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HP 6210 Color doesn't work; second new cartridge in two weeks

Won't print color without having to go through cleaning cycles: The color was running out so I replaced cartridge. Color then wouldn't print. Bought second cartridge and after three cleaning cycles, I was able to briefly print in color. I returned an hour later and the color didn't work again. Should I uninstall the software and reinstall? I did try removing the cartridge and cleaning the contacts. It seems to resume color but only after going through a three-iteration cleaning cycle. Any ideas appreciated!

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    I have the exact same problem -- have bought three new color cartridges in the last few weeks. One or two pages will print OK, then nothing. Have tried cleaning the cartridges, etc. Does not resolve the problem.

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Your cartridge is drying very fast if it is hardware ptoblem it means that cartridge parking is missing one of its part.

1. when your printer is off or it not in use their is a printer part of small rubber for covering your cartridge head in your printes cartridge parking thar rubber part is missin in your printer .

you may find it in side your printer it self.

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