Quick Setup ® Here’s how to set up your new EPSON Stylus Photo printer . . . Unpack the Printer Remove any packing material from the printer, as described on the Notice Sheet in the box. Save all the packaging so you can use it if you need to transport the printer later.
Attach the Paper Support Insert the paper support in the top slot on the back of the printer. Plug In the Printer First make sure the power is off. power Caution: Do not plug the printer into an outlet controlled by a wall switch or timer, or on the same circuit as a large appliance.
Install the Ink Cartridges Lower the output tray and raise the printer cover. Press the power button to turn on the printer. The power light flashes, the ink out lights come on, and the ink cartridge holders move to the installation position. Pull up the two ink cartridge clamps.
5. Lower the ink cartridges into their holders with the labels face up and the arrows pointing toward the back of the printer. black ink Warning: cartridge If ink gets on your hands, wash them color ink thoroughly with soap cartridge and water.
Load the Paper 1. Slide the left edge guide all the way left and pull out the output tray extensions. Note: Keep unused paper in its original packaging and store it in a cool, dark place. 2. Fan a stack of plain paper and then even the edges. 3.
Chapter 6 in your User’s Guide for more information. Connect the Printer to Your Computer ™ ® You can connect your EPSON Stylus Photo to either an IBM ® ® compatible PC or an Apple Macintosh .
Do not install a driver and click OK. software on diskettes or download it through your 2. Insert the EPSON Digital Darkroom CD-ROM in your drive. modem. Check out The EPSON Digital Darkroom main screen appears. EPSON’s Home Page at http://www.
4. If you’re using the printer port on your Macintosh, make sure AppleTalk is inactive. EPSON is a registered trademark and EPSON Stylus is a trademark of SEIKO EPSON CORPORATION. General Notice: Other product names used herein are for identification purposes only and may be trademarks of their respective owners.