HPPSC 1315 --has purple pink tones--cannot get oranges yellow-red
Changed the color cartridge, and settings--still no luck. no matter what I do, the hue is blue-magenta--pinkish--cannot get orange or yellow tones.
windows xp, office 2000, dell dimension 2350 computer.
Maybe a corrupt software driver, try updated software from the HP web site. Also it could be the electrical connections to the printer cartridges. Remove the cartridges & clean the gold or silver contacts with a pencil eraser. Be gentle & don't touch the contacts with you fingers, as it leaves an oil film & causes contact problems. Rgds,
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the standard values for the poker chip colors are as follows White, $1 Yellow, $2 Red, $5 Blue, $10 Grey, $20 Green, $25 sometimes green is also used as a $20 value Orange, $50 Black, $100 Pink, $250 Purple, $500 Burgundy, $1000 Light Blue, $2000 Brown, $5000
Radio 12v blue + radio harness
Radio Ground (chassis)
Radio Ignition pink + radio harness
Radio Illumination yellow/red + radio harness
Factory Amp Turn-on blue/white or pink + radio harness
Power Antenna N/A
LF Speaker +/- purple - green/yellow +,- radio harness or amp under rear deck
RF Speaker +/- brown - brown/white +,- radio harness or amp under rear deck
LR Speaker +/- orange - black/pink +,- radio harness
Notes: On vehicles with premium audio systems, the LR speaker wires are yellow/green - white/orange.
RR Speaker +/- gray - gray/red +,- radio harness
Notes: On vehicles with premium audio systems, the RR speaker wires are red/black - gray/blue.
This is a common problem with this model of printer. The scanner optic degeneration is due to dust buildup on mirrors and lenses. Since the most vulnerable mirror reflects its laser beam to the magenta and yellow toner cartridges, red tones are the first to show fading. Colors shift: purples turn blue and oranges turn yellow. The printer optics will need to be cleaned by a compliant technician to resolve this issue as it means dismantling your printer and cleaning the mirrors and lenses in the optic section to fix the problem.
6" x 8" Doors
Left Front (+)
Left Front (-)
Right Front (+)
Right Front (-)
6" x 8" Rear Corners
Left Rear (+)
Left Rear (-)
Right Rear (+)
Right Rear (-)
Hello! Since I do not know if your vehicle is equipped with the Standard or Premium System I'll give both sets of wiring...You can identify which system you have by looking at the color of the ground wire...
I'm not sure what year you have but this color code works for 87-93 mustangs.
Light Green / Yellow - Hot at all times (Fuse 8) Yellow / Black - Hot in ACC or Run (Fuse 11) Light Brown / Red - Goes to instrument panel dimming rheostat (Fuse 4) Red - Ground White / Purple - Hot in ACC or Run (Fuse 11)
White / Light Green - (+) Right Instrument Panel & Door Speaker Dark Green / Orange - (-) Right Instrument Panel & Door Speaker Brown / Pink - (+) Right Rear Speaker Pink / Light Brown - (-) Right Rear Speaker Pink / Light Green - (+) Left Rear Speaker Tan / Yellow - (-) Left Rear Speaker Light Brown / White - (+) Left Instrument Panel & Door Speaker Orange / Light Green - (-) Left Instrument Panel & Door Speaker
Hope this helps.
glad you posted what colors you do have , cause 2 resources didn't match ,actually 3 , i did find a match to your colors was a 97 year model premium radio, so we have a match .....
black/ light green = ground dark green = left front spkr + purple = right front spkr + blue/white = right rear spkr - brown/blue = left rear spkr - brown/yellow = left rear spkr + blue/orange = right rear spkr + black/yellow = park lamps brown/red = left front spkr - orange = dimmer signal pink = fused battery + green/red = radio choke relay red/white = fused ignition blue/red = right front spkr -
Just to confirm pls: 1. the new print cartridges are original HP inks; 2. you have remove the bright pink tape from the ink cartridges; 3. the black is on the right side and the color is on the left side.
You can try removing both cartridges and clean the gold colored contacts where the pink tape was. Pls do the same to the mate pins in the cartridge holder in the printer.
Try again. If this does not be corrective, you may need to change inks again.
Hope this be of help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.
Not a whole I can do to help. What I can do is refer you to go get a Chilton, or Haynes manual thac voers your Plymouth Voyager. They have schematics with wire colors labeled.You will have a good shot at figuring out which wire is which.