Why are my prints only printing the reds and blues in photos?
The back ground of my photos come out orange or green. Why are only blues and reds printing correctly? Example: my daughters graduation gown(royal blue) came out perfect; the rest of the photo has a green cast. Another example: husband walking dogs in the snow, red leash, red dog sweater are perfect, and the snow is white. The rest of the images have a greenish/blue tint.
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Re: Why are my prints only printing the reds and blues in...
Please next time put the question in the correct category. I still will try to help you.
If your printer does not tell you any cartridge is empty, and it still does not use that colour it could be the nozzles of one cartridge are blocked. Check this by printing a test page, as told in the user manual. Sometimes called an alignment print.
Then check if all colours appear correct. Looks like yellow is not working correct.
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Providing the images remain OK - Do They?
It is best to ignore the problem, because there is no repair solution.
You could get on the HP Technical Support Team to see what they have to say - this may be a manufacturing fault.
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Seal the blue zipper tightly. Place feeding into inner bag. Seal the ... Ready. When red light is on. • Warming is occurring. When green light is ... light stays on.
Red = ground black = ground Grey/blue = Left rear (+) yellow/black = ignition 12v white/purple = right rear (-) green/black
= (could this be green / violet?) than it is 12v constant blue/red = illumination orange/green = left front (+) white/green = right front (-) blue/white = left front (-) brown/yellow = left rear (tan / yellow) (-) green/orange = right front (+) orange/red = right rear (+) blue = not used
Hello! Since I do not know if your vehicle is equipped with the Standard or Premium System I'll give both sets of wiring...You can identify which system you have by looking at the color of the ground wire...
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Look at the table below: ·1 led- Orange – Service test print 1 times – Orange – Service test print ·2 led – Green – EEPROM information print 2 times – Green – EEPROM information print ·3 led – Orange – EEPROM initialization 3 times – Orange – EEPROM initialization ·4 led – Green – Waste ink counter setting 4 time – Green – Waste ink counter setting ·5 led – Orange – Destination setting (Press Power > Press Resume 3x) 5 times – Orange – Destination setting (Press Power> Press Resume 3x) ·6 led – Green – Print head deep cleaning 6 times – Green – Print head deep cleaning ·11-13 led – Orange, Green, Orange – Return to menu selection ·14 led – Green – Left margin correction 14 times – Green – Left margin correction
Turn off the printer POWER button.
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Okay it is very simple but if you don't know what your doing you should google this info "1999 ford mustang stereo wiring diagram" and something should pop up and you can usually print it out or download usually I print them out.
<FONT COLOR="#FF0000"> RED TEXT </FONT><HR>
<FONT COLOR="#00FF00"> GREEN TEXT </FONT><HR>
<FONT COLOR="#0000FF"> BLUE TEXT </FONT><HR>
<FONT COLOR="#FFFF00"> MIX RED & GREEN INK </FONT><HR>
<FONT COLOR="#FF00FF"> MIX RED & BLUE INK </FONT><HR>
<FONT COLOR="#00FFFF"> MIX GREEN & BLUE INK </FONT><HR>
and see if the printed colors are "true" to what you see on the computer-screen.
The problem can be two fold. Wrong cartridges, or blocked/damaged inkjet openings. Return it to the seller under warranty if its brand new. If it was fitted with non epson cartridges your warranty may be in question.
But I could almost guarantee the black qand the blue cartridges are faulty or their feed jets are
Notice, this is from the 2005 Ford F150 Wiring Harness. Other radios should be the same or very close. From the main 24 wire connector on back of radio (C290A).
Pin 1- Light Green w/Violet stripe - Voltage always
Pin 2- Light Green w/Yellow - Accessory delay relay output
Pin 3- Light Blue w/Red - Instrument illumination
Pin 4- Black - Ground
Pins 5, 6, & 7 - Not used
Pin 8- Orange w/Light Green - Speaker, left front +
Pin 9- Grey w/Light Blue - Speaker, left rear +
Pin 10- Orange w/Red - Speaker, right rear +
Pin 11- White w/Light Green- Speaker, right front +
Pin 12- Dark Green w/Orange- Speaker, right frt -
Pin 13- Black w/Light Green- Ground
Pin 14- Grey w/Black- Vehicle Speed Signal
Pin 15- Red w/Black- Voltage supplied in Start
Pins 16 & 17- Not used
Pin 18- Light Blue w/Red- steering wheel signal
Pin 19- Dark Green w/Orange- steering wheel return
Pin 20- Dark Blue- Parking Aid mute signal
Pin 21- Light Blue w/White- Speaker, left front -
Pin 22- Tan w/Yellow- Speaker, left rear -
Pin 23- Brown w/Pink- Speaker, right rear -
Pin 24- Not used
Not a whole I can do to help. What I can do is refer you to go get a Chilton, or Haynes manual thac voers your Plymouth Voyager. They have schematics with wire colors labeled.You will have a good shot at figuring out which wire is which.