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woodrecurve 8:41am on Tuesday, September 28th, 2010 
Jams Paper, Does not pull it evenly, impossible to use Tried to use it to print on EMS shipping labels. This printer does not takes these forms. If i knew... not many information about the prices to ship it to my country... i paid almost $100.00 more for that. also when i receive the printer.
Archangelix 4:47am on Friday, September 17th, 2010 
printer computer dot matrix OK DATA 320 turbo workhorse of a printer for a less than gentle laboratory.
Hammer1 8:47pm on Sunday, August 22nd, 2010 
Would have been good value hasd it done what it said it could do Could not print 4 part multi form let alone 5 part. Rubbish!
dpm929 5:12pm on Saturday, August 7th, 2010 
it got here on time that was great price was right but i have already got it in my head that the device does not work right i have also i had experinc... If you print on standard letter paper, it is satisfactory. If you print on standard letter paper, it is satisfactory.
mark.roper 3:16pm on Thursday, June 24th, 2010 
i have a experience with the printer LX 300. i think this printer is good for printing the factorys document. the printer is easy to use.
cdrigby 9:13pm on Monday, April 26th, 2010 
Center Epson LX - 300 dot-matrix printer is a compact 9-pin, and the speed you need: 34 264 model in the draft of the rapid electronic forms, labels.
piero 6:01pm on Tuesday, March 16th, 2010 
Normal. Thank you introduce the Epson printer on my very good for the numbers. The minimalist form.
ilovegb 3:14am on Sunday, March 14th, 2010 
Errmmm....leave me to think for this one Slow, terrible quality, hard to find consumables Gives so much disappointment. Knockout Kings has brilliant graphics, very realistic sounds, the croud give you a few chants too!

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EPSON Remote Configuration Manager
The EPSON Remote Configuration Manager lets you change the printers default settings, update the printer with the new settings, and save them in a configuration file which you can use any time. This is especially convenient in a multi-printer network environment; individual configuration files can be created for each printers specific application requirements. The program works on these printers: FX-880+ FX-880+ in Okidata mode FX-1180+ FX-890 FX-890 in Okidata mode FX-2190 FX-2190 in Okidata mode LQ-590 LQ-2090
Note: If you are using Windows 2000 and the printer is connected to the parallel port, Remote Configuration Manager may not work. In this case, do one of the following: Before running the program, set the printer driver to the LPT2 port. Then use Remote Configuration Manager to check or change the default settings as described in this book. After you finish using the program, remember to return the setting to LPT1. Connect the printer to the USB port instead.

Starting the Program

1. From the Start menu, select Programs (or All Programs), Epson Remote Configuration Mgr, and then click Epson Remote Configuration Manager. You see this window:
Select Create New Configuration and click OK. (If you want to make changes to a configuration file that was created earlier, see Using an Existing Configuration File on page 9.) You see the printer model window:
Turn the printer off, wait a moment, and turn it back on. Choose your printer from the list and click Select. If you are using your printer in Okidata mode, be sure to select the Oki version for your printer. You see the Remote Configuration Manager screen:
You can change settings in the Basic tab (shown above) and the Advanced tab. If you select the Advanced tab, you see this message:
Click OK to display the Advanced tab settings:
See the following section to change the settings.
Changing the Printer Settings
1. Double-click the setting you want to change or select it from the list and click the Change Setting button. You see a window like this:
Select the value you want from the pull-down list or enter the setting you want and click OK. If you decide not to change a setting, click Cancel.
Note: For more information about printer settings and options, see your printer documentation. When you finish making changes to the settings, you can either update the printer now with the new settings, as described below, or save the settings in a configuration file to be used in the future (see page 8). Important: You must update the printer for the settings to take effect.
Updating the Printer With the New Settings
When you want the printer to use the new settings, you must update it as follows: 1. 2. If the configuration file you want to use is not already open, open it now as described on page 9. Click the Update Printer button. If the file has not been saved, you see this message:
If you want to save your changes, click Yes. Enter a name for the file (keeping the extension.cfg), and click Save. (See Saving the Configuration File on page 8 for more information.) If you dont need to save your changes, click No. You see this window:
Make sure the correct interface is selected for your printer (Parallel, USB, TCP/IP, or Serial) and click Update. If you did not select the correct interface, or if the printer is not turned on or connected properly, you see one of these messages:
Make sure the printer is connected properly and turned on. Then click Yes or OK to update the printer. Note: You may need to click the Update button again (step 2). You see this window:
Click OK. The control panel lights flash and the print head moves to show that the settings have been changed.
The new settings remain in effect until you select another configuration file or restore the default settings.
Saving the Configuration File
If you want to save the changes you have made to the printer settings in a configuration file, do one of the following: To save a new configuration file or overwrite the current one with the new settings, click Save Configuration. If you are making changes to an existing file, the new settings overwrite the original ones. If this is a new file, you see this message:

Type a file name with the extension.cfg Type a description of the file, if desired
Enter a new name for the configuration file and a description of it, if desired. Then click Save. Make sure the extension remains.cfg. To save the file with a new name so you dont overwrite the open one, select Save As from the File menu. Enter a new name for the configuration file and click Save. Make sure the extension remains.cfg.
Configuration files are saved in this directory:
Program Files\Epson Remote Configuration\Setting
Note: If you want to remove a configuration file, delete it from the \Setting directory.
Using an Existing Configuration File
If you already created a configuration file, you need to open it to: Check its settings Change one or more settings Update the printer with the configuration file settings
Follow these steps: 1. 2. Start the Remote Configuration Manager. When you see the first screen (shown below), click the Open Existing Configuration button and click OK.
You see a window like this:
Choose the file you want to open and click Select. You see the EPSON Remote Configuration Manager screen, shown on page 3. Now you can change any settings, if necessary. If you want to save your changes, click the Save Configuration button or select Save As from the file menu.
When you are ready to update the printer with the current settings, click the Update Printer button.
Restoring Original or Default Settings
If you made changes in the open configuration file but then change your mind, you can restore the original settings or the factory default settings: To restore the original saved settings, click the Restore Setting button or select Restore Setting from the File menu. You see this message:
Click OK. If you want to restore the factory default settings for all the options, select Factory Setting from the Option menu. When you see the confirmation message, click OK.

Creating a Binary File

If you need to be able to change the printers settings from a DOS system, you can create a binary file. First make the changes to the printer settings that you want saved in the binary file. Then click the Create Binary File button. You see this window:
Make sure Binary Files is selected as the file type and choose where you want to save the file. Type the name and the extension.bin. Then click Save.
Copyright Notice All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without the prior written permission of SEIKO EPSON CORPORATION. The information contained herein is designed only for use with these EPSON printers. EPSON is not responsible for any use of this information as applied to other printers. Trademarks EPSON is a registered 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. EPSON disclaims any and all rights in those marks. 2003 by Epson America, Inc. 12/03

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Chapter 1

Setting Up the Printer
This chapter describes how to unpack and set up your printer.

Unpacking the Printer

Make sure you have the following items.
Ribbon cartridge Printer Power cord

Paper guide

Printer software
Follow the directions on the Notice Sheet to remove the protective materials before you turn on the printer. Save all packing and protective materials in case you need to ship the printer in the future.
Choosing a Place for the Printer
Place the printer on a flat, stable surface. The printer will not operate properly if it is tilted or placed at an angle. Avoid using or storing the printer in places subject to rapid changes in temperature and humidity. Keep it away from direct sunlight, strong light, heat sources, or excessive moisture or dust. Place the printer near a wall outlet where you can easily unplug the power cord. Position the power cord and interface cable so they do not interfere with paper feeding. Note for French-speaking users: Placez limprimante prs dune prise de courant o la fiche peut tre dbranche facilement.
Avoid electrical outlets controlled by wall switches or automatic timers. An interruption in power can erase information in the memory of your printer or computer. Also avoid outlets on the same circuit as large motors or other appliances that can cause voltage fluctuations. Use a grounded power outlet; do not use an adapter plug.

Assembling the Printer

1. Make sure the printer is turned off and unplugged. Then open the printer cover and pull it up to remove it.
Remove the paper tension unit by pressing up the tabs on each side and pulling it up.
Use your hand to slide the print head to the middle of the printer.
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printer, the print head may be hot; let it cool for a few minutes before touching it.
Remove the new ribbon cartridge from the package. The black plastic ribbon guide is held in place on top of the cartridge with a small tab. To release it, hold the sides of the ribbon guide and gently disconnect it. (Do not remove the ribbon guide from the ribbon, however.)

Ribbon guide

Hold the ribbon cartridge by its handle and insert it into the printer at an angle, as shown below; then press down on both sides of the cartridge to fit the plastic hooks into the printer slots. You should hear it click into place.
Slide the ribbon guide into the print head until it clicks in place. Be careful not to twist or crease the ribbon. Turn the ribbon-tightening knob to help feed the ribbon into place.

The printer software CD-ROM also includes the EPSON Remote Configuration Manager, which lets you change the printers default settings. See Installing the Remote Configuration Manager on page 15.
For Windows XP, Me, or 2000
1. Make sure Windows is running and the printer is turned off.
Insert the printer software CD-ROM into the CD-ROM or DVD drive. The Installation screen appears: If it does not, double-click

Setup.exe on the

CD-ROM. 3. Select Install Software and click.
Select your printer from the list, then follow the instructions on the screen. When the installation is complete, see page 15 to install the Reference Guide and the EPSON Remote Configuration Utility.
For Windows 98, 95, or NT 4.0
1. 2. Make sure Windows is running and the printer is turned off. Insert the printer software CD-ROM into the CD-ROM or DVD drive. The Installation window shown above appears. If it does not, select Setup.exe on the CD-ROM. Select Install Software and click. Select your printer, then click OK and follow the instructions on the screen. If you are prompted to insert your Windows CD-ROM, do it now and click OK. When the Windows installation screen appears, close the screen to continue with the driver installation. Note: If your PC came with Windows pre-installed, Setup may not need the Windows CD-ROM to complete the installation. If you see a message that the drive is not accessible, click Cancel and try again.

3. 4. 5.

Click Browse and select the path for the printer driver. Then click OK and follow the on-screen instructions. If you are using Windows NT, insert your Windows CD when prompted.
Select the appropriate file in the folder and click OK. When prompted, insert the printer software CD-ROM and click Browse to select the correct path. Note: If you see a message that the drive is not accessible, click Cancel and try again. If a System Error message appears, click Cancel. The exact wording of the message depends on the version of Windows you are using. If you are using Windows NT, you do not need to specify a path. If you are using Windows 98, the Printer Utility Setup may start. If it does, follow the instructions on the screen.
When the installation is complete, see page 15 to install the Reference Guide and the EPSON Remote Configuration Utility.

For DOS programs

To control the printer from DOS application programs, you need to select the printer you are using or another available printer from the printer list in your application. Choose the EPSON printer at the appropriate step in the installation or setup procedure. If the list in your application does not include your printer, choose the first available printer from the following list:

For FX-890:

FX-980 FX-880+ FX-880 FX-870 FX-850 FX-800 FX-85 FX-80+ FX-80

For FX-2190:

FX-2180 FX-2170 FX-1180+ FX-1180 FX-1170 FX-1050 FX-1000 FX-105 FX-100+ FX-100
Installing and Using the Online Reference Guide
You can install the online Reference Guide on your hard disk and view it from your computer, or read it directly from the printer software CD-ROM. To install the Reference Guide on your hard disk, select Install Reference Guide from the Installation screen and follow the on-screen instructions. When the installation is complete, the FXGuide icon appears in the EPSON folder. To open the Reference Guide on your hard disk, click Start, go to Programs (or All Programs) and select EPSON. Then, click FXGuide. If you dont want to install the manual on your hard disk, follow these steps to view it from the CD-ROM: 1. Insert the printer software CD-ROM in your CD-ROM or DVD drive. The Installation screen appears. If it doesnt, double-click the My Computer icon. Click the CD-ROM icon, then double-click SETUP.EXE. Select User Guides. To open the Reference Guide, select View Reference Guide.
Installing the Remote Configuration Manager
The EPSON Remote Configuration Manager provides an easy way to change your printers default settings in Windows. Follow these steps to install it on your computer in Windows 2000, Me, 98, 95, or NT: 1. Select Install EPSON Remote Configuration Manager from the Installation screen. You see this window:
Click Yes. After a moment, you see the Welcome screen:
Click Next and follow the instructions on the screen. When the installation is complete, click Finish. (If you see the folder window open on the screen, close it so you can see the final installation screen.)
The Remote Configuration Manager is installed on the computer in its own program group, along with an uninstall option and the online Users Guide. See the Users Guide for instructions on using the program. To start the program, select Programs, Epson Remote Configuration Mgr, and then click Epson Remote Configuration Manager. To open the manual, select Programs, Epson Remote Configuration Mgr, and then click Epson Remote Configuration Manager Users Guide. Note: If you are using Windows 2000 and the printer is connected to the parallel port, Remote Configuration Manager may not work. In this case, do one of the following: Before running the program, set the printer driver to the LPT2 port. Then use Remote Configuration Manager to check or change the default settings as desired. After you finish using the program, remember to return the setting to LPT1. Connect the printer to the USB port instead.

Chapter 2

Paper Handling
This chapter covers some important instructions you need to load and use paper in your printer. For complete paper handling information, see the Reference Guide.
Setting the Paper Release Lever
Before you start printing, be sure to set the paper release lever to indicate the paper source you want to use, as described in the table below.

Lever position

Description Single-sheet position For loading single-sheet paper from the top or front slot. Rear push tractor position For loading continuous paper with the tractor installed in the rear push position or when using the rear push and pull tractors in combination. Front push tractor position For loading continuous paper with the tractor installed in the front push position or when using the front push and pull tractors in combination. Pull tractor position For loading continuous paper from the tractor installed on top of the printer in the pull position. You can load paper in the front, rear, or bottom slot.
Adjusting the Paper-Thickness Setting
Before you start printing, make sure the paper-thickness setting is correct for the type of paper you are using. Turn the printer off and open the printer cover. The paper-thickness lever is located on the left side of the printer. The numbers next to the lever indicate the thickness setting.
Select the correct setting according to this table:
Paper type Ordinary paper Thin paper Carbonless multipart forms with: 2 parts (original + 1 copy) 3 parts (original + 2 copies) 4 parts (original + 3 copies) 5 parts (original + 4 copies) 6 parts (original + 5 copies) 7 parts (original + 6 copies)* Continuous paper with labels Postcards Envelopes Lever position 0 or 1 (single sheets) 0 (continuous paper) or 6
* Available when using the tractor in the bottom or front pull position. Note: When the temperature is 41F (5C) or lower, or 95F (35C) or higher, set the paper-thickness lever one position lower to improve print quality. When the temperature is 41F (5C) or lower, or 95F (35C) or higher, multipart forms with 7 parts cannot be used.
Loading Continuous Paper with the Front Push Tractor
1. Make sure the printer is turned off. Then open the front cover and the flap. Make sure the tractor is installed in the front push position. (You may need to move it from the rear push or pull position.)

Set the paper release lever to the front push tractor position. Also set the paper-thickness lever to the proper position for your papers thickness. See Adjusting the Paper-Thickness Setting on page 18 for instructions. Release the left and right sprockets by pushing the blue lock levers backward.
Slide the left sprocket approximately 0.5 inch (12 mm) from the far left position and pull the blue lever forward to lock it in place. Then slide the right sprocket to match the width of your paper, but do not lock it.
Remove the front cover by pulling it straight down.
Make sure your paper has a clean, straight edge. Then open both sprocket covers and fit the first four holes of the paper, with printable side up, over the tractor pins. Close the sprocket covers. Slide the right sprocket to remove any slack in the paper; then lock it in place by pushing the sprocket lock down. Attach the front cover with the continuous paper positioned as shown.

7. 8. 9.

10. Make sure the paper guide is lying flat on the printer and slide the edge guides to the middle of the paper guide.
11. Turn on the printer. When the printer receives data, it automatically loads the paper and starts printing.
If the first line on your page appears too high or low, you can change its position using the Micro Adjust function as described on page 32.
c Caution: the knob to adjust the top-of-form position; this may damage the Never use
printer or cause it to lose the top-of-form position.
Loading Continuous Paper with the Rear Push Tractor
1. Make sure the printer is turned off, the tractor is installed in the rear push position, and the paper guide is removed. (You may need to move the tractor from the front push or pull position.) Set the paper release lever to the rear push tractor position. Release the left and right sprockets by pulling the blue sprocket lock levers forward.
Slide the left sprocket approximately 0.5 inch (12 mm) from the far left position and push the blue lever back to lock it in place. Then slide the right sprocket to match the width of your paper, but do not lock it.
The triangle mark on top of the printer indicates the point furthest to the left where printing can begin.

Using the Micro Adjust Function
The Micro Adjust function allows you to move the paper forward or backward in 1/216-inch (0.118 mm) increments to adjust the tear-off and top-of-form positions.
Adjusting the tear-off position
If your papers perforation is not aligned with the tear-off edge, you can use the Micro Adjust function to move the perforation to the tear-off position, as described below. Your tear-off position setting remains in effect until you change it, even if you turn off the printer.
c Caution: the knob to adjust the tear-off position; this may damage the Never use
printer or cause it to lose the tear-off position. 1. You may need to press the Tear Off/Bin button to advance the paper to the tear-off position. Make sure the Tear Off/Bin light is flashing (the paper is at the current tear-off position). Hold down the Pause button for about three seconds. The Pause light begins flashing and the printer enters the Micro Adjust mode.
Open the paper guide cover, then press the LF/FF D button to feed paper backward, or press the Load/Eject U button to feed paper forward, until the paper perforation is aligned with the tear-off edge of the printer cover.
Tear-off edge of the printer cover

Paper perforation

Note: The printer has a minimum and a maximum tear-off position. If you try to adjust the tear-off position beyond these limits, the printer beeps and stops moving the paper. 4. 5. Tear off the printed pages. Press the Pause button to turn off Micro Adjust mode.
When you resume printing, the printer automatically feeds the paper back to the top-of-form position and begins printing.
Adjusting the top-of-form position
The top-of-form position is the position on the page where the printer starts printing. If your printing appears too high or low on the page, you can use the Micro Adjust function to adjust the top-of-form position, as described below. Your top-of-form position setting remains in effect until you change it, even if you turn off the printer.
Make sure the printer is turned on. Load paper. (If the tractor is in a push position, press the Load/Eject button to advance continuous paper to the current top-of-form position.) If necessary, lift up the printer cover so you can see the paper position. Hold down the Pause button for three seconds. The Pause light flashes and the printer enters the Micro Adjust mode. Press the LF/FF D button to move the top-of-form position up on the page, or press the Load/Eject U button to move the top-of-form position down on the page.

Press the Pause button to exit the Micro Adjust mode. Note: The printer has a minimum and a maximum top-of-form position. If you try to adjust it beyond these limits, the printer beeps and stops moving the paper. When the paper reaches the default top-of-form position, the printer beeps and stops moving the paper briefly. You can use this setting as a reference point when adjusting the position. The top margin setting made in some software overrides the top-of-form position setting you make with the Micro Adjust function.

Chapter 3

Using the Control Panel
This chapter describes the buttons and lights on the control panel, plus: Selecting a font and pitch Changing the printers default settings Emulating the Okidata Microline 320/321 Turbo printer

Buttons and Lights

Button/Light 1 Font (ItemD) button Font lights 2 Reset (Font and Pitch) buttons Pitch (ItemU) button
Function Selects one of the fonts. See Selecting a Font and Pitch on page 37. In default setting mode, ItemD selects the next menu. Indicate which font is selected. When you press both the Font and Pitch buttons simultaneously, the printer clears the buffer and restores its default settings. Selects one of the pitch settings. See Selecting a Font and Pitch on page 37. In default setting mode, ItemU selects the previous menu.

Pitch lights

Indicate which pitch is selected.
Tear Off/Bin (Set) button
Feeds continuous paper forward to the tear-off position. Feeds continuous paper backward from the tear-off position to the top-of-form position. Selects a cut-sheet feeder bin when it is installed. In default setting mode, works as the Set button to select a value.

Tear Off/Bin lights

Both flash when continuous paper is in the tear-off position. Both off when continuous paper is not in the tear-off position or when bin 1 of the optional cut-sheet feeder is selected. Both on when the printer is in default setting mode. Left light is on when Card mode is selected. Right light is on when bin 2 of the optional cut-sheet feeder is selected.

Menu buttons

When you press the Pitch (ItemU) and Tear Off/Bin (Set) buttons at the same time, the printer enters or exits default setting mode. See Changing the Printers Default Settings on page 38. Loads a single sheet of paper. Ejects a single sheet of paper. Loads continuous paper from the standby position. Feeds continuous paper backward to the standby position if a sheet is loaded.

Load/Eject button

Micro Adjust
When you hold down the Pause button for three seconds, the printer enters the Micro Adjust mode. In this mode, you can press the LF/FF D and Load/Eject U buttons to adjust the top-of-form or tear-off position. See Using the Micro Adjust Function on page 31. Feeds paper line by line when pressed quickly. Ejects a single sheet or advances continuous paper to the next top-of-form position when held down.

LF/FF button

Pause light Pause button
On when the printer is paused. Flashes when the printer is in the Micro Adjust mode. Stops printing temporarily, and resumes printing when pressed again. When held down for three seconds, enters Micro Adjust mode. When pressed again, exits Micro Adjust mode.

Paper Out light

On when no paper is loaded in the selected paper source or paper is not loaded correctly. Flashes when paper has not been fully ejected or paper is jammed.
Selecting a Font and Pitch
Usually, you use your application program to select the font and pitch you want to use in a document. However, you can select one of the printers five fonts (in different pitches) with the buttons on the printers control panel, as described below. (The settings you make in application programs usually override settings you make from the printers control panel.) The pitches available depend on the font you select:
Font USD HSD Draft Roman Sans Serif Pitch 10, 12 10, 12, 15, 17, 20 10, 12, 15, 17, 20, PS 10, 12, 15, 17, 20, PS 10, 12, 15, 17, 20, PS
Make sure that the printer is not printing. Then press the Font button until the three Font lights indicate the desired font.
N N O N O N N O O O N N O N O O=On, N=Off
USD HSD Draft Roman Sans Serif
Press the Pitch button until the three Pitch lights indicate the desired pitch.
N N O N O N N O O O N N O N O O O O O=On, N=Off
10 cpi 12 cpi 15 cpi 17 cpi 20 cpi PS
Changing the Printers Default Settings
While you can often change the printers settings through your software or printer driver, you may sometimes need to change one or more of the printers default settings. There are two ways to do this: Using the EPSON Remote Configuration Manager on the printer software CD-ROM. (See page 15.) From the printers control panel using the default-setting mode.
For instructions on using the Remote Configuration Manager, see the PDF manual on the CD-ROM. To use the control panel, see below. For detailed information about default settings, see the Reference Guide. The following table shows the options available for each printer setting.

Setting Page length for front tractor Page length for rear tractor Skip over perforation Auto tear-off Auto line feed Print direction Software 0 slash I/F (interface) mode Auto I/F wait time Parallel I/F bidirectional mode Packet mode Character table Options (default in bold) Length in inches: 3, 3.5, 4, 5.5, 6, 7, 8, 8.5, 11, 70/6, 12, 14, 17 Length in inches: 3, 3.5, 4, 5.5, 6, 7, 8, 8.5, 11, 70/6, 12, 14, 17 Off, On Off, On Off, On Bi-D, Uni-D ESC/P, IBM PPDS 0, Auto, Parallel, USB, Option 10 seconds, 30 seconds Off, On Auto, Off Italic, PC 437, PC 850, PC 860, PC 863, PC 865, PC 861, BRASCII, Abicomp, Roman 8, ISO Latin 1, PC 858, ISO 8859-15 Italic U.S.A., Italic France, Italic Germany, Italic U.K., Italic Denmark 1, Italic Sweden, Italic Italy, Italic Spain second, 1.5 seconds, 2 seconds, 3 seconds Off, On
International character set for italic table Manual feed wait time Buzzer
Setting Auto CR (available in IBM PPDS emulation mode) IBM character table
Options (default in bold) Off, On Table 2, Table1

Default-setting mode

Follow the steps below to enter the default-setting mode. If you use single sheets, you need to load a new sheet of paper each time the printer ejects a printed page. 1. Make sure the printer is on and paper is loaded. Then press the
Menu buttons (ItemU and Set) until the printer beeps and both the
Tear Off/Bin lights turn on. The printer enters default-setting mode and prints a line showing which language is currently selected for printing the instructions. The selected language is underlined. 2. 3. 4. If you want a different language, press the ItemD button until the printout shows the language you want underlined. Press the Set button to accept the language. The printer prints a line asking if you want to print all the current settings. To print a list of all the current settings, press the Set button. The printer prints all the settings and then the first setting again. Go to step 5. To go through the settings one at a time, press the ItemD or ItemU button. The printer prints the first setting and its current value. 5. Press the Set button to scroll through the options for the selected setting until you see the one you want. Press the ItemD or ItemU button to select the next or previous setting you want to change. 6. 7. Repeat step 5 for any other settings you want to change. When you finish, press the Menu buttons again to exit default-setting mode.

c Caution: on the left side of the printer to clear paper jams only Use the knob
when the printer is off. Otherwise, you may damage the printer or change the top-of-form or tear-off position. 5. Close the printer cover and turn on the printer. Make sure the Paper Out light is not flashing and the Pause light is off.

Printing a Self Test

Running the printers self test helps you determine whether the printer or the computer is causing the problem. If the self test results are satisfactory, the printer is working properly and the problem probably results from your printer driver settings, application settings, computer, or interface cable. (Be sure to use a shielded interface cable.) If the self test does not print properly, there is a problem with the printer. See the Reference Guide for possible causes and solutions to the problem. You can print the self test using either single sheets or continuous paper of at least the following width:
Paper type Continuous paper (including perforated border) Single sheet FX-890 9.5 inches (241 mm) A4 or letter size FX-2190 14.8 inches (376 mm) A3 landscape
Make sure paper is loaded and the printer is turned off. To run the test using the Draft font, turn on the printer while holding down the LF/FF button. To run the test using the printers near letter-quality fonts, hold down the Load/Eject button while you turn on the printer. Either self test can help you determine the source of your printing problem; however, the draft self test prints faster than the near letter-quality test. After a few seconds, the printer loads the paper automatically and begins printing the self test. A series of characters is printed. Note: To temporarily stop the self test, press the Pause button. To resume the test, press the Pause button again.
To end the self test, press the Pause button to stop printing. If paper remains in the printer, press the Load/Eject button to eject the printed page. Then turn off the printer.
c Caution: off the printer while it is printing the self test. Always press Do not turn
the Pause button to stop printing and the Load/Eject button to eject the printed page before you turn off the printer. Troubleshooting

Where To Get Help

If your EPSON printer is not operating properly and you cannot solve the problem using the troubleshooting information, see the contact information below. EPSON provides technical assistance 24 hours a day through the electronic support services and automated telephone services listed below.
Service World Wide Web Access From the Internet, you can reach EPSON Support at http://support.epson.com. At this site, you can download drivers and other files, look at product documentation, access troubleshooting information, and receive technical advice through e-mail. A variety of automated help services are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. To use these services, you must have a touch tone telephone and call (800) 922-8911. Use one of the following SoundAdviceSM Express Codes to quickly select your printer in SoundAdvice: 70470 (for the FX-890) or 70475 (for the FX-2190).

Automated Telephone Services
To speak to a technical support representative, dial: U.S.: (562) 276-4322, 6 AM to 6 PM, Pacific Time, Monday through Friday. Canada: (905) 709-2170, 6 AM to 6 PM, Pacific Time, Monday through Friday.
Toll or long distance charges may apply. Before you call, please have the following information ready: Product name (EPSON FX-890 or FX-2190) Product serial number (located on the back of the printer) Proof of purchase (such as a store receipt) and date of purchase Computer configuration Description of the problem
You can purchase ribbon cartridges, paper, manuals, and accessories from EPSON at (800) 873-7766, or visit the EPSON Store at www.epsonstore.com (U.S. sales only). In Canada, please call (800) 463-7766 for dealer referral.

Chapter 5

Product Information

Safety Instructions

Hot Parts Caution Symbol
This symbol is placed on the print head and other parts to indicate that they may be hot. Never touch those parts just after the printer has been used. Let them cool for a few minutes before touching them.
Important Safety Instructions
Read all of these safety instructions before using the printer. In addition, follow all warnings and instructions marked on the printer itself. Do not place the printer on an unstable surface or near a radiator or heat source. Place the printer on a flat surface. It will not operate properly if it is tilted or placed at an angle. Do not block or cover the slots and openings in the printers cabinet, and do not insert objects through the slots. Use only the type of power source indicated on the printers label. Connect all equipment to properly grounded electrical outlets. Avoid using outlets on the same circuit as photocopiers or air control systems that regularly switch on and off. Do not use a damaged or frayed power cord. If you use an extension cord with the printer, make sure the total ampere rating of all devices plugged into the extension cord does not exceed the cords ampere rating. Also, make sure the total ampere of all devices plugged into the electrical outlet does not exceed the electrical outlets ampere rating. Unplug the printer before cleaning it, and always clean it with a piece of damp cloth only. Do not spill liquid onto the printer. Except as specifically explained in this guide, do not attempt to service the printer yourself.

Unplug the printer and refer servicing to qualified service personnel under the following conditions: if the power cord or plug is damaged, if liquid has entered the printer, if the printer has been dropped or the cabinet damaged, if the printer does not operate normally or exhibits a distinct change in performance. Adjust only those controls that are covered by the operating instructions.

ENERGY STAR Compliance

As an ENERGY STAR Partner, EPSON has determined that this product meets the ENERGY STAR guidelines for energy efficiency. The International ENERGY STAR Office Equipment program is a voluntary partnership with the computer and office equipment industry to promote the introduction of energy-efficient personal computers, monitors, printers, fax machines, copiers, and scanners in an effort to reduce air pollution caused by power generation.
FCC Compliance Statement for United States Users
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio or television reception. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause interference to radio and television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures. Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.

WARNING

The connection of a non-shielded equipment interface cable to this equipment will invalidate the FCC Certification of this device and may cause interference levels which exceed the limits established by the FCC for this equipment. It is the responsibility of the user to obtain and use a shielded equipment interface cable with this device. If this equipment has more than one interface connector, do not leave cables connected to unused interfaces. Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the manufacturer could void the users authority to operate the equipment.

 

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