If your printouts have incorrect colors, try these
- Make sure
the paper type setting matches the paper you loaded.
- Make sure
the Grayscale setting is not
selected in your printer software.
- If you
selected Standard-Vivid (Windows) or
Normal-Vivid (Mac) as the quality
setting in the printer software, try selecting Standard (Windows) or Normal (Mac) instead.
- Run a nozzle
check to see if any of the print head nozzles are clogged. Then
clean the print head, if necessary.
- The ink
packs may be old, and you may need to replace them.
- After you
print, the colors in your printout need time to set as the ink
dries. During this time, the colors may look different than you
expect. To speed up drying time, do not stack your printouts on top
of each other.
- Your printed
colors can never exactly match your on-screen colors. However, you
can use a color management system to get as close as possible. Try
using the color management options in your printer software.
- Try turning
off the PhotoEnhance setting in
- For best
results, use genuine Epson paper.
- If you are using the Windows PostScript printer software, try
adjusting the Color Mode setting on
the Advanced tab of the printer software.