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I can't print in black and only some in color.

I replaced black printer cartridge with an HP, aligned the printhead, cleaned the printhead and all the other colors have ink. It will not print in black. It prints some very, very light print and near the end there is no print on the paper. It will print some in color. Was working fine and just started this.

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