In an Emergency
If the printer emits smoke or strange odors, continuing to use the printer may cause a fire or electrical shock. Switch the
printer off immediately and remove the power plug from the power outlet. Contact the nearest service center.
Cleaning the Printer
For cleaning, use a cloth dampened in water. Never use flammable solvents such as alcohol, benzene, or thinner. If these
substances come into contact with electrical components inside the printer, there is a risk of fire or electrical shock.
Always disconnect the power cable from the outlet before cleaning the printer. If the printer is switched on accidentally, mov-
ing parts inside the printer may cause personal injuries.
This printer generates a low-level magnetic field. Anyone wearing a pacemaker who experiences discomfort while working
around the printer should leave the area. Consult a physician before continuing to work around the printer.
Moving the Printer
Moving the printer requires at least three people, holding it on both sides and from behind. Be careful to avoid back strain and
When moving the printer, firmly grasp the Carrying Handles under each side and in back. The printer may be unsteady if you
hold it at other positions, which poses a risk of injury from dropping the printer.
Printhead, Ink Tanks, and Maintenance Cartridge
Always store consumables in a safe location out of the reach of small children. If a child licks or ingests ink accidentally, seek
medical assistance immediately.
If ink accidentally gets in your eyes, immediately rinse with water.
If ink gets on your skin, immediately clean it off with soap and water.
If irritation persists in your eyes or on your skin, contact a physician immediately.
Avoid dropping or shaking printheads, ink tanks, and maintenance cartridges. Spilled ink can stain clothing and the work area.
Never touch the electrical contacts of the Printhead after printing. The contacts become extremely hot and can cause minor