK ESP AiO as my scanner even though I have a KODAK ESP-3 printer/scanner.
I hope these instructions weren't too confusing and I hope this helps some of you out! My scanner was causing me a lot of frustration for a while!
Posted on Jan 21, 2011
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