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Hp 9130 printing blue stripes on photos...

All of my ink cartridges are full, and i removed each one and shook them around and replaced them. But my printer is still printing blue stripes and off color for photos..yesterday it worked fine. Any suggestions?

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Hi,

On the control panel, press MENU.

Press (up) or (down) to move to the item you want, and then press (select).

Go to maintainance.

Press - or + to select the value that you want, and then press (select) to save the setting.

If there is no - or + around the setting, the setting cannot be changed.

on the maintainance tab is,
clean heads, align, calibrate, etc..

Hope this helps
Regards.

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