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I just replaced the cyan cartridge and I get 4 blue lines that print where they should not be. If I print a blue picture - those line tend to be a lighter blue. I have taken the cartridge out and replaced it with the empty cyan one and no blue lines print. When I put the new one back in, the same thing occurs.

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Obviously you need to return the Cyan cartridge to where you got it. It is bad. Is it OEM Samsung or is it remanufactured. If it is remanufactured then it will usually say "for use in" or "remanufactured" somewhere on the box.
Either way it sounds like you need a replacement cartridge under warranty.

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