edge guide document cover transportation lock lever external device USB connector Parts sheet feeder reflective document mat scanner unit paper support feeder guard output tray document table control panel (See “Control Panel Functions” on page 12.) memory card slot cartridge cover protective material...
Safety Instructions Important 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.
❏ The IC chip on this ink cartridge retains a variety of cartridge related-information, such as the amount of ink remaining, so that a cartridge may be removed and reinserted freely. However, each time the cartridge is inserted, some ink is consumed because the printer automatically performs a reliability check.
❏ Leave the ink cartridges installed. Removing the cartridges can dehydrate the print head and may prevent this product from printing. ❏ 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;...
❏ Do not touch the green IC chip on the side of the cartridge. This can damage the ink cartridge. ❏ Do not remove or tear the label on the cartridge; otherwise, ink will leak. When using the LCD panel ❏...
Using the Control Panel Control Panel Functions LCD panel Displays a preview of the selected images, items or settings which can be changed with the buttons and error messages. For details about error messages, see “Error Messages” on page 73. Lights Light ! Error...
Buttons Buttons P On Setup Load/Eject Copy Memory Card Film Print Scan Cancel Menu Recall/ Save 3 sec. x B&W x Color y Stop 4-Way Scroll Function Turns this product on and off. Enters the Setup Mode. Loads or ejects a paper. Enters the Copy Mode.
Adjusting the LCD panel density Press the Setup button. Select Adjust the density of the LCD panel. Press the r button to make the panel lighter, or the l button to make it darker. When the adjustment is finished, press the OK button. Using the Control Panel 1.
Copying Before copying, read “Notice and useful tips for copying” on page 22. Overview of the Basic Procedure Press the Copy button. Load paper and place the original document (see “Loading Paper” on page 16 or “Placing a Document on the Document Table” on page 19).
Loading Paper Note: ❏ Always load paper before you start printing. ❏ The print result is affected by the kind of paper you use. For the best quality, use the appropriate paper. ❏ Keep enough space in front of this product for paper to be fully ejected. Open the output tray and move the feeder guard towards you.
Fan a stack of paper, and then tap it on a flat surface to even the edges. Load the paper with the printable side facing down and resting against the guide of the feeder guard. guide Stand the stack of paper against the paper support and slide the left edge guide so that it meets the left edge of the paper.
Note: ❏ 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...
Placing a Document on the Document Table 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: An area of up to 2.5 mm from the edge of the document table glass cannot be scanned.
Changing the Copy Layout Copy Layout Standard* BorderFree Small Margins Repeat-Auto Repeat-4 Repeat-9 Repeat-16 Poster-4 Poster-9 Poster-16 2-up, 4-up Mirror Copy Photo * Indicates the default setting. Copying 1. Press the Menu button. 2. Select the Copy Layout. 3. Press the OK button. Feature Standard copy Copy without margins...
Changing Copy Setting Menu Item Number of copies Reduce/Enlarge Zoom In/Out Paper type Paper size Copy Quality Restoration Note: The available menu items, settings and default settings will vary according to the copy layout selected. 1. Select the Menu Item. 2.
Copy Density The copy density can be changed by nine steps. Menu Item Copy Density Notice and useful tips for copying Note for copying ❏ 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.
When copying in BorderFree or Small Margins layout 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. When copying in Poster layout Depending on the original image, the number of divided images may not be 4, 9, or 16 as you selected, because this product reads the entirely...
When copying in Copy Photo layout ❏ You can set 2 photos of the same size at a time. ❏ Make sure the document cover is closed. ❏ Position each photo at least 10 mm apart from its adjacent photo. Place each photo vertically as shown in the illustration below.
Printing Directly from a Memory Card Before printing photos from a memory card, you need to do the following: Load a memory card (see “Loading Memory Cards” on page 26) and appropriate paper (see “Loading Paper” on page 16). Note: You can only use A4 paper to print an Index Form.
Loading Memory Cards Loadable memory card The types of memory cards are shown below. Memory Stick SD Card SmartMedia CompactFlash * An adapter is required. Note: The method to use a memory card varies depending on its card type. Be sure to refer to the documentation packaged with your memory card for details.
Inserting memory cards Open the memory card slot cover. 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. Memory Stick/ MagicGate Memory Stick/Memory Stick Duo*/Memory Stick...
Note: You can load only one memory card at a time. Close the memory card slot cover. Caution: ❏ Do not try to squeeze the memory card into the slot. Memory cards cannot be fully inserted into the card slots. ❏...
Caution: ❏ Do not remove the memory card or turn off the product while the printing or while the memory card light is flashing. Data on the memory card may be lost. ❏ If you are using this product with a computer which has Windows 2000 or XP installed, never turn this product off or disconnect the USB cable with a memory card inserted in this product;...
Press the x Color button to start printing. Press the Cancel button to return to the top menu. Printing with Various Settings You can print photos to various sizes and types of paper with the appropriate settings. Select Printing Option Select Print All Print...
Press the x Color or x B&W button to start printing. Press the Cancel button to return to the top menu. Printing Enlarged Images You can enlarge and print your photos. Select Select the photo which you want to print. Change the print setting (see “Changing Print Settings”...
Select the upper left point of the zoom area by moving the Select the lower right point of the zoom area by moving the Printing Directly from a Memory Card icon. 1. Select the area. 2. Press the OK button. icon.
Confirm the preview image and press the OK button. Enter the number of copies by pressing the u/d button. Press the x Color or x B&W button to start printing. Press the Cancel button to return to the top menu. Printing Using an Index Sheet Using an Index Sheet is an easy and convenient way to print directly from a memory card.
Printing an Index Sheet Press the Memory Card button. Select Select x Color button to start printing. Printing photos by filling in the Index Sheet On the Index Sheet, 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.
Place the Index Sheet with its face down, and its top touching the front left edge of the document table (see “Placing a Document on the Document Table” on page 19). Press the x Color button to start printing. Press the Cancel button to return to the top menu. Printing an Index You can print index of all photos stored on a memory card.
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.
Load a memory card containing PRINT Image Framer data. Note: Be sure to properly save the PRINT Image Framer data which named “\EPUDL\AUTOLOAD.USD” to the memory card using the EPSON PRINT Image Framer Tool; otherwise “AUTOLOAD” will not appear on the LCD panel.
Printing photos with PRINT Image Framer Load a memory card containing photo data. Select Select Print Settings” on page 40). Note: When you select P.I.F. as the layout, paper size is set automatically. Confirm the layout and number of prints on the LCD panel. Press the x Color button or x B&W button to start printing.
Selecting Photos and Printing Options Printing Option Select Print All Print Range Print How to Select 1. Select the desired photo. 2. Set the number of prints. 3. Press the OK button (only for Custom Print). 1. Set the number of prints for each photo. 2.
Changing Print Settings Menu Item Setting Item Paper type Plain, BrightWhite, GlossyPhoto, Photo Paper, Prem. Glossy*, SemiGloss, Matte, PQIJ, Iron-on See page 18 for detailed settings. A4, 10 × 15 cm*, 4 × 6 in Paper size Layout BorderFree* With Border 2-up, 4-up, 8-up, 20-up Upper1/2...
Menu Item Setting Item Auto Correct P.I.M.* Exif Photo Enhance None Small Image Off* Brightness Brightest Brighter Standard* Darker Darkest Contrast Super High High Standard* Sharpness Sharpest Sharper Standard* Softer Softest Printing Directly from a Memory Card Description Prints using the PRINT Image Matching function. If the photo data does not include P.I.M., try printing with PhotoEnhance.
Menu Item Setting Item Saturation Most Sat. More Sat. Standard* Less Sat. Least Sat. Date None* Prints the yyyy.mm.dd shooting date. mmm.dd.yyyy dd.mmm.yyyy Time None* Prints the 12-hour shooting time. system 24-hour system Print Info. Off* Fit to Frame Bidirectional * Indicates the default setting.
Printing from Film Before printing photos from films, you need to do the following: Load and set film on the document table (see “Loading and Setting Film on the Document Table” on page 48). Load appropriate paper (see “Loading Paper” on page 16). Press the Film Print button.
Printing Basics You can print photos to 10 x 15 cm paper without altering any settings. Select Select the film type (see “Selecting the Film Type” on page 47). Select the desired photo and set the number of prints. Press the x Color or x B&W button to start printing. Printing from Film 1.
Printing with Various Settings You can print photos to various size and types of paper with the appropriate settings. Select Select the film type (see “Selecting the Film Type” on page 47). Select your desired photo and set the number of prints. Change the print setting (see “Changing Print Settings”...
Printing Enlarged Images You can enlarge and print photos from the film. Select Select the film type (see “Selecting the Film Type” on page 47). Select the desired photo. Change the print setting (see “Changing Print Settings” on page 47) if necessary and press the OK button.
Selecting the Film Type Negative Color Film Positive Color Film (Slide) Changing Print Settings Menu Item Setting Item Paper Type Plain, BrightWhite, Glossy Photo, Photo Paper, Prem. Glossy*, SemiGloss, Matte, PQIJ See page 18 for detailed settings. A4, 10 × 15 cm*, 4 × 6 in Paper Size Resolution Photo, Best Photo*...
Loading and Setting Film on the Document Table 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.
Load the transparency into the film holder and position it on the document table. 35 mm film strips Note: ❏ Place the film holder on the center of the document table. ❏ The base side of the film is the side where the film maker's name and film ID numbers can be read correctly.
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. See the Reference Guide for detail.
Insert the reflective document mat. Note: Make sure to hold the document cover with both hands. Close the document cover. Printing from Film...
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. Note: ❏ To scan images to a computer or e-mail, see the Reference Guide. ❏...
Select the appropriate scan settings. Setting Scan area Document Type Quality * Indicates the default setting. Quality affects the file size of images as follows: Document type Text Graphic * Indicates the default setting. ** A4, color document. Place an original document on the document table (see “Placing a Document on the Document Table”...
Scanning and Saving a film to a Memory Card Load a memory card (see “Loading Memory Cards” on page 26). Press the Film Print button to enter the Film Print Mode. Select Select the film type (see “Selecting the Film Type” on page 47). Select the desired photo and set the number of prints.
Select the Quality option by pressing the l/r buttons. Scan quality affects the file size of the images. Be sure to leave enough space according to the following table: Quality Fine Photo Press the x Color or x B&W button to start scanning. Confirm that the images were saved correctly and press the OK button.
Using Additional Features Printing Directly from a Digital Camera You can use this feature with digital cameras which support the USB DIRECT-PRINT or PictBridge functions. For more details on the operation of the digital camera, refer to its manual. Use a USB cable to connect the digital camera to this product. Note: ❏...
Press the Setup button and select the the u/d button, then press the OK button. Adjust the settings on the digital camera (e.g. paper size, paper type, and layout). Change the print setting (see “Changing Print Settings” on page 40) if necessary.
Press the Memory Card button. Select Confirm the messages on the LCD panel, then press the OK button. Press the OK button again to start the backup. Using Additional Features by using the u/d button, then press the OK button. 1.
You can use the following cartridges with this product. Black ink cartridge 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 Press the Setup button.
Precautions on Ink Cartridge Replacement ❏ If you need to remove an ink cartridge temporarily from this product, be sure to protect the ink supply area of the ink cartridge from dirt and dust. Store the ink cartridge in the same environment as this product.
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 60 and “When handling ink cartridges” on page 10. When the ink is empty: Refer to the LCD panel message to see which ink cartridge is empty, and then press the OK button.
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. ❏ Do not start replacing an ink cartridge before the print head stops.
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. There may be some ink around the ink supply port.
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. Close the scanner unit. The print head moves to its home position, and ink charging begins. When panel, press the OK button.
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. Note: When the ! Error light is on and a message appears on the LCD panel to prompt you to replace the ink cartridge or to indicate the ink is low, you cannot clean the print head.
Check the printout. 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 may be a clogged ink nozzle or a misaligned print head.
Press the Setup button. Select Confirm the messages on the LCD panel, then press the OK button to start Head cleaning. When 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”...
Aligning the Print Head If you notice vertical lines are not aligned properly on the nozzle check result, you may be able to solve this problem by aligning the print head. Note: Do not press the y Stop button to cancel printing while printing an alignment pattern.
Restoring Factory Settings This resets all the settings to default. If you use this function, the setting values for each mode will be reset to the values which were preset at the factory. Press the Setup button. Select then press the OK button. After confirming the message on the LCD panel, press the OK button to restore the settings.
Transporting This Product If you need to transport this product, carefully repack it using the original box (or a similar box that this product fits snugly into) and packing materials as follows: Caution: ❏ When storing or transporting this product, do not tilt it, stand it on its side, or turn it upside down.
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. Unplug the power cord from the electrical outlet and document cover’s cable from he TPU interface connector.
Remove the paper support and 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. Keep this product on a flat surface to protect it from shocks during transportation.
Troubleshooting Error Messages You can diagnose and solve most problems by checking the error messages on the LCD panel. If you can not solve the problems by checking the messages, use the following table and try the recommended solution. Note: The solutions are for the problems that happen when using this product stand alone.
Memory Card Caught Between the Memory Card Slot and the Memory Card Cover Keep the memory card cover open, and then push the memory card out with a stick. Clearing the Jammed Paper If paper is jammed inside this product, an error message appears on the LCD panel.
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.
For users in the Middle East E-mail Telephone For users in Scandinavia Telephone For users in South Africa Telephone Contacting Customer Support http://www.epson.co.uk 08701 637 766 01 679 9016 http://www.epson.com email@example.com +971 4 352 4488 +971 4 351 6617 http://www.epson.com...
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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 Environmental Temperature Mechanical Paper path Sheet feeder capacity Dimensions Weight 108 to 132V 50 to 60 Hz Approx.
5 × 7" (127 × 178 mm), 8 × 10" (203 × 254 mm), 3.5 × 5" (89 × 127 mm) Plain bond paper, special paper distributed by Epson 0.08 to 0.11 mm (0.003 to 0.004 inch) 64 g/m² (17 lb) to 90 g/m² (24 lb)
45 g/m² (12 lb) to 75 g/m² (20 lb) Premium Ink Jet Plain Paper A4 (210 × 297 mm) Size Paper types Special paper distributed by Epson Bright White Ink Jet Paper A4 (210 × 297 mm) Size Paper types...
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 ×...
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.
Printable area Refer to the appropriate section for printable area of a single sheet using copy mode. The diagonal lines indicates printable area. A: top margin B-L: left margin B-R: right margin C: bottom margin Note: Depending on the type of paper used, print quality may decline in the top and bottom areas of the printout, or these areas may be smeared.
Summary of Panel Setting Copy Mode Number of 1 to 99 copies Reduce/ Actual, Auto Fit Page 10 × 15 cm -> Enlarge A4 -> 10 × 15 cm, 4 × 6 in -> A4 -> 4 × 6 in, A4 -> A5, A5 ->...
Print Setting for Memory Card Mode Paper Type Plain, BrightWhite, GlossyPhoto, Photo Paper, Prem. Glossy, SemiGloss, Matte, PQIJ, Iron On A4, 10 × 15 cm, 4 × 6 in Paper Size Layout BorderFree, 2-up, 4-up, 8-up, 20-up, Upper1/2, With Border, P.I.F, Greeting Resolution Photo, Normal, Best Photo Filter...
Scan Mode Scan to Memory Card Scan to PC Scan to Email Scan Settings Scan area Auto cropping, Max area Document Text, Graphic Type Quality Normal, Photo, Fine Setup Mode LCD Contrast Adjustment Ink Levels Nozzle Check Head cleaning Ink Cartridge Head Alignment Language Restore to Factory Settings...