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Hp 3070a printer only printing red pink

Hp 3070a printer only printing pink redish shade ,all inks are showing half full

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SOURCE: Everything printing in PINK

Assuming you have successfully eliminated cartridge/print head problems, the only other thing to try is to delete the printer software and reinstall [Start/Printers and faxes -right click on the printer icon click delete- install new printer -Have the software disk and handy or select from list- select maker, select model,] I suspect the problem is still print head/cartridge however

Posted on May 11, 2007

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Inkworks
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SOURCE: Red is printing pink.

have u used this printer quite a bit....? if so the following may be the problem and I just did run across this recently in a printer we had in the shop....I recently read in one of my technical magazines that there may be a design flaw in the placement of the laser scanners and the openings that protect them....it seems that excess toner dust can readily get in to scanner area and specifically inside the scanner assembly and accumalate on the scanner glass and lens. Just cleaning through the opening in the back of the printer will not eliminate the issue. Machine will have to be disassembled, scanner removed and opened and the glass/lens cleaned with a q-tip....the placement of the fan (behind cartridges, lower right) seems to speed this process up and it usually becomes first notable with the magenta cartridge, seeing as it is at the bottom of the printer closest to the fan. Hope this helps..

Inkworks

Posted on May 22, 2008

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SOURCE: Ink Cartridges

If is an original brand? Some generic cartridges or refill ones gave that problem.

Posted on Aug 19, 2008

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SOURCE: copies are coming out pink

Call Kodak Support at 1-800-421-6699. Sounds like your print head. They are excellent and solved my problem with next day supply of new print head and ink cartridges Free. Amazing service and great Kodak 5500 AIO printer.

Good luck.

Joe J

Posted on Aug 22, 2008

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SOURCE: Canon i960 printer won't print in blue

Your problem is the print head. You can buy one from Canon for about $95, or find them new from dealers on Ebay for $60 to $70. For a less expensive fix, try to remove the print head and clean it. (You don't need any tools, just remove the ink tanks and pull the print head forward and out. Over time, the receivers tend to get dry & crusted ink on them. Note that the inks used are fast drying inks to keep your pictures, etc. from smudging after you print them. Try not to use solvent. I use q-tips and hot water, then dry using another q-tip. If this does not work, there are commercial cleaning kits available for about $10. Short of that, your choice is to replace the print head or the printer itself. My i960 prints such good quality color prints and normal color printing, that I would fix it rather than replace the printer. I hope the easy cleaning does it for you!

Posted on Mar 07, 2009

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