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Try to clean the printer nozzles.. there is some excess ink on it..

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Why are my prints only printing the reds and blues in photos?


Please next time put the question in the correct category. I still will try to help you.
If your printer does not tell you any cartridge is empty, and it still does not use that colour it could be the nozzles of one cartridge are blocked. Check this by printing a test page, as told in the user manual. Sometimes called an alignment print.
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Often "grayscale" is achieved by mixing some of your colors (CYM) to form composite black and gray - not necessarily just black from your black cartridge. Often there is some yellow used beneath the black -- so if you are getting a red or blue tint, it could mean something as simple as being low on yellow ink.

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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.

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What do you have the white balance set to? What happens if you change to another setting?

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When we print a coloured picture, dark colours are orangy red. Can we adjust anything to solve this problem?


If there are no issues with the head it is possible to correct the tint inthe printer. Open printer properties and select the tint settings.
make a test print after you have set and see if there is any change.
If no there can be issues with the head or the ink colours.

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Use the software on the CD that came with printer, to run a "head-cleaning" cycle -- the ink is not getting from the ink-cartridges, through the ink-jets, onto the paper.

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Please try this: go to Control Panel, then Printers. Right click on your printer and choose Properties. There should be a Colour Management tab. Click on this. There should be two options: Automatic or Manual. If the Manual radio button is already selected, click the Automatic radio button. The best default Colour Profile to suit your printer should then automatically be chosen.

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Just replace the non genuine inks with proper Canon ones and then do about 4 full cleans, that should fix it. If not you will have to replace the printhead, which is usually caused by using non genuine ink. Good luck

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