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I expect you have it sorted by now.
I think you might have had one off the developer tanks stuck or broken. If the developer roller does not turn then the colour quickly fades along the page. If you tried to do a test page and that was good then there was nothing wrong with that side of things.
Yes, but that would require some serious dying by hand. This isn't something that would normally be answered in a Sewing machine repair area. But google dharma trading company. depending on the fabric buy fiber reactive (natural plant fibers such as cotton, linen or rayon) or acid dyes (natural fibers such as wool, silk and some man made polyesters) About $5+ a color
If it has lots of colors and you are trying to be frugal you might try permanent markers. Bic has a good artists set under the name of Bic Mark-it.
When you work with either dyes or with markers, be sure to place something between the layers of fabric so you won't get bleed through.
There are two reasons for faded prints. Firstly, faded
print could be due to exhausting toner. If it you have faded prints
even after replacing the toner cartridge or if your current cartridge has
enough toner, it is most likely be
due to dust/ toner dust accumulated at the laser reflecting mirrors inside the printers, which partially blocks laser beams and requires cleaning/ servicing by a professional. Hence, it is recommended that you get the printer checked/ serviced from authorized service center.
the board that is connected to the control switches is going out. and the color fading sounds like something is wearing out. best solution is buy a new one, you can get a cheap one for like 120 to 150 bucks. LCD monitor uses alot less power than a crt monitor. so there are some benefits for this.
Having photographic quality copy prints made will give you far longer life than the original Polaroid. Polaroid colour dyes will shift colours and eventually fade dramatically. New photographic (and some ink jet) prints will last generations without noticeable fading.