Epson Stylus Photo 875DC Printer Basics Manual

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  • Page 1: Printer Basics

    Printer Basics Printed on recycled paper with at least 15% post-consumer content.

  • Page 2: Copyright Notice

    SEIKO EPSON CORPORATION. The information contained herein is designed only for use with this EPSON printer. EPSON is not responsible for any use of this information as applied to other printers.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Contents WELCOME! About Your Software About Your Documentation Warnings, Cautions, Notes, and Tips Windows System Requirements Macintosh System Requirements ENERGY STAR Compliance Important Safety Instructions Ink Cartridge Safety Instructions VIEWING YOUR ELECTRONIC PRINTER MANUAL Accessing Your Electronic Printer Manual Navigating Your Electronic Printer Manual PRINTING FROM START TO FINISH Printing with Windows Loading Paper...

  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Using Advanced Settings Using Advanced Color Management Printing CMYK Format Files Using Color Management Profiles Using Special Papers EPSON Premium Glossy Photo Paper EPSON Photo Paper Matte Paper - Heavyweight Envelopes Selecting Your Paper Type Taking Care of Your Photographs...

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    MAINTAINING YOUR PRINTER Cleaning the Print Head Using the Head Cleaning Utility Using the Control Panel to Clean the Print Head Examining the Nozzle Check Pattern Replacing an Ink Cartridge Removing and Installing Ink Cartridges Aligning the Print Head Cleaning the Printer Transporting the Printer PROBLEM SOLVING Diagnosing Printer Problems...

  • Page 6

    Where To Get Help EPSON Technical Support EPSON Accessories Bonus Photo Software Technical Support INDEX...

  • Page 7: Welcome

    Whether you get your photos with a digital camera, scanner, or digital photo processing service, or download them off the World Wide Web, you’ll get real photo lab results. Using EPSON’s specially formulated inks and lightfast Premium Glossy Photo or Matte Heavyweight paper, you can cherish your digital photographs for years to come, just like your traditionally printed photos.

  • Page 8: About Your Software

    World Wide Web. It’s a good idea to check EPSON’s support web site periodically for possible updates to your printer driver. Visit http://support.epson.com and check the section for your product to see if there is a new driver available, free of charge, for downloading to your computer.

  • Page 9: About Your Documentation, Warnings, Cautions, Notes, And Tips

    About Your Documentation To set up your printer and install its software, see the Start Here poster. This book contains system requirements, important safety information, and instructions on: viewing your electronic printer manual printing with Windows or on a Macintosh using special papers using your memory card maintaining the printer...

  • Page 10: Windows System Requirements

    Windows System Requirements To use your printer and its software, your system should have: ® ® A Microsoft Windows compatible PC with a Pentium processor (200 MHz or faster recommended) Windows 98 or Windows 2000 64MB of RAM (128MB or more recommended) 100MB of free hard disk space (200MB or more recommended) CD-ROM or DVD drive for installing the printer software SVGA or better display adapter and monitor...

  • Page 11: Macintosh System Requirements

    Macintosh System Requirements To use your printer and its software, your system should have: ® ™ ® An Apple iMac series computer or Power Macintosh G3 or G4 with USB port Mac OS 8.5 or later If you have an iMac and you’re running OS 8.5 or 8.5.1, Apple recommends that you install iMac Update 1.1.

  • Page 12: Important Safety Instructions

    Compliance NERGY As an E Partner, EPSON has determined that NERGY this product meets the E guidelines for energy NERGY efficiency. The EPA E office equipment NERGY program is a voluntary partnership with the computer and office equipment industry to promote the introduction of...

  • Page 13: Ink Cartridge Safety Instructions

    Turn off and unplug the printer before cleaning. Clean with a damp cloth only. Do not spill liquid on the printer. Always turn the printer off using the Ppower button. Don’t switch off the power strip or unplug the printer until the Ppower light is off. Do not block or cover the openings in the printer’s case or insert objects through the slots.

  • Page 14

    If you remove an ink cartridge for later use, be sure to protect the ink supply area from dirt and dust, and store it in the same environment as the printer. Note that there is a valve in the ink supply port, making covers or plugs unnecessary, but care is needed to prevent the ink from staining items that the cartridge touches.

  • Page 15: Viewing Your Electronic Printer Manual, Accessing Your Electronic Printer Manual

    Follow these steps: 1. Insert your printer software CD-ROM. 2. Windows: Double-click , double-click your CD-ROM or My Computer DVD drive icon, then double-click the icon. EPSON Macintosh: Double-click the CD-ROM icon, then double-click the EPSON icon. EPSON The Main Menu appears:...

  • Page 16: Navigating Your Electronic Printer Manual

    , and double-click Start Programs EPSON ESP875DC Guide Macintosh: Open the folder and double-click EPSON Stylus Photo 875DC View Reference Guide Navigating Your Electronic Printer Manual When you first open the Reference Guide, you see this screen: Click here to expand the...

  • Page 17

    After expanding the table of contents, you can click on the topic you want to view. If there’s a right arrow , click it to view subtopics, then click on a topic to go to it. Click the down arrow to close a subtopic list.

  • Page 19: Printing From Start To Finish

    Follow the instructions in these sections: “Printing with Windows” on page 14 “Printing on a Macintosh” on page 19 If you’re already familiar with EPSON ink jet printing, you can skip ahead to these sections: “Using PhotoEnhance,™ Custom, and Advanced Settings”...

  • Page 20: Printing With Windows, Loading Paper

    Printing with Windows This section describes the basic steps for printing with Windows. (To print on a Macintosh, see page 19.) Loading Paper Load paper only up Slide paper against the to this arrow right edge guide Make sure your printer and computer are turned on.

  • Page 21: Opening The Printer Software

    Make the following selections on the Print window (your window may look slightly different): Make sure your printer model is selected. EPSON Stylus Photo 875DC Click the button. (If you see a Setup, Printer, or Options button, click Properties it. Then click on the next screen.)

  • Page 22: Selecting Printer Software Settings

    Selecting Printer Software Settings Once you click , you see your printer software Properties window. Properties The most important thing to remember is to select the type of paper you’re using. If necessary, click the tab to display the settings shown below: Main Select the type of paper you loaded Select the ink color...

  • Page 23

    You do this using the Windows Printers utility: 1. Click , point to , and Start Settings then select Printers 2. Right-click the Right-click EPSON Stylus Photo your printer printer icon. 875DC icon . . . 3. Select Properties 4. Click the tab. Main 5.

  • Page 24: Controlling Printing

    Controlling Printing At the Print dialog box, click (or maybe ) to start printing. Print Click OK to start printing After a moment, the Progress Meter appears and shows the progress of your print job. You can use the buttons to cancel, pause, or restart printing. You can also see how much ink you have left and view printing tips.

  • Page 25: Printing On A Macintosh, Loading Paper

    Printing on a Macintosh This section describes the basic steps for printing on a Macintosh. (To print with Windows, see page 14.) Loading Paper Load paper only up to this arrow Slide paper against the Make sure your printer and right edge guide computer are turned on.

  • Page 26

    Click OK Make the following selections on the page setup window (your window may look slightly different): Make sure your EPSON Stylus Photo 875DC printer ( ) is selected. (If SP 875DC the printer model is incorrect, you need to select your printer in the Chooser; see the Start Here poster for instructions.)

  • Page 27

    Selecting Printer Software Settings Now open the File menu and click . You see the main printer settings window Print for your application (your window may look slightly different): Select the type of paper you loaded Select the Ink color Select Automatic mode Select higher-quality or faster printing The most important thing to remember is to select the type of paper you’re using.

  • Page 28

    EPSON from the Application menu at the right side of the menu bar to check the Monitor3 progress of your print job. You see the EPSON Monitor3 dialog box: Click to restart your print job Click to pause printing Click to cancel printing...

  • Page 29: Using Photoenhance

    ™ Using PhotoEnhance, Custom, and Advanced Settings When you’re printing special projects, you can customize your printer software settings, as described in these sections: “Using PhotoEnhance” below “Using Custom Settings” on the next page “Using Advanced Settings” on the next page For additional information on these settings, see the electronic Reference Guide, as described on page 9.

  • Page 30: Using Custom Settings, Using Advanced Settings

    Using Custom Settings Your printer software includes custom project types with preset printing options. This lets you quickly select the best settings for your particular type of document, or select a color-matching method for your project. You can select from these project types: : For printing graphics-intensive documents like presentations with Text/Graph charts and graphs.

  • Page 31: Using Advanced Color Management, Printing Cmyk Format Files, Using Color Management Profiles

    Using Advanced Color Management Here are some tips for using the advanced color management features of your printer software. For more information, visit the EPSON Web site at www.epson.com. If ® you’re using an Adobe product, such as PhotoDeluxe or Photoshop, also check the Adobe Web site at www.adobe.com for more tips.

  • Page 32: Using Special Papers, Epson Premium Glossy Photo Paper

    See page 34 for a list of Media Type settings for different kinds of paper. For a list of EPSON special ink jet papers and ordering information, see the inside back cover.

  • Page 33

    4-Inch Wide Roll Paper Follow these steps to load the roll paper: 1. Make sure your printer and computer are turned on. 2. Before loading the paper, make sure the edge is cut cleanly—at a 90 degree angle in each corner—to ensure proper loading. If necessary, trim the edge using a straight-edge tool or triangle.

  • Page 34

    5. Load the end of the paper into the printer as far as it will go, then slide the left edge guide against the paper. 6. Gently hold the paper in place on the top as your press and release the E load/eject button to feed the paper into the printer.

  • Page 35: Removing And Storing Roll Paper, Roll Paper Basics

    Removing and Storing Roll Paper When you finish a print job on roll paper, you can position the paper for another roll paper print job or remove it from the printer. Follow these steps: 1. Press the E load/eject button. The printer prints a small line on the roll paper to show you where to cut it and feeds the paper forward.

  • Page 36: Epson Photo Paper

    47. EPSON Photo Paper You can use EPSON Photo Paper to print photographs that look almost as good as the ones you get from film processing. Photo Paper is available in a variety of sizes.

  • Page 37

    4 x 6-inch Photo Paper The EPSON 4 6-inch Photo Paper that came with your printer is micro-perforated around the edges so you can trim your printouts and “bleed” the photo—extend it beyond the perforations—on all sides. This procedure explains how to print your photos from most applications so that they bleed a little beyond the perforations.

  • Page 38

    4. Choose as the Paper Size Photo Paper 4 6 in setting. Remove the margins 5. After you print your picture, fold the paper back and forth along the perforations and carefully tear off the margins. If your printout doesn’t extend beyond the perforations on the paper, try setting the print orientation in your printer driver.

  • Page 39: Matte Paper - Heavyweight, Envelopes

    Matte Paper - Heavyweight Matte Paper - Heavyweight has a professional-looking, flat matte finish for printing photos, graphics, and digital fine art on a non-glossy surface. Using Genuine EPSON inks and this paper, your output has greater lightfastness than standard color photo lab prints in an album or in normal indoor display conditions in a glass frame.

  • Page 40: Selecting Your Paper Type

    Photo Quality Glossy Film EPSON Photo Stickers EPSON Ink Jet Transparencies Ink Jet Transparencies If any paper you buy comes with a cleaning sheet, don’t use the cleaning sheet with this printer unless instructed to do so by EPSON technical support.

  • Page 41: Taking Care Of Your Photographs

    35 mm prints. Prints using other types of EPSON media, like EPSON Photo Paper, are less fade-resistant in display conditions, but can be preserved as long as traditional prints if kept in a photo album.

  • Page 43: Working With Your Memory Card

    It also includes instructions for printing on your sample roll of 4-inch EPSON Premium Glossy Photo Paper and 4 6-inch EPSON Photo Paper. You can also print from other programs, such as Adobe PhotoDeluxe, or use your printer software to upload photos from your hard drive to your memory card.

  • Page 44: Inserting And Removing Your Card, Inserting A Memory Card

    Inserting and Removing Your Card This section explains how to insert and remove a memory card, and gives some important guidelines for using your card. It also explains how to disable the automatic launch of Image Expert, if you prefer to use a different application with your memory card.

  • Page 45

    If you’re running Windows, you see the Image Expert Quick Tour screen. Click . (Click to deselect in the lower left corner if you don’t Close Show at startup want to see the Quick Tour screen at startup.) You see a screen similar to the one below: Click here to view pictures on your memory card...

  • Page 46: Removing A Memory Card

    Removing a Memory Card You should eject your memory card before you use EPSON USB RW Switcher to toggle between read-only and write-to-disk mode (see page 55.) If you have a Macintosh or you’re running Windows 2000 and have enabled write-to-disk mode, you should also eject your memory card before you turn off your printer or disconnect the USB cable.

  • Page 47: If You Don't Want To Start Image Expert Automatically

    Macintosh. If You Don’t Want to Start Image Expert Automatically. . . You can close EPSON PhotoStarter, the utility that starts Image Expert whenever you insert your memory card. Windows: Right-click the...

  • Page 48: Using Image Expert With Your Card, Viewing Photos On Your Memory Card

    For complete details, see your Image Expert online help or your electronic Image Expert User Guide. You’ll use Acrobat Reader to view this manual. To find the manual, Epson insert your printer CD-ROM in your drive, double-click the apps CD-ROM icon if necessary, and then double-click the folder.

  • Page 49

    Thumbnails of the pictures on your card appear in Image Expert’s work area. Now you’re ready to copy them to your hard drive.

  • Page 50: What To Do If You See An Error Message

    2. In the Connect Via box, select PC Card 3. Click If your digital camera is not made by Epson, your photos may be saved to a different folder on your card. Delete the path in the Search Path for Removable Media box and type the name of the folder to which photos are saved on your card.

  • Page 51: Copying Photos To Your Computer

    Copying Photos to Your Computer To correct or print photos using Image Expert, you need to copy them to your hard drive. You can copy all the pictures in your memory card, or just selected pictures. Follow these steps: 1. To copy all the pictures on the card, click the Get Images button, or select from the Camera menu.

  • Page 52

    4. Close the PC Card filmstrip, if necessary. You see a message similar to the following: Unless you’ve used EPSON USB R/W Switcher to enable write-to-disk mode, you can’t erase the pictures because your card is write-protected. See “Uploading Photos to Your Memory Card”...

  • Page 53: Printing Photos On 4-inch Wide Roll Paper

    Printing Photos on 4-Inch Wide Roll Paper This section explains how to print continuous, edge-to-edge photos on your roll paper. Make sure you’ve copied your pictures to your hard drive before you begin. Windows Instructions 1. Follow the instructions on page 27 to load the roll paper. Then start Image Expert.

  • Page 54: Macintosh Instructions

    10. Select from the layout list in the Image Expert toolbar. Your first image appears on the screen. (To view all of your images in the sequence in which they’ll print, click the Next Page button.) 11. If your photo is not already in landscape orientation, click the Landscape button.

  • Page 55

    3. Make any corrections you want to the photos. Remember to double-click each image to open it before you make any edits. If you edit an image without opening it, you can’t undo the changes. 4. If you only want to print selected images, click the thumbnails for the images you want while holding down the key.

  • Page 56: Printing Photos On 4 X 6-inch Photo Paper

    Printing Photos on 4 x 6-Inch Photo Paper This procedure lets you print your photos so they extend slightly beyond the perforations on your paper. Before you begin, make sure you’ve copied your images to your hard drive. Windows Instructions 1.

  • Page 57

    10. In the Image Expert toolbar, select from the layout EPSON Photo Paper 4 6 in list. Then click the Landscape button, if your photo is not already in landscape orientation. 11. Click the Print button. Then click to begin printing.

  • Page 58

    Photo Paper 8. Click , then click again to close your printer software. 9. In the Image Expert toolbar, select from the layout EPSON Photo Paper 4 6 in list. 10. Click the Print button. Then click to begin printing. Print After you print your picture, fold the paper back and forth along the perforations and carefully tear off the margins.

  • Page 59: Using Adobe Photodeluxe With Your Memory Card

    Using Adobe PhotoDeluxe with Your Memory Card You can also use PhotoDeluxe to access your memory card. You can print only one photo at a time, but you can print multiple copies of the same photo. Follow these steps to access the images on your memory card: 1.

  • Page 60

    2. Windows: Click the tab, then click the icon and Get & Fix Photo Get Photo select Open File Macintosh: Click the button, then click the tab and select Get Photo Get Photo Open File 3. Windows applies the label to the drive assigned to your memory Removable Disk card, and Macintosh labels it...

  • Page 61: Uploading Photos To Your Memory Card

    Uploading Photos to Your Memory Card To upload photos from your computer to your memory card, EPSON USB RW Switcher must be installed on your computer. USB RW Switcher lets you toggle between read-only mode and write-to-disk mode on your memory card.

  • Page 62

    “drive”. (Windows identifies the card as a ; your Macintosh Removable Disk may title it Unknown 6. If you have an Epson camera, drag the photos from your hard drive to the following directory on your memory card: (where is the D:\Dcim\100epson drive assigned to your card).

  • Page 63

    You see one of the screens below: Macintosh Windows 8. Click...

  • Page 65: Maintaining Your Printer, Cleaning The Print Head

    It’s a good idea to turn on your printer at least once a month to maintain good print quality. If any paper you buy comes with a cleaning sheet, don’t use the cleaning sheet with your printer unless instructed to do so by EPSON technical support.

  • Page 66: Using The Head Cleaning Utility

    15 (Windows) or page 20 (Macintosh). Or, with Windows, click , point to , then select . Right-click Start Settings Printers printer icon in the Printers window. Then EPSON Stylus Photo 875DC select Properties 3. Windows: Click the tab. Utility Macintosh: Click the Utility button.

  • Page 67: Using The Control Panel To Clean The Print Head

    7. If the nozzle check pattern has no gaps in its dots, click Finish If the pattern is missing dots, click to clean the print head again. If you Clean don’t see any improvement after cleaning three or four times, check the solutions in “Problems Getting Good Print Quality”...

  • Page 68: Examining The Nozzle Check Pattern

    Or, with Windows, click , point to , then select . Right-click Start Settings Printers printer icon in the Printers window. Then EPSON Stylus Photo 875DC select Properties 5. Windows: Click the tab. Utility Macintosh: Click the Utility button. 6. Make sure paper is loaded in the printer, click the...

  • Page 69: Replacing An Ink Cartridge

    Use these EPSON ink cartridges within six months of installing them and before the expiration date on the package: Country...

  • Page 70: Removing And Installing Ink Cartridges

    Removing and Installing Ink Cartridges Be sure you have a new ink cartridge before you begin. Once you start the ink cartridge replacement procedure, you must complete all the steps in one session. Follow these steps to replace ink cartridges: 1.

  • Page 71

    6. Unwrap the new ink cartridge. Then remove the yellow tape seal on top. You must remove the yellow tape from the top of the cartridge or you will permanently damage it. Don’t pull off the blue portion black cartridge color cartridge or try to remove the clear seal underneath the cartridge.

  • Page 72: Aligning The Print Head

    Load paper that’s at least 8.27 inches (210 mm) wide to prevent ink from spraying inside the printer and smudging your printouts. For the best results, load EPSON ink jet paper in the printer whenever you check the print head alignment. Don’t use plain, recycled, or photocopier paper.

  • Page 73: Cleaning The Printer

    3. Windows: Click the tab. Utility Macintosh: Click the Utility button. 4. You see the Utility menu. Click the button. Print Head Alignment 5. Follow the instructions on the screen to print a test page. 6. Select the most precise alignment pattern from the choices on the test Print Head page.

  • Page 74: Transporting The Printer

    Transporting the Printer If you move your printer some distance, you need to prepare it for transportation in its original box or one of a similar size. Follow these steps: To avoid damage, always leave the ink cartridges installed when transporting the printer.

  • Page 75: Problem Solving, Diagnosing Printer Problems, Checking The Control Panel Lights

    Then see “Problems and Solutions” on page 73 for solutions to common setup, software, print quality, paper feeding, or other problems. It’s a good idea to check EPSON’s web site periodically for possible updates to your printer driver. Visit http://support.epson.com and check the section for your product to see if there is a new driver available, free of charge, for downloading to your computer.

  • Page 76

    Turn off the printer, open the cover, and check inside for any jammed paper. Then turn the printer back on. If the lights still flash and/or come on, contact your dealer or EPSON; see page 86 for information.

  • Page 77: Running A Printer Check

    If the check page doesn’t print, you may have a problem with your printer. Try the suggestions in “Problems and Solutions” beginning on page 73. If nothing seems to work, contact your dealer or EPSON as described on page 86.

  • Page 78: Identifying Printer Parts

    Identifying Printer Parts If you need help identifying the parts of the printer, refer to these illustrations: paper support card access light card eject lever right edge guide sheet printer cover feeder left edge guide memory card slot output tray extensions output tray ink cartridge holders (not removable)

  • Page 79: Problems And Solutions, Problems Setting Up The Printer Or Installing Software

    Ppower light is still flashing after five minutes, turn off the printer. If the light is still flashing when you turn it back on, contact your EPSON dealer or see “Where To Get Help” on page 86.

  • Page 80: Problems With Printing

    Clear space on your hard disk or application software are installed run a defragmentation utility. correctly. Close open applications that Make sure the EPSON Stylus you’re not using. is selected as the Photo 875DC Increase your system’s RAM. default printer in the Printers...

  • Page 81: Problems Getting Good Print Quality

    You see vertical banding. Make sure the print head nozzles are Run the Print Head Alignment not clogged. To clean the print head, utility using EPSON ink jet paper. see page 59. See page 66 for instructions. Make sure the Media Type setting Make sure the paper thickness lever is matches the paper you loaded.

  • Page 82

    63. Reference Guide. Make sure the setting Media Type Use EPSON papers to ensure proper matches the paper you loaded. See saturation and absorption of genuine page 34 for guidelines. EPSON inks. Non-EPSON media may not be compatible and may Make sure your paper isn’t damaged,...

  • Page 83

    You see colored hues in the gray parts of a black-and-white photograph. You may be printing the gray tones in color mode. Color mode provides the smoothest gradations, but may make some hues noticeable. To eliminate color hues from the gray tones, make sure the setting matches Media Type...

  • Page 84: Problems With The Memory Card

    100epson folder, if you have an Dcim Make sure your connection is set EPSON camera. (If your camera is . Select PC Card Connection made by a different manufacturer, from Image Expert’s Camera the path to your image folder is...

  • Page 85

    EPSON USB RW Switcher doesn’t You see a message on your screen toggle between read-only mode that data may be damaged by and write-to-disk mode. improper disconnection of the USB cable (Macintosh only). Make sure EPSON Stylus Photo is selected as the default...

  • Page 86: Problems With Paper Feeding

    Problems with Paper Feeding Paper doesn’t feed. If you’re loading roll paper, carefully follow the steps on page 27. Remove the paper and check that it: Isn’t curled or creased Paper jams inside the printer. Isn’t too old Press the E load/eject button, turn Isn’t loaded above the arrow on off your printer, open the cover, and the left edge guide...

  • Page 87: Solving Miscellaneous Printout Problems

    Margins) software (see page 24) or the mirror get the margins you want. setting in your application software. (If you’re printing on EPSON You see incorrect characters. Iron-On Cool Peel Transfer Paper, Make sure the interface cable is the image should be inverted so it securely connected and that the looks correct when it’s ironed on.)

  • Page 88: Uninstalling Printer Software, Uninstalling Windows 98 Software

    Add/Remove 6. On the Printer Model tab, select the printer icon. EPSON Stylus Photo 875DC Then click the Utility tab. Make sure EPSON USB Memory Card Driver selected, then click 7. Follow the instructions on the screen. When you’re done, click EPSON USB in the program list;...

  • Page 89: Uninstalling Windows 2000 Software

    Change/Remove 6. On the Printer Model tab, select the printer icon. EPSON Stylus Photo 875DC Then click the Utility tab. Make sure EPSON USB Memory Card Driver selected, then click 7. Follow the instructions on the screen. When you’re done, click EPSON in the program list;...

  • Page 90: Uninstalling Macintosh Software

    Wait for the message that the memory card can be removed, then press the card eject lever to eject the card. 2. Exit EPSON PhotoStarter. (Click the Application menu on the right side of your desktop’s menubar, and then click .

  • Page 91: Reinstalling Printer Software

    EPSON USBStorageClass1 EPSON Printer Server 10. Drag the following applications to the trash: EPSON Monitor 3 EPSON , and PhotoStarter EPSON USB RW Switcher 11. Drag the and the library to the EPSON Printer Library EPSON Printer Utility trash. 12. Drag the following folders to the trash:...

  • Page 92: Where To Get Help, Epson Technical Support

    For help using any other software on your system, see the documentation for that software for technical support information. EPSON Technical Support EPSON provides technical assistance 24 hours a day through the electronic support services and automated telephone services listed in the following table: Service Access...

  • Page 93: Epson Accessories, Bonus Photo Software Technical Support

    Description of the problem EPSON Accessories You can purchase ink cartridges, paper, manuals, and accessories from EPSON Accessories at (800) 873-7766 or visit our web site at www.epsonsupplies.com (U.S. sales only). In Canada, please call (800) 873-7766 for dealer referral.

  • Page 95: Index

    Control panel, 61, 69 to 71 Controlling printing, 18, 22 Head Cleaning utility, 59 to 61 Copies setting, 80 Help, EPSON, 86 to 87 Copying photos to your computer, 45 to 46 High Quality Ink Jet Paper, 34 Custom project types, 23 to 24...

  • Page 96

    37 printing on roll paper, 47 to 49 uploading photos to, 55 to 57 support, 87 using with non-EPSON cameras, 44, 54 viewing photos on memory card, 42 to 44 using with PhotoDeluxe, 53 to 54 Incorrect characters, 81...

  • Page 97

    67 printing edge-to-edge, 47 to 49 control panel, 61, 69 to 71 removing, 29 maintaining, 59 to 67 RW Switcher, EPSON USB, 55 to 57, 79 noise, 74 parts, 72 problems, 69 to 71 status, 18, 22, 70 to 71...

  • Page 98

    Text/Graph setting, 24 Thickness lever, 33, 75, 76 Transfer Paper, Iron-On Cool Peel, 34, 81 Transparencies, 34 Transporting printer, 68 Troubleshooting, 69 to 87 Uninstalling software, 82 to 85 Uploading photos to memory card, 55 to 57 USB RW Switcher, 55 to 57, 79 Utilities Head Cleaning, 59 to 61 Print Head Alignment, 66 to 67...

  • Page 99: Fcc Compliance Statement, For United States Users, For Canadian Users, Declaration Of Conformity

    DECLARATION of CONFORMITY According to 47CFR, Part 2 and 15 for Class B Personal Computers and Peripherals; and/or CPU Boards and Power Supplies used with Class B Personal Computers: EPSON AMERICA, INC. Located at: MS: 6-43 3840 Kilroy Airport Way...

  • Page 101: How To Order Epson Ink And Paper

    How to Order EPSON Ink and Paper To order EPSON ink cartridges and paper, contact your dealer or call EPSON Accessories at (800) 873-7766 or visit our web site at www.epsonsupplies.com (U.S. sales only). In Canada, please call (800) 873-7766 for dealer referral.

  • Page 102: Photo Quality Ink Jet Paper

    EPSON Ink Jet Papers Use EPSON paper and inks to get the same photo quality results that earn EPSON printers all of their awards! EPSON papers are specially coated to work with EPSON quick drying inks. You’ll notice that when prints come out of your printer, you can immediately handle them. There is no drying time, no smearing or smudging, and your image is clean and smooth.

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