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NO YELLOW ON MAGENTA ON PRINTOUT

I HAVE REPLACED YELLOW AND MAGENTA TONER AND INSTALLED NEW TRANSFER BELT.
STILL NO YELLOW OR MAGENTA ON PRINTOUT.
WHEN PRINTING TROUBLESHOOTING PADE ON SOLID CLOUR THERE IS NO YELOW AND MAGENTA SLIGHTLY THERE
ANY IDEAS?

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