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Features Features Direct print This printer conforms to PictBridge, which is a standard common to digital cameras and printers. If you connect this printer to a PictBridge-compatible digital camera using a USB cable, you can print pictures stored in the digital camera directly from the camera. Variety of print This printer supports various printing options, including printing multiple instances of the same picture on one sheet (multi-printing), printing multiple different pictures on one sheet (index printing), printing pictures...
Operating procedure Operating procedure Use the following flowchart for reference: Plugging in to an outlet and turning the printer on/off (gpage 18) Loading the ribbon cartridge (gpage 19) Loading the paper and replacing the ribbon cartridge (gpage 32) Loading paper (gpage 22) Digital camera Connecting a digital camera to the printer Installing the printer driver (gpage 27)
Safety regulations Read this first Safety regulations Various icons are used in this manual to indicate correct product usage and to help prevent property damage and injury to customers and others. The meanings of these icons are described below. Icon Description Failure to follow instructions indicated by this icon may lead to serious injury or WARNING...
Safety regulations WARNING If this device acts abnormally, unplug it Do not use the printer if it emits smoke, unusual smells, strange sounds, or becomes unusually warm. Use under these conditions may cause fire or electric shock. Turn off and unplug the printer. Then contact your dealer. Should any liquid or foreign objects get into the printer, unplug the power cord Do not allow any liquids, metals, or flammable objects to get into the printer.
Safety regulations WARNING Do not disassemble or modify the printer The printer has both hot and high voltage parts on the inside. Touching these parts may result in burns, electric shock, and/or damage to the printer. Never attempt to disassemble or modify the printer as this may lead to electric shock or printer malfunction.
Safety regulations WARNING Do not use the printer with an AC adapter or power cord other than that specified/provided Do not use the provided AC adapter or power cord with any other devices Provide correct voltage Incorrect voltage may damage printer parts. Use with incorrect voltage may cause fire or electric shock.
Safety regulations CAUTION Ensure there is adequate ventilation around the printer Do not put the printer where there is poor ventilation, or on a soft surface such as a rug or bed. Do not put the printer on an unstable surface Do not put the printer on an unstable surface such as a shaky table.
Precautions Precautions When condensation occurs Condensation is the occurrence of water droplets forming on surfaces, and may occur under the following conditions: • The room where the printer is located is heated quickly. • Cool air from an air-conditioner blows directly onto the printer. •...
Precautions Appropriate installation locations Install the printer on a flat stable surface. Allow for suitable clearance around the printer. at least 100 mm (4") Notes • A space of at least 100 mm (4") is required behind the printer because paper is partially ejected from the rear of the printer during printing.
Checking the contents Check for the following contents when unpacking the printer. If one or more accessories are missing, contact your dealer. AC adapter (1) Power cord (1) Paper-cassette • USER’S MANUAL (this book) (1) CP-D2E software CD-ROM (printer driver) (1) EN-15...
Parts and controls Parts and controls Front Rear EN-16...
Parts and controls Number Name Function Power button Turns the power on/off (gpage 18). Power indicator Indicates the power is on/off (gpage 18). PAPER indicator Blinks when a paper error occurs (gpage 33). RIBBON indicator Blinks when a ribbon cartridge error occurs (gpage 33). Access indicator Indicates the printer status (gpage 33).
Plugging in to an outlet and turning the printer on/off Preparation Plugging in to an outlet and turning the printer on/ Plug the power cord into the AC adapter. Plug the power plug into a wall outlet, and then plug the DC plug into the DC-IN jack. Insert the power cord plug into the wall outlet.
Loading the ribbon cartridge Loading the ribbon cartridge About the paper/ink ribbon set For printing, paper/ink ribbon set (not supplied) are required. For details, refer to “About the paper/ink ribbon set” (gpage 38). Notes • Use ribbon cartridges and paper that are packaged together. •...
Loading the ribbon cartridge Insert the ribbon cartridge into the printer following the direction of the arrow, and then close the ribbon cartridge door completely. • Push the cartridge in until it clicks. • If the ribbon cartridge door cannot be closed completely, take out the ribbon cartridge and then reinsert it.
Loading the ribbon cartridge • When setting a ribbon cartridge aside, keep it upright to protect it from dust. Do not touch the ribbon or leave a ribbon cartridge in a dusty environment. Fingerprints or dust on a ribbon may cause printing quality to deteriorate. •...
Loading paper Loading paper Loading paper into the paper-cassette Open the paper-cassette cover. • Slide and pivot the paper-cassette cover following the direction of the arrow. Fan the paper stack properly and load the paper into the paper-cassette with the protection sheet facing up.
Loading paper Setting the paper-cassette into the printer Open the paper-cassette door. When closing the paper-cassette door, push the paper-cassette door tab in as you close the door until it clicks into place and locks. Remove the protection sheet. Protection sheet Insert the paper-cassette all the way.
Printing pictures from a digital camera Printing Printing pictures from a digital camera About PictBridge-compatible digital cameras You can print pictures directly by connecting your PictBridge-compatible digital camera to the printer. You can specify the pictures to be printed and the number of prints by following the instructions displayed on the LCD screen of the camera while it is connected to the printer.
Printing pictures from a digital camera Connecting a digital camera to the printer The procedure below assumes that you are connecting a PictBridge-compatible digital camera. Use the USB cable supplied with the digital camera to connect. Turn on the printer. For details, refer to “Plugging in to an outlet and turning the printer on/off”...
Printing pictures from a digital camera Using a digital camera to print Print the desired picture by following the instructions displayed on the digital camera screen. Sample digital camera screen The Access indicator on the printer blinks when printing is in progress. The indicator turns off when printing ends.
Printing pictures from a PC Printing pictures from a PC Note Images that were not taken by a digital camera must be printed by a PC. Installing the printer driver (during initial setup) Supported Windows operating systems: Windows 2000/XP Supported Macintosh operating systems: Mac OS X v10.4 Note Before connecting the printer to a PC, you must install the printer driver.
Printing pictures In your application, display and select the pictures to be printed. On the print screen, select [CP-D2E] from the available printer list. Note [Print] operations and printer selection vary depending on the application. Refer to the manual supplied with your application.
Setting the print properties If you are using Windows: Select [Printing Preferences] from the File menu. On the [MITSUBISHI CP-D2E Printing Preferences] screen, use the [Paper] and [Color Adjustment] tabs to change the number of copies, and to make adjustments to the color settings.
Item Contents Settings Select [Page Attributes]. Format for Select [CP-D2E]. Paper Size Select one of the following paper styles. • Edged 4 × 6 inch (100 × 148 mm). • Not Edged 4 × 6 inch (100 × 148 mm).
Sample: Print screen 1 Sample: Print screen 2 Print screen: The following items can be set. Item Contents Printer Select [CP-D2E]. Presets Select [Standard], then select [Printer Features]. From the [Feature Sets], select [Setting 1] or [Setting 2]. Setting 1 Saturation Set the [Saturation] from 0 to +10 (strongest).
Loading the paper and replacing the ribbon cartridge Additional information Loading the paper and replacing the ribbon cartridge If paper runs out during printing The PAPER indicator blinks slowly. Load paper into the paper-cassette. The remaining data is automatically printed. Under normal circumstances the ribbon will end at the same time as the paper runs out.
Error signals Error signals Indicator Indicator Printer status Solution Page(s) status Power Power ON – Power OFF Access Connected to a Wait for a while. Do not disconnect digital camera, or the digital camera or PC. the printer is – cooling off Blinking Communicating...
Troubleshooting Troubleshooting Before asking for repairs, check the printer using the following checklist. If the problem still occurs, contact your dealer. Problem Cause / status Solution Page(s) The power does not The AC adapter is not connected. Connect the AC adapter. turn on.
Troubleshooting Problem Cause / status Solution Page(s) Trimming The printer does not support specification is trimming. ignored although it – – is included in the print reservation information. Noise interferes Pictures that were not taken with a Images that were not taken by a with printed digital camera were printed from a digital camera must be printed...
Troubleshooting When paper is jammed When paper is jammed, the Access and PAPER indicators blink and printing stops. Follow these steps to remove jammed paper. Turn off the printer. Remove the paper-cassette. Turn on the printer again. The paper should be ejected automatically. •...
Troubleshooting Pull the paper out. Turn on the printer. Re-set the paper-cassette. If the printer operates normally, the paper jam problem has been solved. You can continue printing. If the ribbon cartridge is removed during printing Turn off the printer. Insert the ribbon cartridge all the way, and then be sure to close the ribbon cartridge door.
About the paper/ink ribbon set About the paper/ink ribbon set • When ordering, please specify the models indicated in the table below. Type of Paper/Ink ribbon set Model Capacity Paper/ink ribbon set for 4 × 6 (3.9" × 5.8") printing CK-D2S •...
• Do not store printed paper in a place that is exposed to direct sunlight or will become hot or moistened. Keep printed paper away from children. • MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC will not compensate for discoloration or fading of printed sheets of paper. EN-39...
For Mac OS, check settings on the Control Panel and the extensions in use. For Windows, check settings on Control Panel/System/Device Manager. • Other peripheral devices connected: • Name and version of the application software related to your problem: • Name and version of the MITSUBISHI software product related to your problem: EN-41...