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Pictures of my x-rays have reddish colour

Hi, I am a dentist using digital x-rays in my office. For some reason when I print out my x-rays there's a reddish hue to it. Everything else is printing fine. I calibrated the cartriges, printed a test page, cleaned the cartriges. All that tests out fine. My colour cartrige is a little low-looking but I haven't received a low-level warning yet. What else can I try? thanks, Carol

Posted by Carol Weiss Horvath on

  • skisteve Feb 16, 2008

    I have the same problem with my Cannon MP750. Whether I print color or black & white pictures, they all have a strong red tint to it.

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Hi Carol, Are these print jobs being sent from a computer or the Xray machine itself or are you scanning them?

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