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It may be your printer head that needs to be flashed. if you have not use the printer in a wile, the ink drys out and clog up the nozels. Do printer head cleaning, if not work, use paper towel with a little warm water, press the printer head on it.
(make sure you have the printer turned off) otherwise it might print another page if you have multiple prints in the queue you will have to open a file that you are about to print click ok a page will open with a display print queue tab you can see all prints right click on the ones you don't need select cancel hope this helps
This solution is unconventional but it worked for me. The black roller on my MFC had irregularities on it and was creating horrible printouts. I pulled out the drum and cartridge and cleaned the large black roller. I used furniture polish to make the roller very smooth. Now it prints really nice.
The print head is a part of the printer itself and unlike other printers, you cannot remove it or
soak it without ruining your printer. So just try the print head cleaning option and perhaps replace cartridges, especially if you are using a third party or refilled
cartridge which can clog even if it is full.
Are the settings in the print driver set to the highest quality setting? If so, this will slow the print speed down tremendously. Try changing the default settings in the print driver to a lower quality (or resolution) setting.
You need to start the ink cartridge changing procedure over. Try unplugging the machine for a few minutes.(from the wall and the computer) Then try the ink change over...If that doesn't work don't waste time. Download and install the latest drivers for your printer. Uninstall then reinstall with newer drivers.
Let me know what happens.