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Colour is wrong

I just purchased a Kodak 5500 all-in-one printer, read the instructionsand set it up as per the guide. I ran the tests they suggestedand everything seemed fine. The next day I printed a textdocument and the hyperlinks that should have been blue were pink. My old printer used to do that when the colour cartridge was out ofink. Is there a chance that the colour cartridge isdefective? They only sent me one cartridge so I do not haveanother to try.

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Re: Colour is wrong

Yes seen new color cartidges bad. Machine new should be under guaranteed also if cartridge does not work...

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