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Logo prints out blurry

We have recently changed all our ink cartridges, and everything prints ok in black. However our logo which is dark green has a light red outline around it and looks blurry, is this a fuser unit problem?

Can we clean it?

If not is it worth buying a new one considering printer was only £180 new, and where do we buy one from?

Sorry for so many questions

Clare

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It would more likely be the transfer belt then the fuser. Try doing the calibration 3 times in a row and see if that helps.

Press Select (Swoosh)
Use arrows to go to Print Quality
Press Select (Swoosh)
Use arrows to go to Calibrate Color
Press Select (Swoosh)
Use arrows to go to Calibrate Now
Press Select (Swoosh)
Press Select to Confirm Calibrate Now

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