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When printing black, the first page comes out in clear black, however subsequent pages are printed in red. In doing a second document the same thing occurs.

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Be sure to update your printer drivers with the newest (correct) manufacturer's drivers.

Also, make sure when you print a document you are printing in greyscale. Otherwise, you're wasting your color cartridge. Speaking of which I would try another set of cartridges, and aligning them using the software that came with your printer. Your color cartridge could be malfunctioning.

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  1. Make sure plain paper is loaded into the In Tray.



  2. To perform the first level cartridge cleaning is a spit and wipe, press and hold the Power button while pressing the Cancel button twice, then release the Power button. The printer will generate a series of noises as it performs the cleaning.


  3. Print a test page from the computer.


  4. Once the cleaning has completed and the test page has printed, examine the test page. If the print is not clear and/or there are lines in the color bars, continue to Step 5.If the print quality is acceptable, disregard the subsequent steps.


  5. To perform a second level cartridge cleaning, press and hold the Power button while pressing the Cancel button twice. Release the Power button and press the Resume button. The printer will generate a series of noises as it performs the cleaning.


  6. Print a test page from the computer.


  7. Once the cartridge cleaning has completed and the test page has printed, examine the test page. If the print is not clear and/or there are lines in the color bars, continue to Step 8.If the print quality is acceptable disregard the subsequent steps.


  8. To perform a super clean, press and hold the Power button while pressing the Cancel button twice. Press the Resume button twice then release the Power button. The printer will generate a series of noises.


  9. Print a test page from the computer.


  10. Once the super clean has the completed and the test page has printed, examine the test page. If the print is not clear and/or there are lines in the color bars, continue to Step 11. If the print quality is acceptable disregard the subsequent step.


  11. To perform a pen nozzle test, press and hold the Power button while pressing the Cancel button eight times. Press the Resume button four times then release the Power button. The printer will generate a series of noises then print a page displaying a test pattern. If there are gaps in the printouts the cartridge(s) may need to be replaced.

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Have you checked the print que
Printer problems can be a real hassle.
From time to time, due to document layout or settings on your computer, in your software of choice, or even on your printer, a blank page may get "printed" with the rest of your document.
Fortunately, this issue is a simple one to troubleshoot.
Click "Print Preview" when you are finished with your document and ready to print.
Observe your document.
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To delete the second page, close Print Preview, go back into the document and eliminate any blank lines in your documents that you may not need.
You may also find an inadvertent page break at the end of your document.
Place your cursor on its symbol and delete it.
Locate the symbol by clicking on the Show Formatting paragraph icon in the toolbar.


Circumvent this "ghost page" if you do not see a second (or additional) blank page in Print Preview.

Specify the number of pages you wish to print, within the Print dialogue box.
This is typically done by selecting the "Print From" option, then entering the page numbers desired.
If your document happens to be ten pages (without, of course, that final blank page), then enter in the "Print From" field the numbers "1-10".
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