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Colors are not coming out right after changing all of the cartridges

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When we see this issue we see the following three problems...
1) the cartridges were replaced in the incorrect order
2) the head in the printer has been contanimated.
- if the cartridge was placed in the incorrect position by mistake then replaced with the correct cartridge. We usually take out all cartridges. With a cotton swab, soak up the ink in the bottom of when the ink cartridges go. Then replace the cartridges* and do a head cleaning. If this makes the problem start to clear itself up, continuing to print/clean may solve your problem. * Only replace the cartridge if there is no contamination in the bottom of the cartridge. If the colors look off, you will need to replace that cartridge again.
3) the head of the printer has gone bad.

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Click START
Click RUN
Enter notepad dc.html
Enter the text:

<HTML><BODY><H1>

<FONT COLOR="#FF0000"> RED </FONT>
<FONT COLOR="#00FF00"> GREEN </FONT>
<FONT COLOR="#0000FF"> BLUE </FONT>
<FONT COLOR="#FFFF00"> MIX1 </FONT>
<FONT COLOR="#FF00FF"> MIX2 </FONT>
<FONT COLOR="#00FFFF"> MIX3 </FONT>
</H1></BODY></HTML>

Save this file to your "Desktop".
On your "Desktop", double-click the file, to open this web-page.
Verify that the colours are correct.
Print the web-page, and compare the colours to what is on-screen.

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