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Help my color is off line how do i put it back online, so my pictures can be clear

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Try aligning the cartridges...go to hp support center...find printer maintenence or the like...click align cartridges, or ssomething of the sort. otherwise, clean ink nozzles...same control panel as above.
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Posted on Apr 08, 2008

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