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Printer: colour problems

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I've been using my printer for more than three years now. And from that time I haven't experienced any problems with it.

My problem is, whenever I print something, the colour isn't the colour that it was s'pose to be. For example, when I printed a normal document with a black font colour, the colour of the printed text is green. And when I print a picture... it's colours are totally different.

Is this just a problem with my printer configs or is it a problem with my ink cartridge?


Thanks in advance.

Edited by shouranpotter, 28 August 2006 - 07:41 AM.

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Has this started happening after you put in new cartridges? You could try to set the quality setting of the printer to high and see if it makes a difference. Maybe the printer has been set to print on glossy paper?

Just my ideas.
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