Despite whatever I do re the setting both in Pshop and the printer dialogue boxes every print produces a yellowish tinted image. I have printed out test pages and all the heads and colours are OK. Haven't a clue where to go next.
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You probably haven't calibrated your monitor to show the correct colours, so in whatever photo programme you're using, you're setting the red tones too high. Test this by first not calibrating your monitor, but turning down all the red tone until it looks washed out. Print this and see if it's better. If so, set your monitor to a cooler colour temperature. If the result is no better, check your print dialogue settings to make sure you are using an appropriate colour profile. And, for example, if you're using Photoshop, tick 'let Photoshop manage colours' in the advanced profile settings box. Hope this helps. I doubt there's anything wrong with the printer.
Go in the printer section under Control panel.
Right click Epson 10000 icon, than Properties.
Go to Ports.
Click the port it is using.
Protocol must be LPR
Queue name under LPR settings: type: print (small letters)
Check LPR counting enabled box.
Try. It should work.
Could you scan one of your cards and insert the image in your reply?
Just a dummy card will do. It helps to be able to see the problem.
Which application are you printing the badges from?
The image position is only for very small 'fine tuning' adjustments to the card start and end positions.