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Before processing the elighment, ensure that all cartridges are genuine one. In printer menu >go to 'system setup' enter>"printing quality" enter > "calibrate color"..enter... after completion of the calibration check the quality of print..
Using the REPORTS MENU print the "color supplies status". Make sure everything is good. Select SYSTEM SETUP. Select PRINT QUALITY. Select CALIBRATE COLOR. Select CALIBRATE NOW. Check the Transfer Belt(ETB) which is inside the front door. Make sure that it is free of your "racing stripes". You can use HP TOOLBOX to troubleshoot. You are using HP cartridges???
Is the cartridge an original HP or an inexpensive compatible? The black cartridge could be out of toner. Not a common defect for the Q6000A cartridge though. If it is a poor quality compatible the defect may be the result of a misaligned internal component. Either way replacing the black cartridge should resolve the issue.
nope...... the problem as you rightly poit out is the cartridges, most refills are poor quality and dont last, but the real ones are expensive but very rarely cause issues. If one colour is dodgy the entire colour process fails, print a square of each colour to determine which colour cart is the issue and complain to seller, 99.9% of print quality issues with these HP's is due to non gen toner....not much you can do, expensive is colour printer fullstop.
Try this: '''Cleaning page'' in the menu, 1,2.3 times. The quality of print out getting better.
This solution is temporary, for a few pages in one day. If the printer is used with high intensity, there is necessary to change the Fuser Unit for HP Colour Laserjet 2600/n (200/240v) Part Number: RM1-1821-240CN or Fusing Assembly – RM1-1820(110/120v)
Check this link from HP. The repetitive image "ruler" identifies the source of the repeating image. http://h20000.www2.hp.com/bizsupport/TechSupport/Document.jsp?lang=en&cc=us&taskId=110&prodSeriesId=446153&prodTypeId=18972&prodSeriesId=446153&objectID=c00316826