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First try adjusting (lowering down) resolution. If the problem happens only on photos, then it can be related to settings, or even to the printer features, depending on the printer model.
If the problem is new, and the printer was printing OK before, then the printhead nozzles are starting to get clogged. You can try to correct the problem removing the print head and soaking it into cleaning solution for one or two days, or replacing the printhead.
If problem happened from start, then try printing at lower resolution and adjusting settings.
Posted on Nov 12, 2010
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