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If I copy or scan a solid white sheet of paper, the entire sheet comes out yellow/gold color.  Same way when I copy or scan images, all of the white colored areas in the image is a yellow/gold color.  It shows to have
50%- 60% ink in both cartridges.  
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Don

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Take out the printer heads and clean.

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