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Poor color print quality HP Photosmart 2710 all-in-one

Print about three years old having heavy use of printing photos... now the color quality of its print is very poor... will cleaning help and how is the best way on going about this

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Yes..do a clean heads and re calibrate..if you have print manager, it can be done from there.

might be able to get them through this printer driver link

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