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It all depends on what colors are on the pages you print. If you have an image that you always print (eg a logo) that uses little yellow then yellow will last a lot longer. If your print out is fine and the colors are fine I would not worry about it.
An error occurred with the yellow printcartridge
drive motor during startup or
A problem with the Yellow Print cart. If you changed it recently try changing it again. If not the cart. then the unit may need a motor or board.
Are you using geninue Microboards new cartidges or refills? If you are using the new Microboards ink carts, then you have a bad cartridge, or possibly a bad batch. Simply call Microboards tech support at 952.556.1639.
Ink suppliesDescriptionHP part number
11 Black Printhead
11 Cyan Printhead
11 Magenta Printhead
11 Yellow Printhead
10 Black Ink Cartridge
82 Cyan Ink Cartridge
82 Magenta Ink Cartridge
82 Yellow Ink Cartridge
alot of printers now if the ink in the cartidge is the first ones placed in the system from the box are those that are only half full if not less depending on the maker but I know HP only fills their cartidges only just under the half way make but the printer sees it as a new cartrige because of the chips programming.
Have you tryed to turn the power of and let is sit for about 5 mins and turn it back on with the same result? (ushally a yellow error light is on)
Also if you can find the settings to only print in black and white on the printers properties that might also work as well for a temp fix.
But ushally once one ink runs out it likes to do that you where correct with the "is it because of the finished color cartidges.." either that or the carts all have finally expired.
Nice printer by the way.
But your best way to do it would be to replace the color carts and if not reasonable to do now there is also a way to reset the color carts so that the printer thinks that there is ink in them as well.
hope this helps you a bit if you need more info please let us know.
make sure that you are using genuine Brother ink cartridges.what is on the lcd screen of the brother machine?if no cart,remove all cart.reinstall them.if there is an error message,sorry,but you have to replaced.and your brother machine does not have a green cart.it only has cyan(blue),mag(red),yellow and black.there is a way of cleaning it though
Try to remove and reinstall the blue and black cartridge and check if you punctured the plastic cap underneath the cartridge itself. then reinstall it and make sure you hear a click or it snaps in. try head cleaning cycle from the utility and print a nozzle check pattern. If same output maybe carts are bad. If that is a genuine epson ink cartridge, call epson and have the ink cartridges replace since they are new ones and for sure epson will send inks since you just bought it. make sure you have date of purchase handy.
pls dont 4get to rate solution if it helps... thanks!!