[QUOTE=walkerblackwell;12553]Also, from the image of the print uploaded above, it looks like you are printing at 360 or 720 dots per inch. All of this is contributing to the image loss. You need to be printing at 1440 or 2880 dpi.
- …" primed, and reset the cartridge. Then do a power cleaning"
What do you mean by [I]primed[/I]?
I tried to reset with the resetter twice, after red blinking it remains green, no white blinking…
“Power cleaning” means operator initiated cleaning step, apart from the auto cleaning, ok. I think once we did it, well, I will do it once more after 3 hrs.(It is just 5.30 morning here… ( I woke up early to catch up with your working time !)
- " I suggest you reset the cartridge and place it back in. You may have to do this one or two times. It looks like the chip may not be making perfectly aligned contact w/ the ink cartridge sensor."
I did it twice, will do once more. Chip was aligned I think, there was Red blinking, and green blinking too, but NO white blinking (as per the procedure mentioned).
- …it looks like you are printing at 360 or 720 dots per inch. All of this is contributing to the image loss. You need to be printing at 1440 or 2880 dpi.
Hmmm… It looks like, I was NOT aware of this step. I will check it.
NOW, my first concern is it’s coming up to the printing mode.
I hope it is a miner issue, and can overcome with your valuable instructions…