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Printing light blue will full ink

I have a HP 1350, I just changed both of the ink cartridges, but it is still printing a very faint light blue with faded lines.. any ideas?

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Its either the catridge head is bad or yr new ink isnt too good although its new it still can go bad. now try using menthylated spirit sucked in a tooth brush thats not too hard . use it to clean the inside of the cartridge head. that is those spots inside. cos atimes dirty could cause such problems. so try it out.
hope this helps
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