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Vertical streaks on printed photos on HP2710 all in one

The problem just showed up when I changed an ink cartridge. About one third of the way in from the left margin there are two vertical stripes. One is pinkish the other is bluish. They run the full length of the photos. I took the cartridge out and put it back in again. No change. Any help??? Thanks

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New cartridges often need a few prints before acting good. Try to clean the heads of the printer also. If the problem consists maybe you need new cartridges.

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