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I have recently changed all of my ink cartridges, but whenever I print a document, the only thing that appears are a few faded lines. I tried cleaning the nozzles, but it's made no difference..any suggestions as to what's going on?

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If you bough new cartridges then that thing shouldn't happen unless the ink dried. I suggest you take the cartridges back.

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