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Yellow ink is not printing properly

My photos are not coming out with proper color. WHen I ran the diagnostic (a few times) the yellow printed unevenly. What can I do

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If your yellow cartridge is not fully low ..or have enough ink to print ..no need to replace ..
just run a maintanance .page on it..go to your printer panel select maintenance..and choose clean printhead..
to clean the nozzles of the printhead..
and also try wipe it on a wet cloth to remove the clogs..that cover the nozzles..

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Posted on May 20, 2009

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I think your cartige yellow ink had finished or dried up what u can do is refill yellow ink or dip cartige into hot water.... and clean it nicely it works

Posted on May 20, 2009

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