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I had not used my printer for about 5-6 months. A few days ago I bought new cartridges, but the result is unacceptable. Print jobs are pale and as if the mat, the color looks very pale - about 30 - 50% paler than it should be. Is it possibele to correct it myself ? Printer - Canon PIXMA iP1800

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Check your settings on the printer. Is it in "Draft Mode"? If that's not the solution check through the settings of the printer, look for a "Printer head clean" Or "Clean printer head" Something along those lines.

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