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    edge guide document cover transportation lock lever USB cable connector Parts sheet feeder paper support reflective document mat document table control panel (See “Control Panel Functions” on page 11.) memory card slot feeder guard output tray scanner unit ink cartridge clamps...

  • Page 3: Basic Operation Guide

    CORPORATION. The information contained herein is designed only for use with this product. EPSON is not responsible for any use of this information as applied to other printers. Neither SEIKO EPSON CORPORATION nor its affiliates shall be liable to the purchaser of...

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    General Notice: Other product names used herein are for identification purposes only and may be trademarks of their respective owners. EPSON disclaims any and all rights in those marks. Copyright © 2003 by SEIKO EPSON CORPORATION, Nagano, Japan.

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Contents Safety Instructions Safety Instructions ..........7 Warnings, Cautions, and Notes .

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    Printing Directly from a Memory Card Printing Using an Index Form ....... . . 36 Printing an Index Form .

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    Scanning by using the LCD panel and buttons Scanning to Memory Card ........57 Formatting a memory card .

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    Contacting Customer Support Regional Customer Services ........88 Product Information Product Specifications .

  • Page 9: Safety Instructions

    Safety Instructions Safety Instructions Read all of the instructions in this section when setting up and using this product. When placing this product Avoid places subject to rapid changes in temperature and humidity. Also, keep this product away from direct sunlight, strong light, and heat sources.

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    When choosing a power source Use only the type of power source indicated on the label on the back of this product. Use only the power cord that comes with this product. Use of another cord may cause fire or electric shock. This product’s power cord is for use with this product only.

  • Page 11

    When handling ink cartridges Be careful not to break the hooks on the side of the ink cartridge when you remove it from its package. Keep the ink cartridge out of the reach of children. Do not allow children to handle it, or drink ink. Be careful when you handle used ink cartridges, as there may be some ink remaining around the ink supply port.

  • Page 12: Warnings, Cautions, And Notes

    Unplug this product and refer servicing to qualified service personnel under the following conditions: The power cord or plug is damaged; liquid has entered into this product; this product has been dropped or the cover damaged; this product does not operate normally or exhibits a distinct change in performance.

  • Page 13: Using The Control Panel

    Using the Control Panel Control Panel Functions LCD panel The LCD panel shows the current status of this product and helps you make various settings. The upper left area of the LCD panel shows the result of pressing the A button, the upper right for the B, the lower left for the C, and the lower right for the D button.

  • Page 14: Buttons

    Buttons Buttons Function P On Turns this product on and off. Copy Mode Enters the Copy Mode. Memory Enters the Memory Card Mode. Card Mode Scan Mode Enters the Scan Mode. Setup Mode Enters the Setup Mode. Select / Moves to the previous option. Save 3sec.

  • Page 15: Lights

    Lights Light Error Mode (Copy, Memory Card, Scan, Setup) A, B, C, D Adjusting the LCD panel density You can adjust the density of the LCD panel as follows. Press the P On button to turn on this product. Press the Setup Mode button to enter the Setup Mode. Press the A or the l/r Select button repeatedly until 7.LCD Contrast appears on the LCD panel, and then press the x Color button.

  • Page 16: Copying

    Copying This section describes how to make copies using the control panel. For information on making copies using a computer, see the Reference Guide. Note: When you make a copy using a control panel function, a moiré (cross-hatch) pattern may appear on your printout. To eliminate the moiré, change the reduce/enlarge ratio or shift the position of the original document.

  • Page 17: Loading Paper

    You can change the copy layout if necessary (see “Copying in Various of Layouts” on page 20). Note: Be sure to change the copy layout first before changing the copy settings because all copy settings (paper type, print quality, number of copies, paper size) return to the default values when the copy layout changes.

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    To print on an envelope, refer to the Reference Guide. Keep enough space in front of this product for paper to be fully ejected. Open the output tray. While holding down its locking tab, slide out the left edge guide so that the distance between the two edge guides is slightly wider than the paper you are going to load.

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    Fan a stack of paper, and then tap it on a flat surface to even the edges. Load the stack of paper with the printable side facing down and resting against the guide of the feeder guard. Stand the stack of paper against the paper support. Note: Always load paper into the sheet feeder’s short edge first.

  • Page 20: Paper Type

    The loading capacity differs depending on the following types of paper. Paper Type Plain Paper EPSON Bright White Ink Jet Paper EPSON Photo Quality Ink Jet Paper EPSON Photo Paper EPSON Matte Paper-Heavyweight EPSON Glossy Photo Paper EPSON Premium Glossy Photo...

  • Page 21: Placing A Document On The Document Table

    Placing a Document on the Document Table Note: Keep the document table clean. Open the document cover. Place the original document facing down on the document table. Make sure that the document is properly aligned. Caution: Never open the document cover beyond its limit by intention. Note: Make sure the document is flat against the glass surface;...

  • Page 22: Copying In Various Of Layouts

    Make sure the reflective document mat is attached to the document cover. Close the document cover gently so that the document does not move. Note: To scan the document properly, close the document cover to prevent interference from the external light. Do not leave photographs on the document table for an extended period of time.

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    Press the C or the l/r Select button repeatedly until the copy layout you want appears on the LCD panel. Layout 1. Standard 2. BorderFree 3. Small Margins 4. Repeat-Auto 5. Repeat-4 6. Repeat-9 7. Repeat-16 8. Poster-4 9. Poster-9 10.

  • Page 24: Copying Without Margins

    Copying without margins You can make a copy that covers the entire page of paper by using the BorderFree layout (see page 20 to select this layout). In the “BorderFree” layout, you can change the following settings (see “Changing Copy Setting” on page 30). Menu item Paper type (see page 31) Print Quality...

  • Page 25: Copying With Small Margins

    Note: You cannot make a copy without margins if the reduce/enlarge value is outside the range of 25 to 400% when “Auto Fit Page” is selected. Because this layout enlarge the image to a size slightly larger than the paper size, the portion of the image that extends beyond the edge of the paper will not be copied.

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    In the “Small Margins” layout, you can change the following settings (see “Changing Copy Setting” on page 30). Menu item Paper type (see page 31) Print Quality Paper size (see page 33) Number of copies Copy Density (see page 34) Reduce/Enlarge (see page 32) Optional Zoom (see page 34) * indicates the default setting.

  • Page 27: Copying An Image Multiple Times On One Sheet

    Copying an image multiple times on one sheet You can make multiple copies of an image on a single sheet of paper by using “Repeat” layout (see “How to change the layout” on page 20 to select this layout). You can select number of copied image from Auto, 4, 9 and 16.

  • Page 28: Making A Poster

    Making a poster You can make a poster size copy using the “Poster” layout (see “How to change the layout” on page 20 to select this layout). In the “Poster” layout, you can change the following settings (see “Changing Copy Setting” on page 30). Menu item Paper type (see page 31) Print Quality...

  • Page 29: Copying Several Pages On One Sheet

    Gluing the images together Align the images. Cut the crossover area, and then glue all the images together. Warning: Be careful when using edged tools. Copying several pages on one sheet You can copy two or four original images on a single sheet of paper by using “2-up”...

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    In the “2-up” or “4-up” layout, you can change the following settings (see “Changing Copy Setting” on page 30). Menu item Paper type (see page 31) Print Quality Copy Density (see page 34) * indicates the default setting. Note: You can only use A4 paper for the “2-up” and “4-up” layout. Setting items/values Plain* Matte...

  • Page 31: Mirror Copy

    Mirror copy You can copy a reversed image to print on Iron-On Cool Peel Transfer Paper by using the “Mirror” layout (see “How to change the layout” on page 20 to select this layout). In the “Mirror” layout, you can change the following settings (see “Changing Copy Setting”...

  • Page 32: Changing Copy Setting

    Changing Copy Setting In the Copy Mode, you can change the copy settings as you prefer, using the A, B, C, and D buttons. Plain Text Button Numeric buttons By pressing the Menu button when you are in the Copy Mode, you can adjust the following features as well.

  • Page 33: Saving And Recalling Copy Settings

    Matte PQIJ Iron On Copying Description Plain Paper EPSON Bright White Ink Jet Paper EPSON Glossy Photo Paper EPSON Photo Paper EPSON Premium Glossy Photo Paper EPSON Premium Semigloss Photo Paper EPSON Matte Paper-Heavyweight EPSON Photo Quality Ink Jet Paper...

  • Page 34: Selecting The Copy Quality

    Selecting the copy quality Press the C button repeatedly until the copy quality you want appears on the LCD panel. The options you can select are: Draft, Text, Photo, and Best. Reducing or enlarging copies automatically You can reduce or enlarge a copy automatically by selecting the size of the original document and the copying result.

  • Page 35: Selecting The Paper Size

    Selecting the paper size Select the appropriate size of the paper loaded on the sheet feeder as described below. Press the D button repeatedly until the appropriate paper size appears on the LCD panel. The paper size you can select are: A4, 10 Note: When you load the 4R size paper, select 10 Setting the number of copies...

  • Page 36: Making Copies Lighter Or Darker

    Making copies lighter or darker This product allows you to adjust the copying density in nine steps. Press the Menu button to enter the Copy Menu. Press the C button or l/r Select button repeatedly until 2.Copy Density appears on the LCD panel. Press the OK button.

  • Page 37: Canceling Copying

    Press the C button or the l/r Select button repeatedly until 3.Optional Zoom appears on the LCD panel, and then press the OK button. The LCD panel is shown below. Enter a value (%) for the copying size, using the numeric buttons (see “How to use the numeric buttons”...

  • Page 38: Printing Using An Index Form

    Printing Directly from a Memory Card This product allows you to print photos directly from a memory card without using a computer. For information on printing from a computer, refer to the Reference Guide. Note: Before printing large jobs, try a single sheet to confirm the print quality. We recommend that you disconnect the USB cable when printing directly from a memory card;...

  • Page 39: Printing An Index Form

    Printing an Index Form Load a memory card (see “Loading Memory Cards” on page 43). Press the Memory Card Mode button to enter the Memory Card mode. Note: If the message No memory card. Operation Canceled. appears on the LCD panel, load a memory card properly before you go on to the next step.

  • Page 40: Printing Photos By Filling In The Index Form

    Printing photos by filling in the Index Form Print an Index Form (see “Printing an Index Form” on page 37). On the Index Form, use a dark pen to fill in the circles underneath the photos that you want to print, and specify the paper type. See the examples below.

  • Page 41: Printing Multiple Photos From An Index Form

    Press the A or the l/r Select button repeatedly until the LCD panel shows 3.One image, and then press the D or OK button. Enter the desired photo number on the Index Form using the numeric buttons (see “How to use the numeric buttons” on page 33) or press the C button repeatedly until you get the photo number to print.

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    Load paper appropriate for your printing purpose (see “Loading Paper” on page 15). Press the A or the l/r Select button repeatedly until the LCD panel shows 4.Range of image, and then press the D or OK button. Enter the first photo number to print using the numeric buttons (see “How to use the numeric buttons”...

  • Page 43: Printing All Photos On A Memory Card

    Printing All Photos on a Memory Card Using this feature, you can print all photos stored on a memory card. Load a memory card (see “Loading Memory Cards” on page 43) and paper (see “Loading Paper” on page 15). Press the Memory Card Mode button to enter the Memory Card mode.

  • Page 44: Printing With Dpof Functions

    Printing with DPOF Functions DPOF (Digital Print Order Format) is an industry-standard print file request format. This product conforms to DPOF version 1.10. DPOF lets you set photo numbers and the number of copies for photos stored on a digital camera, before you start printing. To create DPOF data, you must use a digital camera that supports DPOF.

  • Page 45: Loading Memory Cards

    Loading Memory Cards Loadable memory card This product features three memory card slots. The types of memory cards loadable for each slot are shown below. Slot Card Memory Stick/MagicGate Memory Stick/Memory Stick Duo*/ Memory Stick PRO/SD Card/miniSD Card*/MultiMediaCard SmartMedia/xD-Picture Card CompactFlash/Microdrive * An adapter is required.

  • Page 46: Available Image Files

    Available image files You can use image files that meet the following requirements. Media format File format Image size Number of files * DCF stands for the “Design rule for Camera File system” standard, which is set by the Japan Electronics and Information Technology Industries Association (JEITA).

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    Make sure the memory card light beside the memory card slot is off, and then insert a memory card as far as it can go into the appropriate slot. Note: You can load only one memory card at a time. Close the memory card slot cover.

  • Page 48: Ejecting Memory Cards

    If the images are stored on the memory card, the following message appears. Press the D or OK button. Ejecting memory cards Make sure all the printing job is finished and the memory card light is not flashing. Open the memory card slot cover. Eject the memory card by pulling it out straight from the slot.

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    Layout Printing Directly from a Memory Card Selection Description Plain Plain Paper BrightWhite EPSON Bright White Ink Jet Paper Glossy EPSON Glossy Photo Paper Photo Paper EPSON Photo Paper Prem. Glossy EPSON Premium Glossy Photo Paper SemiGloss EPSON Premium Semigloss Photo...

  • Page 50: Adjusting Print Image And Printing With Additional Information

    Adjusting Print Image and Printing with Additional Information Using this feature, you can adjust the quality of printouts. You can also include the following information in printouts: shooting date and time, and photo details (exposure time/shutter speed, F number, ISO speed rate). This feature provides you with the following options to enrich your printing experience.

  • Page 51: Resolution

    Press the C or l/r Select button repeatedly until the option you want appears on the LCD panel, and then press the OK button. See the pages in the list below for details about each setting. Option 1. Resolution 2. Color Effect 3.

  • Page 52: Color Effect

    2. Color Effect With this feature, you can print photos in sepia tone. The default setting is Color. Option Color Sepia 3. Auto Correct This feature corrects the color of printouts automatically, depending on the option selected, as shown below. The default setting is P.I.M. Option P.I.M.

  • Page 53: Enhance Res

    4. Enhance Res By turning this function on, you can remove digital noise in photos and enhance the resolution of low-resolution photos. The default setting is Off. Option 5. Brightness This feature allows you to adjust the brightness of printouts. The default setting is Standard.

  • Page 54: Contrast

    6. Contrast This feature allows you to adjust the contrast of printouts. The default setting is Off. Option Super Hi 7. Sharpness This feature allows you to adjust the sharpness of printouts. The default setting is Standard. Option Sharpest Sharper Standard Softer Softest...

  • Page 55: Saturation

    8. Saturation This feature allows you to adjust the vividness of printouts. The default setting is Standard. Option Most More Standard Less Least 9. Date You can print the shooting date in the bottom right area of a printout. You can choose a date formatting style from the list below. The default setting is None.

  • Page 56: Time

    10. Time You can print the shooting time in the bottom right area of a printout. You can choose a time formatting style from the list below (the example shows the case of printing a photo taken at 10:00 p.m.).The default setting is None.

  • Page 57: Fit To Frame

    12. Fit to frame By turning this function on, you can print images fit the print size you have selected. It automatically trims the areas of an image that extend beyond the margins of the selected print size. Either the top and bottom, or the left and right areas of photo is trimmed, depending on the aspect ratio of the original photo and the selected print size.

  • Page 58: Canceling Printing

    Canceling Printing To cancel printing, press the y Stop button. Note: Do not pull on the paper. The paper being copied will come out automatically to the output tray. Printing Directly from a Memory Card...

  • Page 59: Scanning By Using The Lcd Panel And Buttons

    Scanning by using the LCD panel and buttons This product allows you to scan images to a memory card, computer, or e-mail (available on a computer), and then edit them to meet your needs. To scan images to a computer or e-mail, see the Reference Guide. Available scanning options: Option 1.

  • Page 60

    Press the A or the l/r Select button repeatedly until 1.To Photo Card appears on the LCD panel. Then press the D or OK button. 1.To Photo Card Use the A, B, and C buttons to select the appropriate Document type, Print quality, and Scan area.

  • Page 61: Formatting A Memory Card

    This product allows you to scan an image to a computer or send an e-mail with the scanned image attached by using this feature. Before using this feature, make sure you have installed EPSON Scan and EPSON Smart Panel on your computer.

  • Page 62: Scanning Directly To Your E-mail

    This product allows you to scan an image and then send an e-mail with the scanned image attached. Before using this feature, make sure you have installed EPSON Scan and EPSON Smart Panel on your computer. Connect this product to your computer, and then start up the computer.

  • Page 63: Canceling Scanning

    To cancel scanning, press the y Stop button. Using the Film Holder You can scan 35 mm film strips and slides using EPSON Scan or EPSON Smart Panel. For information about using EPSON Scan and EPSON Smart Panel, see the Reference Guide.

  • Page 64: Loading Slides And Films

    Loading slides and films You can scan 35 mm film strips and slides. Your document cover also functions as the Film Adapter. Caution: Hold the film at its edges, or else use gloves. Touching the film surface with bare hands can leave fingerprints or other traces on the film. Note: Wipe the inside of the document cover and the document table before scanning transparencies.

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    Remove the film holder from the document cover. Load the transparency into the film holder and position it on the document table. Go to the section listed below that matches the type of transparency you want to scan. See the following sections for details.

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    Close the document cover. Note: Make sure the document cover is completely closed; otherwise you cannot obtain proper colored images. A newton ring (ring-shaped stripes pattern) may appear in the scanned image. To remove the newton ring, set the film with the base side facing up.

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    Place the film holder on the document table so that it fits the hole on this product with the 35-mm film strips holder coming to the center of the document table. 35 mm slides Place the film holder on the document table so that it fits the hole on this product with the 35-mm slides holder coming to the center of the document table.

  • Page 68: Storing The Film Holder

    Place slides in the 35 mm slides holder, as shown below. Storing the film holder When not using the film holder, you can store it inside the document cover. Open the document cover. Slide the film holder into the document cover. Scanning by using the LCD panel and buttons...

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    Insert the reflective document mat. Note: Make sure to hold the document cover with both hands. Close the document cover. Scanning by using the LCD panel and buttons...

  • Page 70: Replacing Ink Cartridges

    Color ink cartridge Caution: EPSON recommends the use of genuine EPSON ink cartridges. EPSON will not warranty any damage caused by the use of other products. Checking the Ink Level You can check the ink level either on the LCD panel or on your computer.

  • Page 71: Checking The Ink Level Using The Lcd Panel

    Checking the ink level using the LCD panel Make sure this product is on, and then press the Setup Mode button. Press the A button repeatedly until 1.Ink levels appears on the LCD panel and then press the x Color button. The amount of ink appears.

  • Page 72

    The valve in the ink supply port is designed to contain any excess ink that may be released. However, careful handling is recommended. Do not touch the supply port of the ink cartridge or its surrounding area. This product uses ink cartridges equipped with an IC chip. The IC chip accurately monitors the amount of ink used by each cartridge, so even if a cartridge is removed and then later inserted again, all of its ink can be used.

  • Page 73: Replacing An Ink Cartridge

    Replacing an Ink Cartridge Follow the steps below to replace ink cartridges. Note: Before replacing an ink cartridge, read “Precautions on Ink Cartridge Replacement” on page 69 and “When handling ink cartridges” on page 9. Make sure this product is on. When the ink is empty: Refer to the LCD panel message to see which ink cartridge is empty, and then press the x Color button.

  • Page 74

    Make sure that the document cover is closed, and then open the scanner unit. Caution: Do not open the scanner unit when the document cover is still open. Do not move the print head by hand. Doing so may damage this product.

  • Page 75

    Remove an ink cartridge from its package. Do not touch Pinch the sides of the ink cartridge that you want to replace. Lift the cartridge out of this product and dispose of it properly. Do not take the used cartridge apart or try to refill it. Warning: Be careful when you handle the used ink cartridges.

  • Page 76

    Install the new ink cartridge straight into the cartridge holder, and then press the top of the cartridge until it clicks into place. If you need to replace the other ink cartridge, repeat steps 5 and 6. Close the cartridge cover. Note: If you find it difficult to close the cartridge cover, see step 6 to make sure the ink cartridge has been installed correctly.

  • Page 77

    Close the scanner unit. The print head moves to its home position, and ink charging begins. When Charging... appears on the LCD panel when ink charging is in progress. Charging... disappears from the LCD panel, ink charging is completed. Caution: Never turn off this product while Charging...

  • Page 78: Maintenance And Transporting

    Maintenance and Transporting Checking the Print Head Nozzles If you find that the printed image is unexpectedly faint or some dots in the printed image are missing, checking the print head nozzles helps you to identify the problem. Follow the steps below to check the print head nozzles using the control panel.

  • Page 79

    Check the printout. The following examples indicate when the print head needs to be cleaned. Good: print head does not need to be cleaned yet. Not Good: print head needs to be cleaned. The actual printouts are printed in color (CMYK). If the nozzle check result is not good, there is a problem with this product.

  • Page 80: Cleaning The Print Head

    Cleaning the Print Head If you find that the nozzle check result is unexpectedly faint or some dots in the printed image are missing, you may be able to solve these problems by cleaning the print head, which ensures that the nozzles are delivering ink properly.

  • Page 81: Aligning The Print Head

    When Head cleaning... disappears from the LCD panel, perform the nozzle check to confirm that the head is clean and to reset the cleaning cycle. See “Checking the Print Head Nozzles” on page 76. Note: If the print quality has not improved after repeating this procedure four or five times, turn this product off and leave it alone overnight.

  • Page 82: Transporting This Product

    Press the A or l/r Select button repeatedly until 5.Head alignment appears on the LCD panel, and then press the x Color button. The alignment patterns are printed. Look at the alignment patterns. Find the pair of vertical lines that is aligned in pattern #1, and then enter the number using the numeric buttons.

  • Page 83

    Pick up the tightener from the storage. Install it in the secure position. Finally, close the scanner unit. Open the document cover and slide the transportation lock lever, as shown in the illustration below, to lock the scanner carriage. Maintenance and Transporting...

  • Page 84

    Unplug the power cord from the electrical outlet and the USB cable from your computer if connected. Remove the paper support and the feeder guard. Close the output tray. Attach the protective materials to both sides of this product, and then repack this product, the power cord and the USB cable in the box.

  • Page 85: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting Error Messages You can identify many common problems using the Error light and error messages on your Control Panel. If this product stops working and the Error light is on, use the following table of error messages to diagnose the problem, and then try the recommended solution. Note: The solutions are for the problems that happen when using this product stand alone.

  • Page 86

    Error Messages Problem After an Index The data on the Form is printed, an memory card has image file on the changed. Print a memory card is new Index Sheet, added or then try again. removed. No memory card is No memory card.

  • Page 87

    Error Messages No XXX ink cartridge -> Press the Color button to install a new ink cartridge. XXX ink out -> Press the Color button to begin ink cartridge replacement. XXX ink cartridge error -> Cartridge replacement is necessary. Press the Color button to begin.

  • Page 88: The Copied Image Is Improperly Sized

    Error Messages Scanner error -> See your documentation and call service if necessary. Printer error -> See your documentation and call service if necessary. Service Required. The Copied Image is Improperly Sized When Auto Fit Page is selected as the Reduce/Enlarge setting on the LCD panel and the border of the original document is white or very light, the size of the original might not be recognized correctly.

  • Page 89: Clearing The Jammed Paper

    Clearing the Jammed Paper If paper is jammed inside this product, an error message appears on the LCD panel. You may be able to clear the jammed paper using the Control Panel. Follow the instructions below. Press the x Color button to eject the jammed paper. If the jammed paper is not ejected, go on to the next step.

  • Page 90: Contacting Customer Support

    Contacting Customer Support Regional Customer Services If your EPSON product is not operating properly and you cannot solve the problem using the troubleshooting information in your product documentation, contact customer support services for assistance. If customer support for your area is not listed below, contact the dealer where you purchased your product.

  • Page 91

    For users in the Middle East Telephone Email For users in Scandinavia Telephone For users in South Africa Telephone Contacting Customer Support http://support.epson.com (562)276-1300 (U.S.) (905)709-9475 (Canada) http://www.epson.co.uk The Republic of Ireland http://www.epson.com +971 4 352 4488 +971 4 351 6617 epson_support@compubase.co.ae...

  • Page 92

    Telephone For users in Singapore Telephone For users in Thailand Telephone For users in Indonesia Telephone/Fax Telephone For users in Hong Kong Phone http://www.epson.com.au 1300 361 054 (02) 9903 9189 http://www.epson.com.sg (65) 6586 3111 http://www.epson.co.th (66)2-670-0333 http://www.epson.co.id Jakarta (62) 21-62301104...

  • Page 93

    For users in Malaysia Phone For users in India Phone For users in the Philippines Phone E-mail Contacting Customer Support http://www.epson.com.my 603-56288333 http://www.epson.co.in 1600 440011 http://www.epson.com.ph (63) 2-813-6567 (63) 2-813-6545 customersupport@epc.epson.com.ph...

  • Page 94: Product Information

    Product Information Product Specifications Electrical 120V Model Input voltage range Rated frequency range Power consumption 220-240V Model Input voltage range Rated frequency range Power consumption Note: Check the label on the back of this product for the voltage information. Environmental Temperature 108 to 132V 50 to 60 Hz...

  • Page 95: Mechanical

    Mechanical Paper path Sheet feeder capacity Dimensions Weight Printing Printing method Nozzle configuration Scanning Scanner type Document size Scanning resolution Product Information Sheet feeder, rear entry About 120 sheets at 64 g/m² (17 lb) paper 456 mm 439 mm 256 mm H, not including rubber feet and loading tray) Approx.

  • Page 96: Paper

    Since the quality of any particular brand or type of paper may be changed by the manufacturer at any time, EPSON cannot guarantee the quality of any non-EPSON brand or type of paper. Always test a sample of paper stock before purchasing large quantities or printing large jobs.

  • Page 97

    Size Paper types Photo Quality Ink Jet Cards: Size Paper types Product Information A4 (210 297 mm) Special paper distributed by EPSON A4 (210 297 mm) Special paper distributed by EPSON A4 (210 297 mm) Letter (216 279 mm) Special paper distributed by EPSON...

  • Page 98

    5 × 8" (127 203 mm) 8 × 10" (203 254 mm) Plain bond paper, air mail A4 (210 297 mm) Special paper distributed by EPSON A4 (210 297 mm) Letter (216 279 mm) Special paper distributed by EPSON A4 (210...

  • Page 99

    ColorLife™ Photo Paper: Size Paper types Ink Jet Transparencies: Size Paper types Product Information Letter (216 279 mm) Special paper distributed by EPSON A4 (210 297 mm) Letter (216 279 mm) 7"(127 178 mm) 150 mm Special paper distributed by EPSON...

  • Page 100: Printable Area

    Note: Poor quality paper may reduce the print quality and cause paper jams or other problems. If you have print quality problems, switch to a higher grade paper. Do not load curled or folded paper. Use paper under normal conditions: Temperature 15 to 25°C (59 to 77°F) Humidity 40 to 60% RH Printable area...

  • Page 101

    EPSON OVERSEAS MARKETING LOCATIONS Epson America, Inc. 3840 Kilroy Airport Way Long Beach, CA 90806 Phone: (562) 981-3840 Fax: (562) 290-5220 EPSON DEUTSCHLAND GmbH Zülpicher Straße 6, 40549 Düsseldorf Germany Phone: (0211) 56030 Fax: (0211) 5047787 EPSON AUSTRALIA PTY. LTD.

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