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This is the problem of cartridge mostly. You may need to replace the cartridges. Check the cartridges and make sure that the cartridges are not blank or not get the ink dry. Clean the printing head 2-3 times. Align the cartridges and clean the nozzles also.
Reset your printer and remove all pending print job.
If it doesn't solve your problem then replace the cartridges.
Select EconoFast or Draft as the print quality setting in the printer properties. This will prevent the color cartridge from being used.
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Try another color cartridge. The color cartridge is used to print grayscale images in Normal or Best print modes, so if one color has run out, the printout will have the wrong tint. With a full color cartridge, the colors can be properly combined to create a composite black.
When printing with Normal or Best as the print quality setting, the HP Deskjet 710C or 720C or 722C series printer will use the color ink to improve print quality output, even when printing a grayscale image.
1cartrige seal tape is still on the yellow cartrige
2 not seated correctly
3 EMPTY ?
4 dried up cartridge nozzle
Run internal printer test on ICON in your PC should allow you to interact with print to see test results they can clean thier own nozzle
++Right click on printer icon see properties then go seek the test printer options
How long ago was it since you last used it? Inkjet and deskjet printers don't like to sit more than a week or two without you printing anything or they dry up. Your cartridges may have dried up on the bottom or the part that the cartridge sits in may have dried up. Take a Q-tip dipped in isopropyl alcohol and dab it a few times. Make sure it's totally try before putting your cartridge back in.
Hello, this is Harry from www.BusinessSpread.co.uk.
We had the exact same problem when printing, we used 3 different 78 colour ink cartages and they all said 100% full but did not work. We then had a look at the dates on the box and they were all expired so when buying ink from anywhere even PC world or Curry’s always look at the expiry date.
Today I went to PC world and purchased a new 78 ink which said expires July 2011 and it works perfectly fine.
Try cleaning the head of the cartrige with alcohol and a Q-tip, if this doesn't help you may have to buy a new one. Cartriges can dry up if they haven't been used for a while. Even though you refilled it, there could be some dry ink stuck in the head. Hold the Qtip with alcohol on the head for a bit and let it dry, reinstall it and then try printing again.