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Blank while printing black but color ok.

Lexmark Z32 printing colour only and black blank??

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  • paulsonkr Apr 27, 2009

    new black cartridge.

  • Joe Fine May 11, 2010

    Have you tried replacing the black cartridge?

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Have you checked the black cartridge to make sure it's not empty?

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According to this site, Windows 7 drivers are available for the Xerox Docucolor 4CP printer.
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I have a X3350 Lexmark printer. I do not require color printing at any time. How can I print black only using one black cartridge only. The color cartridge is never used.


let the colour cartridge be inside the printer.if its empty then also black will print.but its necessay that the colour cartridge should be in the printer as without the colour cartridsge in the printer the circuit does not gets completed.but the cartridge should be inside the printer if its empty no problem you can just print in black it will print.

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Mono color


These models use a "3 colour" printing process. In other words, these printers do not contain black ink when the BC-05 colour cartridge is installed. To produce black print, a 3 colour printer mixes an equal amount of the three primary colours. This process is known as "composite" black.

As the ink in the cartridge runs out, one of the three primary colours will run out first, depending on the material that has been printed. After one of the three colours has depleted, this colour will be missing from the mixture required to print black, and the print will change colour. This is the indication that the cartridge needs to be replaced. Usually the remaining colours in the cartridge will run out soon afterwards.

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Please do not cartridge positions this may damage ur printer ,check if the cartridge has ink in it..



Windows 20001.gif / XP:

Go to Start, Settings, Printers1.gif. (Windows XP: Start, Control Panel, Printers and Faxes).
Right click on the printer icon and select Properties.
Click Printing Preferences.
Click on the Quality/Copies tab.
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Click Apply and then OK.

This start ur printer to printer to print in colour

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Hi,

For a Lexmark Z32, the different inks are:
#60 - color cartridge (17G0060)
#50 - black (17G0050)
#90 - photo color (12A1990)
#65 - high yield color (16G0065)
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Hope this be of help. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.

Good luck and kind regards.

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Your printer itself is functioning ok, but the colour ink is not coming out. Have you successfully printed with this colour cartridge before or is it new. It could be a dud if it is new. Also, you need to manuallt clean your printhead with solution and cotton buds until no residie left. This should resolve your issue.

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