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This printer has been working great. Suddenly the browns are printing pink. Black prints fine, red is pink tinged. The ink cartridges all have ink. Thanks.

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  • Anonymous Mar 27, 2014

    printing photos in pink / purple

  • Anonymous Mar 28, 2014

    have replaced all ink wells not printing the correct colour all pink no other colour

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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 Then take a look here www,fixyourownprinter.com

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