Question about Brother MFC 420CN All-In-One InkJet Printer
Is there a way to adjust the color for printing. The pictures I print do not match the color on the computer. The color has more of an orange tone.
There must be a colour adjustemt somewhere. I would look at the printer driver settings first. You might be able to correct the colour balance there.
Posted on Oct 06, 2007
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Controlling Color Density
When colors look faded, adjust the toner color density to extend the life of the components.
Print and use the Color Reference Page 1 In the printer's front panel, scroll to Calibrate Colors,
press Menu and print the Color Reference Page. 2 Compare the Color Reference Page to the Color Density
Samples on page 39. Make a note of the value (-10 to +10) for each color that most closely matches the samples.
3 Adjust the density for each color: Enter the value noted in Step 2 in the Calibrate Colors menu, under Adjust Each Color.
? Decrease color density: Press . ? Increase color density: Press --->.
4 Reprint the Color Reference Page; check your adjustments
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