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Hi,

Most likely this could be because of Faulty Printhead/Cartridges in your printer.

If you have replaced Black and still find printing Quality issue, the Printheads need to be cleaned.

My suggestion is to click on the link below and the website is helpful in dealing with all type of Epson printer issues.

Click here -> Printer Issue Troubleshooting

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Suhail

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Try to print again to verify that the print quality has improved.

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Typically you do not have to change the color cartridge when you replace the black cartridge.
As far as the spotty printing, it sounds like you have some clogged nozzles caused by the lower quality of ink in refilled or aftermarket cartridges. There cartridge inks may not be up to specification. This is especially true for the ultra fine printers.
To clear the problem you need to insert an OEM cartridge, run the deep nozzle cleaning utiliity at least twice followed by the alignment utility. This should clear up the problem with the spotty and washed out printout.
Let me know if this solves your problem otherwise we can explore other solutiions. For the record, which printer do you have?
Please rate this solution. Thanks.

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Please try to do a printer head cleaning. You can do it by getting a small earbud and soak it with a small amount of water. Or try to adjust it by doing an alignment. Usually, the printers have this functionality. Please refer to the user manual.

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