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Re: pictures comes out blue, when i try to print with...
Thank you for question. How do you do. Your problem has two ways. The First. Your toners incompatible with other colour.The Second, you threw the end chips what that colour and намудрили, turned out to be that some other colour ended but device does not see. The Following. The Wear-out картриджей different, changed the return of the carrier if you all did on instructions and did not change the blocks independently, nothing be not bad.Sooner whole so. In such device do all exactly.You advise, using проверте presence of the toner themselves in all colour block, test please presence of the toner. Advise you testing on the other cartriges to not to do embedding the money in service, and use one company of the producers тонероа. Such can be if you one colour has fuelled in one company, but another in the following. And it is important, do not change adjusting the plant in манул this is strictly adjusted. Then only in service you will correct any.
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Usually when it does that, it's just the nozzles that are really clogged up on the print head. Even if it does not sound logical, many colors use a bit of red and yellow to get the exact tint. In the many years i've fixed computers i've seen it at least a million times, one of the color nozzles clogs up and prevents that color from coming out, and from what your saying, coming out pink means that it uses only a little bit of red to get the exact tint of blue needed for the photo or image and the blue never comes out. So clean it up with the software that comes with it a few times, if it still won't work then either take the print head our and dunk it for the night in rubbing alcohol, or if you don't feel safe doing that yourself, bring it to your local computer technician and he'll give you an estimate of how much it will cost to fix and you'll see if you prefer bying a new printer or fix this one.
It seems the home position sensor is out of whack or the mylar band behind the print cartridge carriage is missing or broken.
To find the mylar piece look for a clear 6mm x 460mm clear piece of plastic with black markings (like a gradient) on both sides.If you find it you can try and place it back by looking for an extended eyelet on both sides of the stell print carrier.
Most people in haste to change ink have the hand slip and it becomes dislodged.
I was having a similar problem-- what was happening was the print cartridge head seemed to be letting the colors leak into each other. (the science behind this is beyond me!)-- I noticed that instead of being cyan/magenta/yellow, my yellow cartridge had actually turned green, magenta was picking up blue and was turning purple, etc etc. I ended up replacing the printer's printhead and all the color cartridges and then it worked. You can order printheads online. Not sure if this fixes the original reason why they got all mixed up in the first place-- if the printer will continue to allow the print head to leak the colors into each other-- but hopefully that's a fixit!