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My HP office jet pro k5400 series has blobs of ink all over the document, how can i stop this from happening.

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Have you tried replacing the ink catridge? If so, are you using new ink catridges or refurbished/refilled?

Posted on Aug 30, 2010

  • denisepontre Aug 30, 2010

    Yes, I just replaced the cyan cartridge and that is the color that is blob'ed on my printout. The other colors are off as well.

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