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Re: Colored text printing
The printer assumes that the color cartridge is good, and is trying to print with the dead color cartridge.
See if there is a setting for your printer under the control panel, printer, and go to printer properties.
See if you can select to print BLACK only.
I know they have this option for some Canon Printers, but not sure with the HP Printer Drivers. Worst case senerio, Highlight all of the text, and change the color to BLACK before printing. You can always just pick up a cheap refilled cartridge at Staples since it wont be used a lot, the quality isnt going to make much difference.
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when the color cartridge has to make black, it uses all three colors. printing blue indicates that the color cart. is getting low on red and yellow. get a new black cart. and a new color, 'cause it' s coming due.
The problem may be from either the settings for the printer or the Inkjet print cartridge for the printer. I will advise that you firstly check the settings of the printer from your computer, then probably change the color cartridge of the printer. Then print a tested page to see whether the problem still occur. Thanks
It you haven´t used your printer for a while It sounds like the yellow has
clogged up in the print head.
Although you have ink you need to print something regularly about every 10
days to keep the tiny jets open
otherwise it´s like trying to pass a camel through the eye of a needle.
So the inks may have clogged up?
The empty weights are 65g C6615A [No. 15] black and 90g C1823A color ink
cartridge anything over that... 1g =
1ml of unused ink.
have the printer preferences been changed accidentally to print in greyscale? Is the cartridge installed correctly? Now and again if the cartridges are opened and not installed straight away the ink dries up in the nossel and clogs the printer head, easily rectified with some cleaning solution. Cartridges also go out of date. hope this helped
Epson 777 will not print. No paper jam. Power light flashing; red error light on steady. Paper does not feed; if paper supply is placed deeper in feed, entire paper supply (about 12 sheets) feeds thru as one sheet normally would , without printing.
Have you tried a new colour cartridge? This is a classic sign that the cartridge may be low on ink. When printing text, assuming you are printing black, it is likely that the black cart is doing most of the work so the gaps are insignificant. You could try printing text in several different colours. If the colour cartridge is low, you'll find that some colours may be ok but others may have gaps.