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Printing with greenish cast

About 6 months ago this problem arose. Despite going through the maintainance menu, deep cleaning etc, the problem remained. I downloaded a new or updated driver from Canon and this seemed to sort the problem out. Now it has happened again but I am told my driver is up to date.
Where do I go from here? At 74 I am not exactly a rocket scientist!!
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