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Pink copies My last two color ink cartridges keep printing out pink. What does this mean?

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Hi,


Most printers is run by 4 colors black and the colored is basically yellow red blue. (or may called it magenta cyan etc)

1. One of you colored ink runs out that why you cant make any colored.
2. Or one of the basic color might be clog up, dry or simply empty.
3. you need all the 3 colors to make all the colors available.

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good luck

Posted on Apr 08, 2008

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