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Check the version of AiO software you are using. We had to re-install the Aio Kodak software yesterday because the print que did not register when I changed the ink cartridges. The AiO would scan, but the computer side still thought it was out of ink.
Perhaps the latest software will fix your problem too.
1.Please verify that the ink cartridges are intact and securely inserted into the printhead.
a.Lift the printer access door, then remove the ink cartridges from the printhead
b.Verify that the label on the ink cartridges is intact, and the cartridges are not damaged.
c.Insert the ink cartridges into the printhead, then press down firmly until you hear them click into position.
2.Clean the printhead.
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your computer, open your Kodak AiO Home Center software. b.Click
on the Help (?) button. c.Click
on the Maintenance option. Click
on the Clean Printhead option
3.Print Demo Page.
Press Photo and Copy buttons at the same time for 2-3 seconds or until the printer starts printing then release the buttons.
If issue persists,the printhead on your printer require replacement. Call 1.800.421.6699
Contact Kodak with your problem. The problem is in the print head. Kodak will send you a new print head free, then follow the instructions that are inclosed to change the print head. DO NOT TRY TO CHANGE IT WITHOUT READING THE INSTRUCTIONS. You may damage the new head and they will not replace it a second time for free.
Press copy and photo at the same time and print a demo sheet. Look at the eyes of the two kids in the picture, if they look like zombies, your printhead is clogged. try cleaning the printhead and print the demo again. If it's the same, you need a new printhead. Call Kodak.