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Printing is very green

Recently, when I print photographs on this printer using HP (semigloss) paper and proper HP photo ink cartridges, all but the top centimetre or so has a strong greenish tinge. Small images are fine and the second print straight after is all greenish. I tried changing the colour cartridge but it didn't help. I did recently install a revised driver from Windows update.

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I would suggest that you clean the carriage assembly with a q-tip and at least 90% solution of isopropyl alcohol. Then I would check the carriage rest area, using a clean paper towel carefully soak up any excess ink there. Then check the paper path from start to end and make sure that there is no paper pieces.

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now I have used another 2 inks of this..one has printed 48 photos and the second printed 81 photos and still in use.

I got a tip from hp life chat support. they told me to buy the longest expiry date ink which means the ink expire date will last 1 year or 2. I bought an ink that will expire at aug-2009 which I'm still using it until now and another june-2008 which only printed 48.

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if you edit your photos in the PC, don't forget to set the resolution of the photo at 600dpi or 300dpi. to know more about the resolution search the net for (PPI & DPI). once you understand them you will know that you didn't ever get a perfect photo. now when I compare the best photo before this method and after, I realized that I was a ****** who wasted money on papers like premium and lost quality of 400 photos I printed by not setting the resolution of the photo which is the same as the printer.

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