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RICOH IS330DC SCANS 10 PAGES OK AND THE REST BLACK...WHAT PART COULD IT NEED AND WHERE TO GE IT.. THANKS

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  • BECKY LEPERA Sep 02, 2010

    I did not say blank...I said the Ricoh IS330 is a scanner and after scanning 10 pages the rest come in "BLACK"...They scan black...Nothing to do with printing

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NO its not like that,
I think you should do a complet cleanup and this will help you to fix the problem.
Or
Try to uninstall and reinstall the driver software.

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Hello,

I think the color ink in your printer is low or finished, that is why the print out are in black, i will advice you replace the color ink cartridge, in other to keep you moving.
You can get the color ink cartridge at either at amazon.com or ebay.com.

Take care.

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