Brain-storm .... simple solution .... REPLACED Magenta Drum.... works as good as usual, but is still and always been out a little - very strange, depending on the stock, if I'm using a 10pt coated stock, color registration has always been a little out ( when the cyan and magenta are being used ((together)) - purple - dark blue etc ...)
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Try to reset your printer it might fixed your problems:
To reset your device do the following steps.
While the printer is on, remove the power cord from the back of the printer, wait 30 seconds, and then plug the power cord into the back of the printer. If the printer is not already on, turn it on by pushing the power button. Try printing again. I think it will help you.
If you loaded the full suite of software that came eith your printer it may give you an estimate of how much ink is left. Most inkjet printers do not have the capability to show exactly how much it left, they calculate remaining ink from the number of pages printed since the ink was installed. Even $15,000 color copiers must calculate the amount of toner left but the complexity of the data the copier looks at gives an extremely close estimate. All of this depends on what percentage of the page is covered. Most toner and ink usage data assumes 5% coverage meaning an 8.5" X 11" page completely filled, excluding margins, with 10 point text. If you are printing pictures, graphics, bold face type, etc... the coverage could be extremely high. Hope this helps. Post if you have more questions and I will be glad to help.
The cartridge needs cleaning. There are several things you can try. Using a wet paper towel, you can wipe the gold portion of the cartridge to try and draw out ink, or you can dunk the entire cartridge in warm water for a couple minutes or so (I have done this with success). The process is more clearly explained here: