When a color graphic is printed from an inkjet printer, the colors are not accurately represented on the page. Which of these would be the most likely cause of this issue?
A) The printer is low on ink
B) The fuser is not working properly
C) The print head is clogged
D) The printer carriage is not aligned properly
E) You’re wearing your sunglasses inside
The answer: A) Ink is low
Since most inkjet printers combine colors together to create the final hues, a low ink cartridge may be throwing off the color calibration of the final output.
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