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This might have to do with the print settings you have on the computer.
Goto Control Panel - printers, then right click on your printer and goto properties and from there print a "test page". If the test page shows the colors fine then its a settings problem, you will have to check that. Also you can try is to re-install the printer drivers.
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When you go to print on your settings select print in black only. Did you buy Brother ink? Having old cartridges refilled or buying generic can pose a problem. I remember correctly brothers have a chip on the ink cartridge? I have gone through so many printers and its really not worth going any further, seems as though you have put sometime and effort in to this 100$ printer. Take 100$ & buy a kodak easy share all in one the ink is 15$ brand new.