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Well, when you are out of black ink, that's what it happens.
Pls refill your cartridge or replace with new one.
How you refill? very easy.
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ur cartidge nosel is jammed. get some drop of water on ur finger tip put it on nosel then put the cartidge nosel on newspaper because it is a good absorber it wiil help the ink to come out try for some times if it not work replace ur cartidge...
I would suggest you get a set of original HP cartridges .. I have clients trying to save $ all the time by buying refilled and/or refilling themselves to only go and get HP brand. Refills just don't cut it .. leaks, poor print quality, unrecognized cartridges .. there are so many things that I can point out .. save yourself the hassles .. get HP
Was this happening before you swapped toner? Is there toner streaks on the drum? Yes? Defective. What if you stop the printer (open cover) as it passes through the fuser to determine if image is from drum or fuser? But really....isn't it time to move on anyway???