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The red (magneta) color is nearly non-existent. I use an EMac. I have tried the ColorSync option when printing. I have set the utility 'density' to it's max setting. This has been a very good printer. I just can't get enough red.

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First, make sure that the toner cartridges have enough toner. The toners may be exhausted. In case the toners are ok, the printer requires servicing/ cleaning of lenses and mirrors inside the printer.
Please refer here to my earlier solution to this problem, which was very helpful for the users of Color LaserJet 2600 Series Printer.


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