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Photo Printer I tried to print a photo on regular paper and the image was there but came out mostly yellow. What setting do I need to change in order to have a clear picture?

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Sina, Does the photo print good using photo paper? How regular of a paper? Do all other colors have ink? What program are you printing the photo from? Have you tried printing from a different program? Some programs send varying information to printers. If all of the above has been tried...uninstall the printer and download the newest drivers from EPSON and re-install the printer. Good luck Tim

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I need your help please.


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