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Not printing all text

When i try to print from my computer it will only print what is in blue text,and the ink is not telling me its empty!

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  • carol harper May 31, 2007

    took it to the shop and it needs a new printhead

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Just replace the ink, even if it looks full and make sure that you are using genuine ink

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