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This is because the colour catridge might have finished.
for black and whicte printing you have separate catridge.colour catrige is a tri colour catridge which contains three colous in it.The blue colour might have finished. So please change your colour catrige and it wil ok.
Sherry, in all probability it is the "scanner assembly" HP can fix this for $279 in the US using HP Express exchange 1 day ship, this was the result of their active chat. I am having the same problem and am going to dismantle the printer myself to see if I can't clean the scanner mirror myself. If you search the following words on google you will find some info, fading red tones laser jet 2605, one of the first results is a page on the HP site specifically on laserjet printers. I wish I had a quick fix that would help; however, a new cartridge won't help!
Well, first off, are you using OEM or compatible cartridges? Compatibles are OK, just as long as they weren't rebuilt just by refilling. Secondly, you may want to check in the "Print Quailty" menu; here you will find info on increasing and decreasing the print density. Do you observe light printing over the entire page or just ceratin areas? How about certain colors? More to follow...............