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Colors dont match screen

Laserjet 2600n on all print settings manual and auto greys print with red tinge - tried new drivers still not printing correctly - have a 5600 connected to same computer that prints screen colors exactly - dazed adn confused

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Re: colors dont match screen

Can u tell me how old this printer is,when u got it service maintance last time,u better try to calibrate it

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