Question about Canon PIXMA iP4000 InkJet Photo Printer
I need to print some old black and white photos. During the printing, I got a message to replace the yellow cartridge. I did that, and now the prints look almost orange. No other cartridges have been replaced. Any ideas?
If you have a monochrome option, I would use that.
I'm guessing that your old black and white photo's (which I'm thinking you scanned in may have a sepia tinge which the printer is emphasizing, and if you only want black/white prints, no need to print with colour.
Posted on Mar 04, 2008
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