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All-in-One Printer
print copy scan fax
User Guide

Summary of Contents

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    All-in-One Printer print copy scan fax User Guide...

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    © Eastman Kodak Company, 2008 Kodak is a trademark of Eastman Kodak Company. The Bluetooth® word mark and logos are owned by the Bluetooth SIG, Inc., and any use of such marks is under license. ©1989-2007 I.R.I.S. (Image Recognition Integrated Systems), All Rights Reserved...

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    Receiving faxes automatically ........67 Manually receiving faxes .

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    User guide on the CD is obsolete ........89 Wrong paper size .

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  • Page 9: Getting Help, Help Menu

    Getting Help This user guide helps you learn to operate your All-in-One printer from the control panel. Kodak also provides online help in the Home Center software installed when you set up your printer, and helpful information about common tasks from the LCD display on the printer control panel.

  • Page 10: Getting Answers To Frequently-asked Questions, Contacting Kodak Customer Service & Support, Support At Kodak.com

    Getting Help Getting answers to frequently-asked questions See “Troubleshooting” on page 83 for help resolving a number of issues about printing, copying, scanning, and configuring the wireless service on your printer. Contacting Kodak Customer Service & Support Kodak provides several resources to help you answer questions about your printer.

  • Page 11: Telephone Customer Support

    23 16 21 33 Peru 0 80053679 Poland 00800-4411625 Portugal 021-415-4125 Spain 91-7497653 Sweden 08 587 704 21 Switzerland 01 838 53 51 United Kingdom 0870-243 0270 United States 1 800 421 6699 Venezuela 0800-1008820 Kodak ESP 9 Printer User Guide...

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    Getting Help Kodak ESP 9 Printer User Guide...

  • Page 13: Printer Overview, All-in-one Printer Features

    USB flash (“thumb”) drives, and Kodak Bluetooth USB 2.0 adapters (“dongles”) • A client USB device port on the back of the printer, for connecting the printer to host Windows or Macintosh computers • Energy-saving low power mode •...

  • Page 14: Major Components Of The Esp 9 All-in-one Printer

    A Fax modem • A telephone jack Major components of the ESP 9 All-in-One printer The graphics below show the main components of the printer.The legend describing the parts shown in the images is in the table below. Number Component name...

  • Page 15: Support For Connecting Digital Memory Devices To The Printer, Memory Card Slots

    Connect only one external memory device to your printer at a time. If both memory card slots, or any memory card slot and the host USB port have a device connected to them simultaneously, the printer cannot access the photos or documents contained on any of them.

  • Page 16: Memory Cards Supported, Usb Host Port

    MicroSD (TransFlash) USB host port This All-in-One printer works with most digital cameras. Using the USB port located on the front of the printer, you can connect one of the following devices to the printer at a time: • PictBridge camera •...

  • Page 17: Control Panel Layout

    Chapter 2 Control panel layout The legend describing the numbered parts of the control panel illustration is in the table below. Number Name Description On/Off button Powers the printer ON or OFF. LCD display Displays photos, messages, status, on-screen keyboard, and menus.

  • Page 18: Lcd Display

    4-way Navigation buttons on the control panel. The LCD Start-Up screen displays whenever the printer is ready for operation but is not performing a task. The Start Up screen also displays the current level of black and color ink. Color ink level monitor...

  • Page 19: Using The Control Panel, Adjusting The Control Panel Position

    If this type of interface is unfamiliar to you, it may take a bit of practice getting used to it. You should discover that each button is quite sensitive to touch, and you may find that pressing a key too hard, or accidentally pressing one button several times in a row, may cause errors.

  • Page 20: Using The 4-way Navigation Buttons

    • After you have initiated the process of zooming when a photo is shown on the LCD display, pressing pans the focus up or down. (See “Using the Zoom buttons”...

  • Page 21: Using The Ok Button, Using The Menu Button, Using The Zoom Buttons

    Press when: • You want to set up a new task and anything other than a menu is visible on the LCD display • You are viewing an image on the LCD display and want to use Photo Options menu .

  • Page 22: Using The Start Button, Using The Cancel Button, Using The Number Keypad Buttons

    Using the number keypad buttons The number keypad is used primarily as a resource for sending faxes from the ESP 9 All–in– One printer. It is also used to enter a quantity for making copies.

  • Page 23: Using The On-screen Keyboard

    Enter a quantity for making copies of a document or photo As on a telephone dial pad, which the number keypad resembles, each key on the ESP 9 number keypad (except for the 1 key and the zero key) is associated with both a numerical value and with either three or four alphabetic characters, with typographic symbols, or with symbols and a space (used to separate two alphanumeric characters).

  • Page 24: Using The All-in-one Printer Menus, Menu Layout

    Printer Overview Using the All-in-One printer menus Use the menus on the LCD display to select stand-alone tasks (that is, tasks that can be performed without your computer), such as copying documents or photos;, printing photos stored on memory cards, USB drives, Kodak Bluetooth adapter (“dongle”), or digital cameras plugged into the printer;...

  • Page 25: Menu Structure

    See “Using the 4-way navigation buttons” on page 12. Menu structure The top-level menu on your All-in-One printer is called the Main menu. When you press Start on most Main menu items, another menu displays. You can press as specified in the Quick instruction section beneath the menu title (see item 2 in the “Menu layout”...

  • Page 26: Status Lights

    Printer Overview Status lights The tables below describe the meaning of each light and condition, and offer tips on what action to take. On/Off Light Light Status Cause Action/Solution The printer is turned off. Press On/Off to turn the printer on.

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    Paper size or type mismatch. Change ink cartridge. Ink cartridge not readable. Printhead not calibrated. Unit open, scanner lid open, rear access door open. Too many image sources. Printhead not installed. Unable to read memory card or USB host device.

  • Page 28: All-in-one Printer Home Center Software, Home Center For Windows

    If you acknowledge the error message by pressing OK, the light will go off. However, if the WiFi radio is not turned off and the printer cannot establish a connection to an existing WiFi network, the light will resume blinking, and the error message will display again.

  • Page 29: Home Center For Macintosh

    Access the Kodak Tips and Projects Center Web site. • Order supplies from the Kodak Web site. The functions of the three small icons located in the upper-right corner of the Home Center window are shown below: Returns you to the main Home Center window Displays the Status Monitor Displays a Help panel for the Home Center software.

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    Maintenance From both the and tabs you can: • Order Supplies : This option allows you to order supplies online from the Kodak web site. • View/Hide Status : This option opens a drawer displaying the configuration status of your All-in-One printer.

  • Page 31: Setting Up Your Printer, Selecting A Printer Location, Configuring Printer Settings, Configuring Basic Settings

    Place your printer on a clean, flat surface in a dry, well-ventilated location, away from direct sunlight. Avoid areas with high levels of dust and debris. Do not expose the printer and paper to ventilation ducts, open doors, or high traffic, as airborne particles can affect picture quality.

  • Page 32: Printer Settings Options

    Setting Up Your Printer Press as needed to change the default value. The default value is displayed at the right margin of the setting. When the setting is highlighted, the current value is bracketed between the symbols. Press to save the setting(s).

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    Date and Time Note: Setting the date and time via the control panel is a separate task from stamping the date and time on photo prints. You can also synchronize the printer's date and time using the Home Center software.

  • Page 34: Configuring Network Settings, Configuring An Ethernet Network Connection, Ethernet Setup, Configuring A Wireless Network Connection

    A CAT-5 (or higher) Ethernet cable Ethernet setup Plug one end of the Ethernet cable into the Ethernet port located on the back of the All– in–One printer and the other end into an available port on your Ethernet router or hub.

  • Page 35: Configuring Basic Wireless (wifi) Settings, Network Settings Options, Wifi Setup Wizard

    Network Settings options If the printer has not been configured to connect to the WiFi network or the printer WiFi radio is turned off, the LCD display displays the options below:...

  • Page 36: Connecting To An Unlisted Network

    If the network requires the entry of a security string, the keyboard will be shown on the LCD. Press to select a key. Enter the security string using the correct upper and lower case characters and numbers as required.

  • Page 37: Setting Up An Ip Address, Viewing Network Configuration, Printing Network Configuration, Setting Up The Fax

    Settings with no values will be displayed as zeros. Setting up the fax Your Kodak ESP 9 All-in-One printer allows you to send and receive faxes, set up quick dials, and other fax options from the control panel. For more information about sending and receiving faxes using this All-in-One printer, see Chapter 8, “Faxing”...

  • Page 38: Telephone Service Delivery Systems And All–in–one Fax Features, Multipurpose (broadband) Digital Telephone Systems

    Your printer needs only the standard telephone cable that came with your printer, connected to both the printer and to the wall telephone jack, in order to send and receive faxes through the standard wall telephone jack.

  • Page 39: Digital Subscriber Line (dsl) Telephone Systems, Using Cordless Telephones With The Esp 9 All–in–one Fax

    To transmit fax signals properly to your printer, you must connect the telephone cable that came with the printer to a cable equipped with a DSL filter, and then connect the filtered cable to the printer and to the wall jack.

  • Page 40: Using An Answering Machine With The Esp 9 All–in–one Fax, Connecting The Phone And Fax

    If you use an answering machine to retrieve and record messages from telephone callers when you are not available to pick up the handset, you can set up your telephone to work with both the answering machine and the printer.

  • Page 41: Connecting The Printer To A Standard Telephone Line

    Check with your cable television provider to make sure you can send and receive faxes over your digital telephone service. Connecting the printer to a standard telephone line If you have a dedicated phone line that does not receive any voice calls, connect your Line-In printer to the on the printer as described below.

  • Page 42: Connecting The Printer To A Digital Subscriber (dsl) Telephone Line

    . If you have a separate fax line on that does not receive any voice calls, connect your printer to the phone line as described below. Connecting the printer to a digital subscriber (DSL) telephone line If you use a digital subscriber line (DSL), you must connect a DSL filter between the telephone wall jack and your Kodak All–in–One printer.

  • Page 43: Specifying Rings To Answer

    If it detects incoming fax tones, it will receive the fax. It ignores any call that does not transmit the fax tones and allows the answering machine to record it. Set the number of Rings to Answer for the printer to exceed the number rings set for the answering machine.

  • Page 44: Setting Fax Auto–answer, Manually Receiving Fax, Specifying A Distinctive Ring For Fax Auto–answer

    Fax Augo-Answer.

  • Page 45: Fax Settings Options

    Chapter 3 You can adjust fax settings on the control panel. Windows users can also create a list of frequently used Fax telephone numbers using Home Center software (see Home Center Help for more details, discussed in this guide on page 20).

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    Using this feature, the All-in-One printer will automatically re-transmit the fax. Although the Error Correction mode increases send time on poor phone lines, the fax is transmitted much more reliably.

  • Page 47: Handling Paper, Handling Paper

    Hold the paper by the edges; avoid placing your fingerprints on it. • Do not touch the glossy side of photo paper. • Store paper flat, away from direct sunlight and heat (such as in a car parked in the sun). Kodak ESP 9 Printer User Guide...

  • Page 48: Loading The Paper Trays, Things To Keep In Mind

    Pull the paper stop (at the edge of paper output tray) until it is fully extended. • If the paper you are going to use is less than A4 size, lift the hinged end of the paper stop toward you until it perpendicular to the paper stop. This prevents the printed paper from sliding off of the paper output tray as it exits the printer.

  • Page 49: Loading Plain Paper

    As needed, squeeze and slide the paper-width guide to align it to the left edge of the media. Lower the paper output tray. Gently push the tray forward in till it is aligned to the edge of the paper output tray. Kodak ESP 9 Printer User Guide...

  • Page 50: Loading Photo Paper, Loading Envelopes

    Squeeze the paper-width guide and slide it to the right until it just touches the loaded paper. Lower the paper output tray. Gently push the tray forward in till it is aligned to the edge of the paper output tray. Loading envelopes Warning: Do not load envelopes with cutouts or cellophane windows in this printer.

  • Page 51: Loading Originals, Loading An Original For Copying Or Scanning

    Do NOT use the automatic document feeder for scanning. If the original is more than 11 inches (279 mm) long, you can pull the tray extender all the way out to keep the original flat.

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    See “Loading an original for copying or scanning” on page 43. Align the paper-width guides with the edges of the paper to center the original in the ADF tray.

  • Page 53: Viewing And Printing Photos

    Never load photo paper into the automatic document feeder (ADF) on the ESP 9; the ADF only accepts plain paper. If you load photo paper in the ADF, the printer displays a warning on the LCD, and will not complete the job.

  • Page 54: Viewing Photos, Configuring Photo Print Settings

    Viewing photos Insert one of the following devices into the appropriate opening: Note: Always use the USB host port, on the front of the printer. To avoid an error, use only one slot or port at a time. Device Type...

  • Page 55: Print Photos Options

    Your All-in-One printer automatically adjusts the print output to the best available Plain Paper Quality quality for images printed on photo paper. You need to set to Draft, Normal or Best only when printing images or documents on plain printer paper. Kodak ESP 9 Printer User Guide...

  • Page 56: Printing Photos, Printing Photos From A Pictbridge Camera

    The printer can read data stored USB flash drives formatted using only the File Allocation Table (FAT) system. If a flash drive is plugged into the USB port on the front panel that the printer cannot read, the printer does not display photos, makes an audible sound (“beep”), and displays an error message on the LCD display.

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    Then, print the file from your computer. Connect a digital camera, or portable USB drive to the front panel USB port; or insert a memory card to the appropriate card reader on the front panel.

  • Page 58: Printing Tagged Images, Printing From A Bluetooth–enabled Device

    When you select photos with your camera, the camera creates a DPOF file that identifies which photos have been tagged for printing. Your Kodak All-in-One printer can read the DPOF file from the memory card so you do not have to re-select the photos to print.

  • Page 59: Range, Printing Multiple Photos, Printing Panoramic Photos

    Printing panoramic photos You can print a panoramic photo on 4 x 12 paper, or two panoramic photos on U.S. letter or A4 paper; some cropping will occur. Kodak ESP 9 Printer User Guide...

  • Page 60: Zooming And Cropping Photos

    Viewing and Printing Photos Zooming and cropping photos Your printer enables you to zoom in or out on a specific area of a photo. When you print the photo, the photo is cropped so only the area bounded by the crop boundaries is printed.

  • Page 61: Transferring Images To A Computer, Transferring Images To A Windows Computer

    Repeat this process as needed. Note: If you want to print multiple copies of a photo displayed on the LCD, you can press until the number you want is shown. To decrease any quantity greater than 1 shown, press until the number you want displays.

  • Page 62: Transferring Images To A Macintosh Computer

    Viewing and Printing Photos Follow the prompt on the computer. Transferring images to a Macintosh computer Connect the device to the appropriate slot on the front panel of your printer. Menu From the control panel, press to display the options on the computer monitor (for a PictBridge camera) or the printer LCD display (all other devices).

  • Page 63: Copying, Simple Copying, Adjusting Copy Settings

    Kodak All–in–One printer. This enables you to load a document face–up in the automatic document feeder (ADF) or place a one–page document on the scanner glass, and, if you have no need to Start...

  • Page 64: Copy Document Options

    Press to display the ) menu. A sample view from the Copy Photo Options menu is shown in the illustration below. .. You can press until the option you want to adjust is selected. If a value is displayed between the symbols in the row, press to select the value you want.

  • Page 65: Copy Photo Options

    −3 to +3 Preview Save As Defaults You need to specify a quality only for plain paper. If photo paper is loaded in the paper Automatic tray, the printer will output the best available quality using the setting. To review the settings for plain paper copying, see "...

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    Copying Kodak ESP 9 Printer User Guide...

  • Page 67: Scanning, Before You Start

    Scanning converts text and images from documents and pictures placed on the scanner glass into electronic data, and then sends the data to your computer. To scan using the ESP 9 All-in-One printer, the printer must be connected to a computer. You can scan to the following destinations: •...

  • Page 68: Simple Scanning, Simple Document Scans

    • Print quality for scanning documents. Before initiating a scan, you can also preview the scan in Home Center, and crop the output as desired. When you are satisfied with the intended results, you can initiate the scan directly from Home Center. See Home Center Help for instructions. To review how to access Home Center help, see “All-in-One printer Home Center software”...

  • Page 69: Simple Image Scans, Scanning Multiple Originals Simultaneously, Adjusting Scan Settings

    Although you can scan a document using the Photo option and save it as an image (.jpeg) file, you will not be able to edit the text later in your computer. If you want to edit a scanned document later, make sure that you scan it as a Document, not as a Photo.

  • Page 70: Scan Options

    If your printer is connected to a network, more than one computer name will appear in this list. If your printer is connected to a printer by the USB cable, the computer name in the USB Connected Computer menu is called...

  • Page 71: Faxing, Introduction, Fax Settings, Sending Faxes

    Faxing Introduction Your Kodak ESP 9 All-in-One printer allows you to send and receive faxes (including color faxes), assign and use quick dial settings for frequently used fax recipients, and select a number of fax options from the control panel.

  • Page 72: Dialing A Fax Number On The Control Panel

    Send Fax Press to select and then press The list of Fax Phonebook entries displays in the Send Fax menu. The last Fax number Fax Options... selected is shown above the menu. See the example, below. Kodak ESP 9 Printer User Guide...

  • Page 73: Using Quick Dial To Select A Fax Phonebook Entry

    Using Quick Dial to select a Fax Phonebook entry By assigning up to ten contacts in your Fax Phonebook with a number between 0 (zero) and 9, the Quick Dial feature in your ESP 9 All-in-One printer allows you to create shortcuts for quickly sending Faxes to them.

  • Page 74: Specifying A Quick Dial Recipient From The Send Fax Menu

    Faxing The Send Fax menu displays the Fax phone number of the Quick Dial entry on the LCD. The Quick Dial entry is highlighted (selected) on the LCD. See the illustration below. Start Press to send the fax. Specifying a Quick Dial recipient from the Send Fax menu Load the original.

  • Page 75: Canceling Faxes, Receiving Faxes, Receiving Faxes Automatically, Manually Receiving Faxes, Fax Phonebook Entries

    If you set Fax Auto-Answer , you will need to receive faxes manually. See below. Each fax will be printed once it has been received. A Fax Confirmation page will be printed if setting is enabled. See “Fax reports” on page 71.

  • Page 76: Adding A New Fax Phonebook Entry, Editing An Existing Fax Phonebook Entry

    Edit Phonebook Entry menu. The number field is highlighted. Using the keypad on the control panel, enter the fax number in the field displayed on the LCD and then press When you are finished entering the fax phone number, press...

  • Page 77: Deleting An Existing Fax Phonebook Entry, Preparing A Fax For Transmission, Printing A Fax Cover

    Never load photo paper into the automatic document feeder (ADF) on the ESP 9; the ADF only accepts plain paper. If you load photo paper in the ADF, the printer displays a warning on the LCD, and will not send the Fax.

  • Page 78: Changing Send Fax Settings

    • “Using Quick Dial to select a Fax Phonebook entry” on page 65 Changing Send Fax settings If, before sending your fax, you want to modify any fax settings, you can use the Send Fax Options menu now. Menu From the control panel, press...

  • Page 79: Send Fax Options, Fax Reports

    This option is NOT available as an option in the Fax Settings menu. Rather, if a fax was not received because your printer lost power (for instance, due to an electrical power outage), the printer automatically generates a Fax Lost Job report when power returns to the printer (and it is turned on).

  • Page 80: Printing A Fax Report

    Note: This report cannot be run from the control panel; the ESP 9 will output this report only after you send a fax, and only based on the setting. If Cancel you change this setting, press to save the setting, and then press to exit the Fax Settings menu;...

  • Page 81: Maintaining Your Printer, General Care

    • If the printer has been exposed to bad weather or has water inside it, turn it off and let it dry completely. If this does not solve the problem, contact customer support (see “Contacting Kodak Customer Service & Support” on page 2).

  • Page 82: Cleaning The Scanner Glass, Cleaning The Scanner Lid

    Warning: Do not use abrasives, acetone, benzene, or carbon tetrachloride on the glass, as they can damage it. Do not place or spray liquid directly on the glass. The liquid might seep under the glass and damage the device. Unplug the printer and raise the lid.

  • Page 83: Monitoring And Adjusting The Printer's Performance

    Chapter 9 Unplug the printer and raise the lid. Clean the underside with a soft cloth or sponge, slightly moistened with a mild soap and warm water. Wipe the underside gently to loosen debris. Do not scrub. Dry the underside with a chamois or soft cloth.

  • Page 84: Maintenance Options, Replacing Ink Cartridges

    Printhead Alignment and then click Replacing ink cartridges Your Kodak printer uses separate black and color ink cartridges. The ink levels are shown on the control panel and in the printer software. Caution: For the best quality prints, store ink cartridges in locations where the temperature does not exceed 85°F (30°C).

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    Chapter 9 Open the printer access door by lifting from the recessed hand-holds on the sides of the unit The printhead moves to an accessible position for handling the ink cartridges. The ink cartridges are seated in the printhead. 1 Printhead...

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    Maintaining Your Printer Remove the bagged ink cartridge from the box, tear open the bag at the notch, and remove the ink cartridge. . Caution: Insert the ink cartridge immediately to prevent any drying of the ink. Remove the orange cap from the cartridge by grasping the top edge and pulling/ rotating it off the ink cartridge.

  • Page 87: Replacing The Printhead

    Chapter 9 Press down on the tab until you hear a click and feel the latch snap into position. Note: Listen carefully during this step; make sure you hear the ink cartridges click into place in the printhead. This seats the cartridges properly, and prevents ink from being dispensed incompletely during your print or copy jobs.

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    1 Printhead 2 Color ink cartridge 3 Black ink cartridge Pinch the latch on the ink cartridge with your thumb and forefinger and lift it out of the print head. Remove both ink cartridges. Caution: Insert the ink cartridges into the newly installed printhead as soon as possible to prevent any drying of the ink.

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    Remove the old printhead from the carriage. Remove the new printhead from its bag. Caution: Do not touch copper contacts on the printhead, as this may damage it. Remove and discard the black plastic casing and the orange protective cap. Kodak ESP 9 Printer User Guide...

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    Maintaining Your Printer Place the new printhead into the carriage. Push firmly against the target label on the printhead until you hear it click into place. Reinstall the ink cartridges. As needed, see “Replacing ink cartridges” on page 76. Listen carefully during this step; make sure you hear the ink cartridges click into place in the printhead.

  • Page 91: Troubleshooting, Troubleshooting "quick Start, General Troubleshooting, Printer Fails To Power On

    Finally, turn the printer back on. • Confirm that you are using a 2.0 USB cable to connect the printer to your computer. If you need to buy one, they are available online at www.kodak.com/go/aio, or from your local electronics and printer retailer.

  • Page 92: Device Not Recognized

    For optimal quality and performance, use a good-quality high speed USB 2.0 cable. When connecting to the Kodak All-in-One printer, use the USB ports located in the back of the computer. Any USB 2.0 hubs that are used should be self- powered.

  • Page 93: Ink Cartridge Not Recognized, Multiple Paper Feed

    If the USB drive uses an NTFS or HFS formatting system, the printer may not be able to read it. Macintosh users may need to transfer these files directly to their computer, and then printing to the printer from there.

  • Page 94: Multiple Pictures Not Scanned Properly, No Communication With Computer

    Probable Cause 2 The scanner glass is dirty. Corrective Action Make sure the scanner glass is completely clean or the photos might not scan properly (see “Cleaning the scanner glass” on page 74). Probable Cause 3 The scanner lid is dirty.

  • Page 95: No Paper Feed, One Or More Of The Colors On The Calibration Sheet Is Missing

    Check the connection from your computer to your printer. Ensure that the square end of the USB cable is plugged in to the USB port on the back of your printer, and the flat end into a USB port on your computer.

  • Page 96: Paper Jam, Printer Not Responding

    If this does not resolve your printing issue, contact Kodak Service and Support Paper jam Probable Cause The paper did not advance, was not picked up properly from the paper tray, or is lodged inside the printer. Caution: Kodak Inkjet paper is recommended for your Kodak All-in-One printer.

  • Page 97: Transfer Pictures Failure, User Guide On The Cd Is Obsolete, Wrong Paper Size

    Download the most recent version of the User Guide from Kodak.com. Wrong paper size Probable Cause The print size or paper size you selected may be larger or smaller than the paper found in the paper tray. Corrective Action Replace the paper in the paper tray with the correct size.

  • Page 98: Macintosh Os X Troubleshooting

    WIA (Windows Image Acquisition) error: service has stopped working Probable Cause 1 The USB cable is unplugged and reconnected to the printer or when the printer terminated error. Probable Cause 2 Power is interrupted. This results in the inability to connect a camera and transfer pictures Transfer All to from the camera.

  • Page 99: Print Troubleshooting, Envelope Printing Incorrect

    Straighten the stack of envelopes against a flat surface. Reload the stack into the paper tray print side down, with the envelope flap aligned to the left. Squeeze the paper guide and slide it to the right until it touches the edge of the envelopes.

  • Page 100: Pictbridge Camera Not Detected, Picture Cropped, Picture Print Smudged, Picture Will Not Print

    Cropping may vary, depending on the selected picture size and size of the output paper. The dimensions of the photo on the camera are slightly different from each paper size so a portion will be cropped to fit perfectly on whatever paper size was selected.

  • Page 101: Poor Print Quality, Print Skewed Or Slanted

    Remove paper and check for wrinkles and tears. Slide the paper-width guide away from the paper. Straighten the stack of paper against a flat surface, and reload it into the paper tray. Slide the paper-width guide up against the edge of the paper.

  • Page 102: Print Spotted, Print Too Dark, Print Too Light

    Print too dark • Try retaking the picture with the flash on, or move within the flash range of the camera. Refer to your camera user’s guide for details. •...

  • Page 103: Printing Slow, Printing Stops, White Edges On Borderless Prints

    For example, if a square image is printed on 4 x 6- inch paper, it will often print as a 4 x 4 inch image, with white edges on each side of the print job.

  • Page 104: Copy Troubleshooting, Copy Cut Off, Scan Troubleshooting, Scan Fails

    Your computer system resources may be low. Corrective Action • Turn off your computer and the printer, and then turn them back on. • If the problem still persists, try scanning at a lower resolution. Kodak ESP 9 Printer User Guide...

  • Page 105: Scanned Image Blank, Network Troubleshooting, Wired Network Troubleshooting, Computer Unable To Detect The All-in-one Printer

    Chapter 10 Probable cause 5 The memory card you are scanning to does not have enough free space to save the scanned photo. Corrective action Remove some files from the memory card to free up some space. Scanned image blank Probable Cause Your original is not placed correctly on the scanner glass.

  • Page 106: No Tcp/ip

    Press the button on the control panel to turn the printer off, and press it again to turn it back on. Also, turn off the power on your router or hub, and then turn it on again.

  • Page 107: Printer Not Found

    Press the button on the control panel to turn the printer off, and press it again to turn it back on. Also, turn off the power on your router or hub, and then turn it on again.

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    Note: The All-in-One printer functionality will be limited during VPN sessions. Probable Cause 6 The Ethernet cable is not plugged in to the router, switch, or hub. The cable may also be defective. Corrective Action Try reinserting the cables. Or, if necessary, try a different cable.

  • Page 109: No Ip Address With Cable Modem (without A Router), Wireless Troubleshooting

    Chapter 10 No IP address with cable modem (without a router) Probable Cause If you have a computer with a cable modem, a separate Local Area Network (LAN) for your AutoIP other computers, and no DHCP or router, you must use to assign IP addresses to the other computers and to the printer.

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    The SSID is not visible because it is at the bottom of the list. Corrective Action Press to scroll to the bottom of the list. Infrastructure entries are listed first and ad hoc entries last. Probable Cause 4 The access point firmware needs updating.

  • Page 111: Weak Signal, Cannot Connect To Network

    Turn on the networked devices, such as the access point for an infrastructure network, or the computer for an ad hoc network. For more information on how to turn on the access point, see the documentation that came with your access point.

  • Page 112: Unsupported Authentication Or Encryption Type, Invalid Wep Key

    Enter the correct mode or security type. Print a network configuration page to compare the wireless settings of the printer with the wireless settings for your access point. Change either the device or access point settings so that both the printer and the access point have matching wireless settings.

  • Page 113: Invalid Wpa Passphrase, Another Device Connected To The Access Point

    All-in-One printer. Corrective Action The printer is looking for a WEP key index of 1. If the WEP key index setting was changed on the access point, open the Embedded Web Server for the printer and update the index setting to match the index setting of your access point.

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    Troubleshooting Kodak ESP 9 Printer User Guide...

  • Page 115: Product And Safety Specifications, Print Performance, Photo Printing Features

    Product and Safety Specifications Specifications for this Kodak ESP All-in-One printer are described in the tables below. Print Performance Print Performance Black print speed Up to 30 pages per minute on plain paper Color print speed Up to 29 pages per minute on plain paper...

  • Page 116: Copy Document Features, Copy Photo Features, Scanning Features

    4 × 6 inch (10 × 15 cm) 4 × 7 inch (10 × 18 cm) 4 x 12 (Panoramic) 4 × 12 inch. (10 × 30 cm) 5 × 7 inch (13 × 18 cm) 8 × 10 inch (20 × 25 cm) US Letter (8.5 x 11 inch) (22 x 28 cm)

  • Page 117: Paper Tray Features, Ink Tanks, Connectivity

    100 sheets of 20 lb plain paper or 30 sheets of 10 mil photo paper Tray size: top tray 4 x 6 in. to 8.5 × 14 in. (10 x 15 cm to 21.6 × 36 cm) Tray size: bottom tray 4 x 6 in., 4 x 7 in., 5 x 7 in.

  • Page 118: Software Support, Physical Specifications, Warranty, System Requirements

    US: 110–120 VAC, 60 Hz WW: 110–240 VAC, 50–60 Hz Output: 36 VDC 24V AC adapter (100-240 VAC 50/60 Hz) Dimensions 445mm x 254mm x 427mm[W × H x D] (17.52 inches x 10.0 inches x 16.81 inches) Weight 10kg (22 lbs) Operating range 5°C (41°F) to 35°C (95°F), 15 to 85 % RH (non-condensing), and...

  • Page 119: Windows Pc, Macintosh, Papers Supported, Paper Types

    20 to 24 lb (60 to 90 gsm) Photo paper 10 mils Card stock 110 lb index max (200 gsm) Envelopes 20 to 24 lb (75 to 90 gsm) Transparencies All commercially available inkjet varieties (with or without a white stripe.) Kodak ESP 9 Printer User Guide...

  • Page 120: Paper Sizes For Pc And Macintosh Computers, Safety Specifications

    Product and Safety Specifications Paper Types Supported Labels All commercially available inkjet varieties on 8.5 x 11 and A4 size sheets Iron-on transfers All commercially available inkjet varieties on 8.5 x 11 and A4 size sheets Paper Sizes for PC and Macintosh computers...

  • Page 121: Parts, Power, Location

    Location Caution: To prevent your printer from overheating, do not block or cover the slots and openings in the equipment, place it near a heat register, or install it in a cabinet without proper ventilation. Caution: Do not use your printer near water, or spill liquid on it.

  • Page 122: Environment, Regulatory Compliance, Fcc Compliance And Advisory

      FCC Compliance and Advisory This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation.

  • Page 123: Fcc And Industry Canada, Ic Radiation Exposure Statement, Canadian Doc Statement

    2) increase the separation between the equipment and the receiver; 3) connect the equipment to a different outlet (on a circuit) than the one the receiver is connected to; 4) consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for additional suggestions.

  • Page 124: German Compliance Statement, Waste Electrical And Electronic Equipment Labeling

    German Compliance Statement Noise emissions for this equipment do not exceed 70 dBa. This equipment is not intended for use in the work place in accordance with BildscharbV regulations. “Das Gerät ist nicht für die Benutzung am Bildschirmarbeitsplatz gemäß BildscharbV vorgesehen.”...

  • Page 125: A . Glossary

    DPOF Digital Print Order File. This file allows the user of a digital camera to define which captured images on the storage card are to be printed, together with information on the number of copies or other image information such as paper size, image title text, image orientation, contact information and more.

  • Page 126

    A node on a network that serves as an entrance to another network. A node in this instance can be a computer or some other device.The address of the default gateway is assigned by the installation software, unless you have already set a manual IP address.

  • Page 127

    When not enough time elapses between the flash and exposure (as with most compact cameras), the light of the flash occurs too fast for the iris of the eye to close the pupil. The flash of light is focused by the lens of the eye onto the blood-rich retina at the back of the...

  • Page 128

    Glossary eye. The image of the illuminated retina is then focused by the lens of the eye back to the camera, resulting in a red appearance of the eye on the picture. SSID Service Set Identifier: A unique identifier (up to 32 characters) that differentiates one wireless local area network (WLAN) from another.

  • Page 129

    Chapter A Wireless Provisioning Services. A standards-based and integrated platform to provide secure WiFi hotspots. WPS enables enterprises to easily provide guest access with enhanced security to private wireless Internet and corporate networks. Kodak ESP 9 Printer User Guide...

  • Page 130

    Glossary Kodak ESP 9 Printer User Guide...

  • Page 131

    When you contact Kodak Customer Support for All-in-One printer assistance, the service representative may ask you for some background information, as well as information about your specific issue. If you can have ready access to it, it may save you time. Useful for the Kodak service technician: •...

  • Page 132

    If you need to call Customer Support Kodak ESP 9 Printer User Guide...

  • Page 133: Index

    Symbols .jpg ........62 Battery recycling ..... 120 .pdf files .

  • Page 134

    Cleaning supplies to avoid ..77 DPOF ....... . . 52 Client port .

  • Page 135

    ..... 89 Ink levels ......78 Gateway Address, definition .

  • Page 136

    ......94 On/Off ....... . 9 Main menu .

  • Page 137

    Print problems, troubleshooting ..95 Top ....... . 6 Print quality, troubleshooting .

  • Page 138

    ....101 Best ......59 Scanner glass .

  • Page 139

    Fax Auto-Answer Update ......114 Test page, printing ....78 Printer software, firmware, drivers .

  • Page 140

    WPS, definition ..... . 125 Zoom ....... . .13 Zoom buttons .

  • Page 141

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