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When printing the output is faint but I have just replaced the ink so not sure why this is the case?

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Check your printer settings and ensure that the printer is not in economy/fast print mode.

Also test different cartridges.

If you still get the problem , then you may have a faulty printer head.
Try using the built in procedure to do head cleaning. If that does not work, the printhead must be removed and cleaned in isopropyl alcohol solution, or replaced.

Posted on Jul 29, 2009

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Hello ,

you need to clean the print head ..

thank you ..

Posted on Jul 29, 2009

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