My printer wont write, it only prints out the images and colour
My printer wont print out the writting on a page, it will only print out the pictures and lines around the page. I have tried re-installing it and running all the test pages and re allignment, but it wont fix the problem.
I thought I ran out of black but it will print out black on pictures too.
I dont know what else I can do, can you help me?
Re: my printer wont write, it only prints out the images...
Here's the fix for the black not printing...Take the black ink cartridge out and punch a hole in the round dark circle at top right of cartridge with an ice pick or something sharp. Blow in the hole and make sure you have something under it just in case the ink starts dropping. Clean the bottom and put it back in and it should work.
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Have the photo printer run a test/alignment page. Make sure you are not running out of one color. Anytime the image runs heavy on one color typically means another color is empty or low and not blending properly.
You can also check the settings to see if it is printing in Draft/Normal/Best Mode. Depends on the settings and application used to control this. Best uses more ink and of course provides the best image. Photo quality paper if you want the best looking pictures. Printing on standard bond will cause some bleeding and saturate the paper. (Looks feels wet) This will give the image a slight blurring dull look. Depends on the quality of the paper used also. Hope this helps!
The 1000-1500 mark is usually just a guess - it usually assumes no more than 15% coverage of the page. If you are printing out very large pictures (full page images) or are printing lots of a single color (green landscape images), then the ink will run out a LOT sooner.
any stripes are usually caused by imagining unit, first use the tool in front cover to clean laser glasses. inspect IU drums for stripes maybe youll need to change them. is the page coming out ok, but picture is printed crookedly ?