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Ensure that cartridge are not refilled, then only you do the following process:>Got to printer properties>printing preferences>color>select print in grey scale>apply>OK.. Then check..Reason why its act like this: In printer properties if its selected as print in color, printer mixes colors to create black(which is visible look like dark grey).Select in properties as above said before clicking OK for the print command, then only printer uses mono cartridge..
No, that's not what it means.
If printer heads are not aligned, CMYK colors (Cyan, Magenta, Yellow and blacK - the usual colours in a printer) will not print in the correct place.
Assume a dark grey dot is to be printed. For this C, M and Y colored dots have to be placed exactly on the same spot. But if heads are not aligned, the three color dots will not be exactly in the same place. Therefore you will see Cyan, magenta and Yellow dots adjacent to each other instead of one dark grey dot.
It is always a good idea to align the print heads every time a new cartridge is installed.
The Dark natural is the best choice but when your hair grow they are naturally grey or white, the show a great different that look odd sometimes. Try one tone down in darker shades. Ash grey is a good option if that suits you and your complexsion. If you need further assisstance tell me your complexsion tone.
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I am having the same problem If anyone has an answer or whether judy you have found an answer.
If I do a greyscale strip to print my black is coming out as a dark grey. the bead off of the greyscale strip would appear that the pbk photo black is not actually printing.
This has been a problem for a few months but as I haven't been doing much printing didn't notice it just thought something was odd. Now I look at previous prints and the blacks are black I print it out now and it is a dark dark grey. Nothing has changed in my profiles or my workflow. I have tried hours of profile paper printing option changes and workflow adjustments but nothing changes, If I print 100 percent black from a file it comes out 95% grey I have tried it from three computers to clarify. It appears is a 4800 problem.
Perhaps it is not recognising that it is a PB catridge.
I have no idea.
I have tried adjusting the settings from the printer but there is no option to clarify catridge from the printer.
This is odd, if anyone has any idea.
I wish someone would REALLY solve this, but I've found two (time-consuming!) workarounds:
1) Despite using plain paper, tell it you're using "Matte Photo Paper" (this is necessary in order to...) then set the print quality to the next-to-highest level (default is middle of five quality levels). The doc will print in black as it should, not grey.
2) Instead of the above, use the printer dialogue option to print to a PDF file; then open the pdf and print it. It will print in black, not grey!
For the black and white issue, check the settings and make sure that it isn't set on "sepia". As for the color issue, it is quite possible that you are out of ink. Printers may use more of one color than another depending on what you're printing. Change your color cartridge.
It depends... never use a Reman cart in these machines... only use sharp...especially if the machine is under warranty. Does this happen when, Using the Doc Feeder When making copies from the Glass Or when you print from a computer (assuming you print from a PC) If you print something and this happens then it is inside the machine Probably toner or developer dumping... Take a few pieces of large white paper and cover the entire glass surface... make a copy is the line there? If so see the answer above... if not then close the top and make a copy with no paper on the glass... is that black line there.. If so then your top needs adjustment... One more test If you make a copy using the doc feeder, this black line only occurs when making copies with the doc feed, clean the **** glass, and try again...
Hi,try this: in the printer driver choose imaging and find "color reproduction" button. Just adjust that balck and gray will be printed FROM BLACK TONER ONLY(print black text and graphic from black toner only)