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I have had this problem too. It only happens occasionally, and I have never really sorted it. I have made a test sheet with the same line (including some bold and some italic) copied some 15 times, starting with a 20 point font , and decreasing down to about 8 point (Times New Roman)
Print that a few times and see if any faults are repeated on each sheet. It may just be wear and tear.
Take a dish- put damp tissue in it- if it can a one of the alchohol based cleaning tissue fine. Stand the cart init for 10 minutes. with a similar tissue give the contact sheet a wipe. and if it is flush to the bodty see if it has some give. Reinstall and try
I had removed and reinstalled the empty 3e cartridge. Sorry for the Confusion. I hadn't put a new 3e cartrige in until today. Them I ran " deep clean" twice. The printer works fine. I still don't understand why the printer wouldn't print color, when I was had set the printer to print in color when my 3e cartridge was empty and all colors including the 6 black showed full.
Browns printing pink suggest the blue/yellow jets are clogged or not functioning.
If the uses head in cartridge type[that is with a sheet of contacts on the front of the cartridge- then take then out ,damp a tissue in some warm water an place on a plate or similar - then stand the cartriges in the damp tissue until the tissue turns colour - then replace the cartrdge.
If it is head in the printer
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