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May be there s some problem with ur ink catridge.. check out..

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My black and white photos will only print out in sepia. I have plenty of ink in the Cartridges of my MP610. Please help?


Two possibilities come to mind:
  1. There is a function in many printers that lets you print in the single colour of your choice. Check every tab and every "advanced..." dialog box you get when you are about to print. Then go to the printer's properties in the control panel and check whether there's anything like that
  2. Many printers let you print black with black ink, OR alternatively make black by mixing the other three colours CMY. Look for that setting in the same places and deactivate it

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My Canon MP610 printer prints black and white photos in sepia. No matter which paper I use, no matter which printer settings I use, Black and White pictures print sepia. How can I fix this please?


Seems like you have a clogged cartridge or you are about out of ink. Try going down to your local Walmart/Office depot/ Target and get a replacement.

Nov 09, 2009 | Canon PIXMA iP4000 InkJet Photo Printer

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When printing a black and white photo, it comes out like sepia


Black ink might be low - So the printer will automatically default to the darkest color available mixed with gray - this can create a sepia effect.

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Printing B&W photos


www.fixyourownprinter.com maybe you can find something here in forum pages

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Color printing


Maybe when you were setting up for grayscale, you went to the "Effects" tab and selected Monochrome with Pink (or Sepia)?

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HP 7550 PhotoSmart Printer prints photos with an unpleasant green hue.


If it's a B&W or sepia photo, and you wanted to print B&W or grayscale anyway, pull the color cartridge (assuming a 2 cartridge system). I did that with my HP DJ 5440 and it works perfectly.

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IP4000 Color Printing Problem


If you have a monochrome option, I would use that.
I'm guessing that your old black and white photo's (which I'm thinking you scanned in may have a sepia tinge which the printer is emphasizing, and if you only want black/white prints, no need to print with colour.

Mar 04, 2008 | Canon PIXMA iP4000 InkJet Photo Printer

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When printing B&W pics, prints in color instead (sepia)


The b&W option from the driver are only applicable to documents. If you wanted to print B&W picture, you need to set it on the program that you are printing from.

Feb 02, 2008 | Epson RX595 Photo All-In-One Printer

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Sepia tone


You need a photo editor program that supports tranformation into sepia.

The easiest free way is to download Picasa 2
(Google Photo Manager)
http://picasa.google.com/

Once loaded you can autoscan you computer for photos....
Its a great manager....

Select the photo
Select the Effects button
Select Sepia

and Print....That Easy...

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