My Samsung CLP-300 can't seem to print the colour red. I tried printing out the test page and the window logo was blue, green and yellow. The printer hasn't indicated that the red toner has run out, but I changed to a new one today anyway. The same problem is still happening.
Can anyone please help?????
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This is not a driver or Windows issue, has the ink cartridges been changed recently, it sounds like the the paper is not being magnetically charged before the ink, unplug the power cord for 30 sec plug back in and try printing again
You Tube Video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ipw1RjwzUDg
Shows you the problem & how to fix it. There's a metal blade on the edge of each toner roller which can get clogged with small bits of toner & prevent even distribution. Clean the blade with a lolly stick & put it back together.
I tried this with CLP 320 cartridge - same principle but can be messy because the cartridge is full of toner powder.
You need to take it a couple steps further after your test print. Sounds like your print heads need cleaning or your cartridge may need aligning. It's best to do this each time you install a new cartridge. get more information and help from here .
its not possible till you get that rec colour refilled in your colour cartridge or replace the colour cartridge.so you cannot print black as the printer is not been able to end its cycle as the cycle is getting break at the colour cartridge.its very common problem faced by many users but no other option except replacing or refilling the cartridge.
Per the user manual you should try using manual feed, loading one piece of paper at a time into the try and then following the on screen directions(whould be press the stop button once after paper loaded), find attached a image showing how to set up the manual feed
Go to Start | Control Panel | Printers And Other Hardware | Printers And Faxes. Double-click the icon for your printer to open the Documents window and clear any pending print jobs by selecting Cancel All Documents from the Printer drop-down menu
Try printing a test page from the printer, not from Windows XP.
Most printers have a built-in test function that's activated by holding
down one or more buttons while the printer is starting up. Check your
printer's user manual for instructions. If this page prints
successfully, you know the problem is either with your connection or
with the software in your computer.
Check your printer's USB or parallel connection.
Try printing something simple from Windows' Notepad. To open Notepad, go to Start | All Programs | Accessories | Notepad,
type a few lines of text in a document, and try printing it. If it
successfully prints, the problem is with the software program you
originally tried to print from.
Try printing using Windows XP's generic printer driver. Open and
run the Add Printer Wizard. When you get to the Install Printer
Software screen, select Generic under Manufacturer and Generic/Text Only under Printers (see Figure 2).
Select No for Do You Want To Use This Printer As The Default Printer? (see Figure 3). Click Next.
When prompted on the next screen, tell Windows XP to print a test
page. If the page successfully prints, then you probably have a problem
with your installed printer driver. Either update or reinstall the