Question about HP OfficeJet 7110 All-In-One Thermal Printer
Just replaced both print cartridges for my printer but the print is still coming out in a very faint shade of blue - any ideas as to how to fix it?
Solution: There are a number of steps you can take to solve this problem (in order of easiest & least expensive first).
1. Make sure you have tried printing a nozzle check and you've carried out all the maintenance tasks that the manual alows (align print head, clean print head etc).
2. Your cartridge may be faulty. Ink cartridges that use non-genuine ink are of variable quality and you use them at your own risk. Even genuine cartridges can expire if used after the expiry date. Bad ink can clog your nozzle. It may be that you have a dried-out ink cartridge - try another one if you have one handy.
3. The print head may need cleaning. There are Canon print head cleaning kits available (use Google top right) or you could try doing this yourself - some people have had success immersing the print head (not the cartridge) in cleaning alcohol, warm water or using compressed air to gently blow through the nozzles.
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