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Printer Overview

This printer lets you print, copy, and scan pictures and documents. In addition, this printer supports networking, letting you access the printer over a wireless (Wi-Fi) network.

Components

Back Home

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SD/HC MMC

MS SD/HC MMC

Wi-Fi connectivity LED Memory card slot Control panel LCD USB port Power cord connection port Rear-access cleanout area Printer access door
Printhead with ink cartridges installed
10 Right paper-edge guide 11 Paper tray
12 Paper tray extender / paper stop 13 Left paper-edge guide 14 Scanner glass 15 Scanner lid

Control panel

ESP 5250

All-in-One-Printer

Start Rotate Cancel
Feature 9 LCD On/Off button Home button Navigation buttons Zoom buttons Start button Cancel button Rotate button OK button
Description Displays pictures, messages, and menus; lifts for easy viewing Turns the printer on or off Displays the main menu, and toggles between screens Used to navigate menus, scroll through pictures Enlarge or reduce the size of the displayed picture Begins copying, scanning, printing, maintenance task, and file transfer Stops the current operation and returns to the menu; returns to previous item when navigating menus Changes the orientation of the displayed picture; with the zoom function, changes the orientation of the red box that shows the area of the picture to be printed Selects a menu item, accepts a zoom setting, and lets you continue with the current operation Displays the previous screen

10 Back button

Home Center Software
KODAK Home Center Software is installed as part of the software installation on your computer. The Home Center icon will appear on your desktop. Use this icon to start Home Center Software.
Home Center Software for WINDOWS OS-based computers
On a WINDOWS OS-based computer, you can use Home Center Software to browse and edit pictures, print, copy, scan, order supplies, access the Extended User Guide, and configure your all-in-one printer from your computer. You can also access the KODAK Tips and Projects Center Web site or upgrade your printer with a newer version of software and/or firmware. Clicking one of the three icons located in the upper-right corner of Home Center Software does the following:
Home - takes you to the main Home Center Software window from other functions within Home Center Software Tools - displays menu options, including links to Kodak sites, troubleshooting, and maintenance functions Help - displays a Help panel for Home Center Software

Home Center Software for MACINTOSH Computers
On a MACINTOSH Computer, Home Center Software has three panes: Select, Tools, and Maintenance. These panes let you do the following: Select pane select your printer from a list of connected printers and check the printer ink levels. Tools pane start a scan, select scanning settings, change Home Center Software settings, and restore all factory default settings. Maintenance pane print a test page, align and clean the printhead, and initiate an upload of diagnostic data for service personnel. From any pane, you can order supplies from the KODAK Web site and view the status of your printer. From the File menu of Home Center Software, you can check for software updates.

Configuring Your Printer

This chapter presumes that you have set up your printer and that you may or may not have installed the printer software. This chapter tells you how to configure or change your printer settings and your network settings.
Configuring printer settings
Configuring basic NOTE: When you first power on the printer, the printer automatically steps you through the process of selecting the Language and Country/Region. printer settings
To set or change basic printer settings: 1. Press Home. 2. Press to select Printer Settings, then press OK. 3. Press to select one of the following settings: Date and Time* to select Year, Month, Day, Hour, or Minute. Press OK, then press Press or to change the values; press OK when you are done. Time to Low Power Press to change the time to energy-saving low power (select from 1 to 4 hours in 0.5 hour increments). After the Time to Low Power, the printer goes into a low-power mode. Tagged Images Printing (see Printing tagged pictures, page 19) Press to select On or Off. If you select On, when you are printing pictures, the printer LCD prompts you to verify that you want to print pictures that were tagged (or marked) using your camera. Different cameras use different terminology; KODAK Digital Cameras use marked images; others use either tagged images or DPOF. Language Press OK, press to select a language, then press OK. Country/Region Press OK, press to select a country or region, then press OK. Reset All Settings (see Resetting factory defaults, page 40) NOTE: Resetting factory defaults does not change the date and time, language, or country/region. 4. Press Back. * You can also synchronize the printer's date and time to your computer from Home Center Settings under Tools in Home Center Software.
Setting your printer as the default printer
If you have more than one printer, and after installation your all-in-one printer was not the default printer, you can make your all-in-one printer your default printer.
IMPORTANT: For all operating systems, if you connect your printer with a USB cable and

with a wireless connection, your printer may be listed twice. Be sure to select the correct printer. (The name of the printer plus a number indicates a wireless connection; for example, KodakESP5200+1133.) For all computers and operating systems: If you havent yet installed the printer software, insert the software CD that came with your printer and follow the on-screen instructions to install the software.
For WINDOWS XP OS-based computers
1. Select Start > Control Panel > Printers and Faxes. 2. Right-click your printer, and select Set as Default Printer.
For WINDOWS VISTA OS-based computers
1. Select Start > Control Panel > Hardware and Sound > Printers. 2. Right-click your printer, and select Set as Default Printer.
For WINDOWS 7 OS-based computers
1. Select Start > Control Panel > Hardware and Sound > Devices and Printers. 2. Right-click your printer, and select Set as Default Printer.

For MACINTOSH Computers

When a new printer is installed, it becomes the default printer. If your all-in-one printer is not the default printer: 1. From the dock, open System Preferences. 2. In the Hardware section, click Print & Fax. 3. Select your printer from the drop-down list next to Default Printer.
Configuring network settings
To connect your printer to an 802.11 wireless (Wi-Fi) network, see the information that came with your printer, or refer to the following information, as needed. Additional resources for related topics, information, and network troubleshooting are available at www.kodak.com/go/inkjetnetworking. If you are unsure of how your network is configured, contact your Internet service provider or your network administrator for assistance.
Configuring a If you did not do so during printer setup, you can connect your printer to a wireless wireless network network from the printer control panel. connection

Before you connect

You need: A laptop or desktop computer equipped with a network interface card or wireless networking support. A working 802.11 wireless network. Kodak recommends that you use a wireless access point/router that uses Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP). Your network name (SSID - Service Set Identifier). You can obtain your SSID from the wireless access point, most commonly a router, using the routers embedded Web server. See the manufacturers documentation provided with your wireless system for more information. Your Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP) key or Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA/WPA2) passphrase. To be sure to temporarily disable your firewall until the printer is successfully installed and communicating. For assistance with any of the items listed above, contact your Internet service provider or your network administrator.

Connecting to a wireless network using the WiFi Setup Wizard
Connecting to a listed network
You can use the WiFi Setup Wizard on the printer to connect to your wireless network. Read the following procedures and use the one that is appropriate for your network setup.
See Before you connect to determine what is needed to connect your printer to the network. For assistance, contact your Internet service provider or your network administrator. To connect to a listed network using the WiFi Setup Wizard: 1. Press Home. 2. Press to select Network Settings, then press OK. 3. With WiFi Setup Wizard selected, press OK. NOTE: The Wi-Fi radio is turned on automatically when you select WiFi Setup Wizard. The printer searches for available wireless networks within range, then displays the list in order of signal strength. For example:
NOTE: If there are more networks than can be shown on the LCD, a (page down) symbol appears in the bottom right of the display. If you dont see your network in the list or want to change your network, select Rescan for Wireless Networks, then press OK. 4. Press to select your network, then press OK. 5. If your network requires a password, Enter Security String and a keyboard appear on the LCD. Press , , or to select the letters and numbers of your password, using the correct uppercase and lowercase letters. Press OK after each character. When your security string is entered, select DONE, then press OK. To erase a character, select BKSP (backspace), then press OK. To change from uppercase to lowercase, select abc/123, then press OK. To change from lowercase to uppercase, select ABC/123, then press OK. To enter punctuation or symbols, select !@#, then press OK. 6. When the confirmation message appears, press OK. 7. If you havent yet installed the printer software, insert the software CD that came with your printer and follow the on-screen instructions to install the software.
Connecting to an unlisted network
To connect to an unlisted network using the Wi-Fi Setup Wizard: 1. Press Home. 2. Press to select Network Settings, then press OK. 3. With WiFi Setup Wizard selected, press OK. NOTE: The Wi-Fi radio is turned on automatically when you select WiFi Setup Wizard. 4. If your network is configured to not broadcast its SSID (network name) and does not appear in the list, select Unlisted Network, then press OK. 5. Use the keyboard on the LCD to enter the network name. Press , , or to select the letters and numbers of your network name, using the correct uppercase and lowercase letters. Press OK after each character. When you have finished entering the network name, select DONE, then press OK. To erase a character, select BKSP (backspace), then press OK. To change from uppercase to lowercase, select abc/123, then press OK. To change from lowercase to uppercase, select ABC/123, then press OK. To enter punctuation or symbols, select !@#, then press OK. 6. Select WEP or WPA/WPA2 as required for your network's security setup, then press OK. 7. Use the keyboard on the LCD to enter the required security information (password or passphrase), pressing OK after each character. When your security information is entered, select DONE, then press OK.

8. When the confirmation message appears, press OK. 9. If you havent yet installed the printer software, insert the CD that came with your printer, and install the software.
Using WPS to connect to a Wi-Fi network
If your router supports Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS), you can use WPS Connect. WPS lets you configure your printer for a wireless network by pressing buttons or entering a PIN. To connect to a network using WPS: 1. Press Home. 2. Press to select Network Settings, then press OK. 3. With WiFi Setup Wizard selected, press OK. NOTE: The Wi-Fi radio is turned on automatically when you select Wi-Fi Setup Wizard. 4. Press to select WPS Connect, then press OK. 5. Select one of two methods of connecting:
IMPORTANT: Before you press OK on the printer, make sure you know where the router's
push button is, or where to enter the generated PIN. If necessary, consult your Internet service provider or router device manufacturers documentation for more information. To use push buttons: a. With Push Button Configuration selected, press OK. b. You will have two minutes to push the WPS button on your router (this may either be a physical button on the router or a virtual button in the routers software). To enter a PIN: a. Press to select Generate WPS PIN, then press OK. b. Go to your routers software and locate the PIN button. c. Enter the PIN you received on the LCD into the PIN screen for your router. 6. When the confirmation message appears, press OK. 7. If you havent yet installed the printer software, insert the CD that came with your printer in your computer and install the software. The printer with a wireless connection is listed as the name of the printer plus a number (for example, KodakESP5200+1133).

Setting up an IP address

IMPORTANT: You should only need to set up an IP address for your printer if you are
having a problem with connecting. Typically, it is not necessary to set up an IP address. This procedure is for advanced users who know how to obtain the IP address for the printer. All IP address entries have the following format: 000.000.000.000. Within each three-digit grouping, the number must be right-justified. If an address or subnet mask has only one or two characters between the periods, include one or two leading zeros in front of that number. For example:
The address as it may appear in your documentation 149.89.138.149 149.2.40.149 How to enter the address in the printer menu 149.089.138.149 149.002.040.149
For information about obtaining the printer IP address, go to www.kodak.com/go/inkjetnetworking. To set up your IP address on the printer: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Press Home. Press to select Network Settings, then press OK. Press to select Advanced IP Address Setup, then press OK. Press OK again to continue. Select one of the following, then press OK: Dynamic (DHCP) Automatic (Private) Manual (Static) 6. If you selected Manual (Static), you are prompted to enter an IP address, a Subnet Mask, a Gateway Address, and a DNS Server address. Press OK after each entry. Use the navigation buttons to enter each digit of the numbers. Consult your network administrator or Internet service provider for more information.

Verifying the network configuration
To verify that you are connected to your wireless network: 1. Press Home. 2. Press to select Network Settings, then press OK. 3. Press to select View Network Configuration, then press OK. The wireless network settings appear on the LCD. If the printer is connected to your network, you will see the network name and the word CONNECTED. 4. To scroll through the information, press. 5. When you are done, press OK.
Printing the network configuration
To print the current network configuration: 1. 2. 3. 4. Load plain paper into the printer. (See Loading plain paper, page 13.) Press Home. Press to select Network Settings, then press OK. Press to select Print Network Configuration, then press OK. The printer prints a summary of the network configuration.
Installing your To add your printer to another computer(s) on your network, install the KODAK All-in-One Printer Software that came with your printer on each computer. Follow printer on the on-screen instructions. additional computers on the network Connecting to If you are connecting to a newer model printer (for example, you already have an another KODAK ESP 7 printer and now you are adding an ESP 5250 printer), you must install the All-in-One Printer software for the newer model.
If you are connecting to another ESP 5250 printer or to an older model: On a WINDOWS OS-based computer: a. Select Start > All Programs > Kodak > Kodak Printer Network Setup Utility. b. If your wireless all-in-one printer (example: KodakESP5200+1133) is not listed: Select No, my printer is not listed, then click Next. From the drop-down list, select your printer. Select Network - Wireless/WiFi, then click Next. When your printer is detected, driver installation begins. c. If your wireless all-in-one printer (example: KodakESP5200+1133) is listed: Highlight the all-in-one printer that is connected to your network. Select Yes, my printer is listed, then click Next. When your printer is detected, driver installation begins. d. When driver installation is complete, click Done. On a MACINTOSH Computer: a. From the dock, open System Preferences. b. Click Print & Fax. c. Click the + sign to add the printer. d. Select the printer from the list of available printers, then click Add.
Adding a network connection to a USB-connected computer
You can change the way you connect to your printer at any time.
For WINDOWS OS-based computers
To change the printer connection type from USB to a wireless (Wi-Fi) network: 1. On the printer control panel, press Home. 2. Press to select Network Settings, then press OK. 3. Press to select View Network Configuration, press OK, then confirm you have an IP address. 4. If you have not already done so, connect to your wireless network. See Configuring a wireless network connection, page 5. 5. On your computer, disable any firewall you have installed until you have successfully completed the installation For more information on firewalls, go to www.kodak.com/go/inkjetnetworking. 6. Select Start > All Programs > Kodak > Kodak Printer Network Setup Utility. 7. If your wireless all-in-one printer (example: KodakESP5200+1133) is not listed: a. Select No, my printer is not listed, then click Next. b. From the drop-down list, select your printer (ESP5200 Series (5250/5260). c. Select Network - Wireless/WiFi, then click Next. When your printer is detected, driver installation begins. 8. If your wireless all-in-one printer (example: KodakESP5200+1133) is listed: a. Highlight the all-in-one printer that is connected to your network. b. Select Yes, my printer is listed, then click Next. When your printer is detected, driver installation begins. 9. When driver installation is complete, click Done.

left paper-edge guide

paper stop paper tray extender
5. Carefully fan and stack the paper, then insert it into the tray. 6. Move the paper forward until it stops.
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7. Move the left paper-edge guide until it touches the paper.

Loading photo paper

The paper tray capacity is 20 sheets of photo paper. To load photo paper: 1. Remove any paper from the tray. 2. Carefully fan and stack the photo paper, then insert the paper (short side first) into the tray with the logo side facing up. 3. Move the paper forward until it stops. 4. Move the left paper-edge guide until it touches the paper.

Loading envelopes

The paper tray capacity is 20 envelopes. To load envelopes: 1. Remove any paper from the tray. 2. Insert the envelope(s) into the tray with the flap up and against the right side of the tray. 3. Move the left paper-edge guide until it touches the envelope(s).

Printing Pictures

The quickest way to print pictures is from a memory card inserted into the printer. Another way to print pictures is to use Home Center Software on your computer running the WINDOWS Operating System. Home Center Software lets you edit and enhance your pictures on your computer before printing. Open Home Center Software, select Print Pictures, then follow the on-screen instructions. If you have a MACINTOSH Computer, print your pictures using KODAK EASYSHARE Software, iPhoto, or another picture-editing program.
Changing Print Photos Options / Defaults
You can change the print photos options for an individual picture or group of pictures, or you can change the settings and save them as the default. To change print photos options: 1. Press Home. 2. If necessary, press to select View and Print Photos, then press OK. 3. Press or as needed to change the settings below.
Print Photos Option View Photos Transfer All to PC --Settings Description Scroll through the pictures on the memory card. To transfer all the pictures on the memory card to your computer, press OK then Start. (Your printer and computer must be connected with a USB cable.) The number of copies that print. If the selected copy size is smaller than the paper in the paper tray, the printer automatically arranges the pictures to best fit the paper size.

Quantity Print Size

1 (default) to 99 2x3 3.5 x x 6 (default) 4x7 5xx x 10 8.5 x 11 or A4 Normal (default) Best Draft

Plain Paper Quality

Good quality output; prints faster than Best. The highest quality. The fastest print speed. The printer detects when you load photo paper and sets Best quality automatically. 16

Photo Paper Quality

Automatic (default)
Print Photos Option Color
Settings Color (default) Black & White
Description Prints full color. Prints black and white (gray scale). Adjusts the image brightness to correct for underexposure and reduces the variation in contrast in different areas of the picture. Prints the date of the picture(s) (the date the picture was taken or last edited) in a corner of the print. To save settings as the new default, press OK, select Yes, then press OK.

Scene Balance

On (default) Off

Add Date to Prints

No (default) Yes No (default) Yes

Save as Defaults

Printing pictures from a memory card
Types of memory Your printer accepts the following memory cards: cards SD Card
SDHC Card MMC Card Memory Stick Variations of the memory cards listed above that require an adapter (for example, MEMORY STICK Duo, miniSD, and microSD) the adapter and the memory card as a unit; do not remove the memory card while leaving the adapter in the printer.
IMPORTANT: If you use a memory card with an adapter, make sure you insert and remove
Printing a picture If you use the default settings, one 4 x 6 in. /101 x 152 mm picture is printed. using the default To print a picture: settings
1. Load photo paper with the logo side facing up (see Loading photo paper, page 14), and move the left paper-edge guide until it touches the paper.
2. Insert the memory card into the memory card slot.
memory card slot left paper-edge guide
3. Press or to display the picture you want to print. 4. Press Start to begin printing.
IMPORTANT: To prevent loss of data from your memory card, do not remove it from the

printer while printing.

Printing pictures To print pictures with options other than the default settings (such as a different using non-default print size, black-and-white instead of color, or a date on the print): photo options 1. Load photo paper with the logo side facing up (see Loading photo paper,

2. Wipe the glass with a soft cloth or sponge, slightly moistened with a nonabrasive glass cleaner. 3. Dry the glass with a lint-free cloth. 4. When finished cleaning, plug in the printer.
Cleaning inside the scanner lid
Minor debris can accumulate on the white document backing located under the scanner lid.
Do not use paper-based wipes, as they can scratch the underside of the scanner lid. Do not use harsh or abrasive cleaners or organic solvents on the printer or any of its parts. To clean the white document backing under the scanner lid: 1. Unplug the printer and raise the scanner lid.
2. Gently clean the underside of the lid with a soft cloth or sponge, slightly moistened with a mild soap and warm water. 3. Dry the underside with a chamois or soft cloth. 4. If the white document backing needs further cleaning, use isopropyl (rubbing) alcohol on a soft cloth, then wipe thoroughly with a cloth damped with water to remove any residual alcohol. 5. When finished cleaning, plug in the printer.

Replacing ink cartridges

Your printer uses both black and color ink cartridges. You can check the approximate ink levels on the LCD (see Checking ink levels, page 40) or in Home Center Software. When an ink cartridge is out of ink, the printer LCD displays a message stating that the black or color ink cartridge needs replacing.
IMPORTANT: Do not use non-Kodak brand or refilled ink cartridges.
To replace an ink cartridge: 1. Make sure your printer is on. 2. Lift the printer access door, and wait for the carriage to move to the access position.
The black and color ink cartridges are located in the printhead.

printhead

color ink cartridge black ink cartridge
3. Pinch the latch on the ink cartridge and lift it out of the printhead.
4. Remove the ink cartridge from its bag.
IMPORTANT: Insert the ink cartridge into the printhead immediately to prevent the
printhead from drying out. 5. Remove the protective cap from the cartridge.
6. Insert the ink cartridge into the printhead.
7. Press down on the tab until you hear a click.
8. Close the printer access door.

Replacing the printhead

IMPORTANT: Replacing the printhead is not a regular maintenance procedure. Replace
the printhead only if you receive a new printhead from Kodak. To replace the printhead: 1. Make sure your printer is on. 2. Lift the printer access door, and wait for the carriage to move to the access position.

For additional information, go to www.kodak.com/go/inkjetnetworking.
Wireless connectivity problems Printhead carriage jam For wireless connectivity issues, go to www.kodak.com/go/inkjetnetworking. Open the printer access door and clear any obstructions. Check that the printhead and ink cartridges are installed correctly. (The printhead and ink cartridges are installed correctly when you hear them click into place.)
Problem Image quality problems
Possible Solutions For best results, use KODAK Paper or a paper with the COLORLOK Technology logo on the package. Make sure the paper is loaded correctly. See Loading paper, page 13 5. For more help, go to www.kodak.com/go/itg, select All-in-one printer, then Print Quality (missing colors, blank prints, etc). Check that KODAK Ink Cartridge(s) are installed. Do not use non-Kodak brand or refilled ink cartridges. Remove, then install the cartridges again. Make sure the cartridges click into place. Check for paper in the rear-access cleanout area. Open the printer access door and gently remove any paper from inside the printer. Make sure the paper in the tray is free of tears or creases. Make sure you do not overload the paper tray. For more information, see www.kodak.com/go/itg. Select All-in-one printer, then Paper jam. If you need to contact Kodak (see www.kodak.com/go/contact), have the following information available: Kodak Service Number (located inside or on the outside of the printer) Printer model number (located on the back of the printer) Computer model, operating system, and version of Home Center Software Exact wording of any error message(s)

Ink cartridge problems

Paper jam
Error messages or other problems you cannot resolve
For more troubleshooting information, go to www.kodak.com/go/esp5250support.

Status lights

The status lights indicate the condition of the printer. There are two status lights on the printer, one that indicates power, the other indicates Wi-Fi status.

Power status light

Power light Off What it means The printer is turned off. Press the on/off button to turn on power. The printer does not have power. Make sure that the power cord is plugged into the back of the printer and into an electrical outlet, and that the electrical outlet has power. The printer is busy. Wait for the printer to finish the task. The printer is ready

Blinking On

Wi-Fi status light
Power light Off Blinks continuously Blinks intermittently What it means The Wi-Fi radio is either turned off, or is turned on but not connected to a wireless network. The Wi-Fi radio is turned on and the printer is searching for available wireless networks within range. The Wi-Fi radio is turned on and the printer cannot find any available wireless networks within range, or the Wi-Fi radio connection has been interrupted, or is too weak to send signals to and from the printer To find and connect to an available wireless network within range, press OK, turn the Wi-Fi radio off, and run the WiFi Setup Wizard (see Configuring a wireless network connection, page 5). The Wi-Fi radio is turned on and there is a working connection between the printer and a wireless network.
Product and Safety Specifications
Specifications for this KODAK ESP 5200 Series All-in-One Printer are described in the tables below.
Specifications and features

Print performance

Print Performance Black Print Speed Color Print Speed Print Technology Print Quality Modes Up to 30 pages per minute on plain paper Up to 29 pages per minute on plain paper Continuous-tone, thermal inkjet Draft, Normal, and Best on plain paper Photo quality mode on photo paper

Photo printing features

Photo Printing Features Quantity Print Sizes Up to 99 (may vary for different models of the 5200 series printers) 2 x 3 in. (5 x 7.6 cm) 3.5 x 5 in. (9 x 12.7 cm) 4 x 6 in. (10 x 15 cm) 4 x 7 in. (10 x 18 cm) (Panoramic) 4 x 12 in. (10 x 30 cm) 5 x 7 in. (13 x 18 cm) 8 x 10 in. (20 x 25 cm) US Letter - 8.5 x 11 in. (22 x 28 cm) A4 (21 x 30 cm) Best, Normal, Draft Auto-detect plain paper, photo paper, and transparency Optimize image quality for KODAK Photo Papers with barcode KODAK PERFECT TOUCH Technology with Home Center Software Yes, No Color, Black-and-white On, Off
Quality Auto-detect Media Image Enhancement Add Dates to Prints Color Scene Balance

Copy document features

Copy Document Features Color Quantity Copy Sizes Plain Paper Quality Brightness Black-and-white or color 1 to 99 copies (may vary for different models of the 5200 series printers) Same Size, Fit-to-Page, 20% to 500% (may vary for different models of the 5200 series printers) Best, Normal, Draft 3 to + 3

Copy photo features

Copy Photo Features Color Quantity Copy Sizes Black-and-white or color 1 to 99 copies (may vary for different models of the 5200 series printers) 2 x 3 in. (5 x 7.6 cm) 3.5 x 5 in. (9 x 12.7 cm) 4 x 6 in. (10 x 15 cm) 4 x 7 in. (10 x 18 cm) (Panoramic) 4 x 12 in. (10 x 30 cm) 5 x 7 in. (13 x 18 cm) 8 x 10 in. (20 x 25 cm) US Letter - 8.5 x 11 in. (22 x 28 cm) A4 (21 x 30 cm) Automatic 3 to + 3

A Adding a network connection to a USB-connected computer, 11 Additional computers on network, installing printer on, 10 B Back button, 2 Black print speed, 44 C Cancel button, 2 Changing ink cartridges. See Replacing ink cartridges Cleaning the printer, 29 Components, printer, 1 Configuring your printer, 4 basic printer settings, 4 setting printer as the default printer, 5 wireless network settings, 5 Connecting to another KODAK All-in-One Printer, 10 Control panel, 1, 2 Copies adjusting settings, 25 changing document options, 22 changing photo options, 24 darkening or lightening, 26 enlarging or reducing a photo, 25 enlarging or reducing documents, 25 making, 22 Copy document features, 45 Copy photo features, 45 Country/Region, setting, 4 Cropping pictures. See Zooming and cropping pictures D Darkening copies, 26 Date and time setting, 4 synchronizing to your computer, 4 Default printer settings, resetting, 4 Document paper sizes, 49 Dowloading latest software and firmware, 41 DPOF. See Tagged images printing E Energy Star qualification, 52 Enlarging or reducing a copy document, 25 photo, 25
Envelopes capacity, 15 loading, 15 sizes, 13 Extender, paper tray, 1 F FAQs, Web support, 41 Firewall, disabling, 6 Firmware, downloading, 41 G Glass, scanner, 1 Greeting card size paper, 49 Guides left paper-edge, 1 right paper-edge, 1 H Home button, 2 Home Center Software, 3 for MACINTOSH Computers, 3 Maintenance pane, 3 Select pane, 3 Tools pane, 3 for WINDOWS OS-based computers, 3 Help icon, 3 Home icon, 3 Tools icon, 3 I Image Capture software, 21 Image formats supported, 46 Index card stock sizes, 49 Ink cartridge replacing, 32 Ink levels, 32 Installing printer on additonal computers on network, 10 IP Address, format for entering, 9 iPhoto software, 21 Iron-on transfers, 49 K Keyboard on LCD, using, 7 KODAK Home Center Software. See Home Center Software L Label sizes, 49 Language, setting, 4
KODAK ESP 5200 Series All-in-One printer
LCD, 1, 2 LED, Wi-Fi connectivity, 1 Left paper-edge guide, 1 Lid, scanner, 1 Lightening copies, 26 Lights power status, 43 Wi-Fi status, 43 Loading paper envelopes, 15 photo, 14 plain, 13 M Maintenance, 29 Marked images, printing. See Tagged images Media supported, 48 Memory card slot, 1 Memory cards printing pictures from, 17 types compatible with printer, 17 Monitoring printer performance, 40 N Navigation buttons, 2 Network configuration printing, 10 verifying, 9 Network name (SSID), 6 Network settings, wireless, configuring, 5 O OK button, 2 On/Off button, 2 Overview of printer, 1 P Panoramic photos, printing, 20 Paper, 12 loading envelopes, 15 photo paper, 14 plain paper, 13 sizes, 12 sizes supported, 49 types, 12 types supported, 48 Paper stop, 1 Paper tray, 1 Paper tray capacity envelopes, 15 photo paper, 14 plain paper, 13

Paper tray extender, 1 Photo paper capacity, 14 loading, 14 Photo paper sizes, 49 Photo printing features, 44 Plain paper capacity, 13 loading, 13 Ports power cord connection, 1 USB, 1 Power status light, 43 Print photos options, 16 Print sizes, 44 Printer access door, 1 Printer performance, monitoring and adjusting, 40 Printer supplies maintaining, 29 recycling, 29 Printhead removing, 36 replacing, 35 Printhead with ink cartridges installed, 1 Printing panoramic photos, 20 tagged image photos, 19 Protecting the printer, 29 R Rear-access cleanout area, 1 Recycling printer or supplies, 29 Red box around image on LCD, 21 Reducing or enlarging a copy document, 25 photo, 25 Removing the printhead, 36 Replacing ink cartridges, 32 Right paper-edge guide, 1 Rotate button, 2, 21 S Scanner glass, 1 lid, 1 Scanning, 27 changing settings in Home Center Software, 27 multiple pictures simultaneously, 28 Service agreements, 29 Settings basic printer, 4 wireless network, 5
Software support, 46 Software, downloading, 41 Start button, 2 Step-by-step solutions and repair, 41 Stop, paper, 1 System requirements, 41 T Tagged images printing, 19 setting, 4 Time to low power, setting, 4 Transferring pictures to a computer, 21 Transparency sizes, 49 Tray capacity envelopes, 15 photo paper, 14 plain paper, 13 Tray, paper, 1 Troubleshooting, 41 U Unlisted network, connecting to, 7 USB port, 1 USB to wireless connection, adding, 11
W Warranty, 46 Water exposure, troubleshooting, 29 Web support www.kodak.com/go/esp5250downloads, 41 www.kodak.com/go/esp5250specs, 41 www.kodak.com/go/esp5250support, 41 www.kodak.com/go/inkjetnetworking, 41 www.kodak.com/go/itg, 41 www.kodak.com/go/recycle, 29 WEP key, 6 Wi-Fi connectivity LED, 1 WiFi Setup Wizard, on printer, 6 Wi-Fi status light, 43 Wireless network settings, configuring, 5 WPA/WPA2 passphrase, 6 WPS, using to connect to wireless network, 8 PIN, 8 push button, 8 Z Zoom buttons, 2 Zooming and cropping pictures, 20

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Printer Overview

This printer lets you print, copy, and scan pictures and documents. In addition, this printer supports networking, letting you access the printer over a wireless (Wi-Fi) network.

Components

Wi-Fi connectivity LED Memory card slot Control panel LCD USB port Power cord connection port Rear-access cleanout area Printer access door
Printhead with ink cartridges installed Right paper-edge guide Paper tray Paper tray extender / paper stop Left paper-edge guide Scanner glass Scanner lid

Control panel

Feature 1 LCD 2 On/Off button 3 Home button 4 Navigation buttons 5 Zoom buttons 6 Start button 7 Cancel button Rotate button OK button

10 Back button

Description Displays pictures, messages, and menus; lifts for easy viewing Turns the printer on or off Displays the main menu, and toggles between screens Used to navigate menus, scroll through pictures Enlarge or reduce the size of the displayed picture Begins copying, scanning, printing, maintenance task, and file transfer Stops the current operation and returns to the menu; returns to previous item when navigating menus Changes the orientation of the displayed picture; with the zoom function, changes the orientation of the red box that shows the area of the picture to be printed Selects a menu item, accepts a zoom setting, and lets you continue with the current operation Displays the previous screen

Home Center Software

KODAK Home Center Software is installed as part of the software installation on your computer. The Home Center icon is added to your desktop and, depending on your configuration, to the Start menu. Use this icon to start Home Center Software.
On a computer with WINDOWS Operating System (OS), you can use Home Center Software to: browse, crop, enhance, and edit pictures print, scan, and fax upgrade your printer with the latest software and firmware configure your printer order supplies access the KODAK Tips and Projects Center
On a computer with MAC OS, you can use Home Center Software to order supplies, configure your printer, set printer scan settings, or check for printer software updates.

Connecting to a WPS wireless router
If your router supports Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS), you can use WPS Connect. WPS lets you configure your printer for a wireless network by pressing buttons or entering a PIN. To connect to a network using WPS: 1. Press Home. 2. Press to select Network Settings, then press OK. 3. With WiFi Setup Wizard selected, press OK. NOTE: The Wi-Fi radio turns on automatically when you select Wi-Fi Setup Wizard. 4. With WPS Connect selected, press OK. 5. Select one of two methods of connecting: IMPORTANT: Before you press OK on the printer, make sure you know where the router's push button is, or where to enter the generated PIN. If necessary, consult your Internet service provider or router device manufacturers documentation for more information.
Pressing a button Entering a PIN
NOTE: You will have two minutes to press or select the WPS button. It may be a button on the device or a virtual button in the devices software. a. With Push Button Configuration selected, press OK. b. Press or select the WPS button for your wireless router.
a. Press to select Generate WPS PIN, then press OK. b. In your wireless routers software, locate the PIN screen. c. Enter the PIN you received on the LCD into the PIN screen.
6. When the confirmation message appears, press OK. If the printer is successfully connected, the Wi-Fi LED will stop blinking and stay on steadily. If you are unable to connect your printer, go to www.kodak.com/go/inkjetnetworking for more information. 7. If you havent yet installed the KODAK All-in-One Printer Software, go to www.kodak.com/go/aiodownloads and follow the on-screen instructions to install the software. The printer with a wireless connection is listed as the name of the printer plus a number (for example, KodakESP5200+1133). 8. Enable the firewall that you disabled earlier.

Using the LCD keyboard

When you need to enter letters or numbers, a keyboard appears on the LCD. There are two types of keyboards, depending on which printer model you have.
To change from uppercase to lowercase, select abc/123,
then press OK. To change from lowercase to uppercase, select ABC/123, then press OK. To enter punctuation or symbols, select !@#, then press OK.
Use the arrow keys to select the letters, numbers, and symbols, then press OK.
On the control panel (both types of keyboards), press , , or to select the letters and numbers, using the correct uppercase and lowercase letters. Press OK after each character. When you are done, select DONE, then press OK.

Setting up an IP address

IMPORTANT: You should only need to set up an IP address for your printer if you are

having a problem with connecting. Typically, it is not necessary to set up an IP address. This procedure is for advanced users who know how to obtain the IP address for the printer. All IP address entries have the following format: 000.000.000.000. Within each three-digit grouping, the number must be right-justified. If an address or subnet mask has only one or two characters between the periods, include one or two leading zeros in front of that number. For example:
The address as it may appear in your documentation
149.89.138.149 149.2.40.149
How to enter the address in the printer menu
149.089.138.149 149.002.040.149
For information about obtaining the printer IP address, go to www.kodak.com/go/inkjetnetworking.
To set up your IP address on the printer: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Press Home. Press to select Network Settings, then press OK. Press to select Advanced IP Address Setup, then press OK. Press OK again to continue. Select one of the following, then press OK: Dynamic (DHCP) Automatic (Private) Manual (Static) 6. If you selected Manual (Static), you are prompted to enter an IP address, a Subnet Mask, a Gateway Address, and a DNS Server address. Press OK after each entry. Use the navigation buttons to enter each digit of the numbers. Consult your Internet service provider or network administrator for more information.
Viewing the network configuration
To view the network configuration and verify that you are connected to your wireless network: 1. Press Home. 2. Press to select Network Settings, then press OK. 3. Press to select View Network Configuration, then press OK. The wireless or Ethernet network settings appear on the LCD, including: Printer Hostname Connection Speed IP Address IP Address Type Network Subnet Connected Network SSID Security Authentication Channel Region Radio (on/off) MAC Address If the printer is connected to your network, you will see the network name and the word CONNECTED. 4. To scroll through the information, press. 5. When you are done, press OK.
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Printing the network configuration
To print the current network configuration: 1. 2. 3. 4. Load plain paper into the printer. (See Loading plain paper, page 14.) Press Home. Press to select Network Settings, then press OK. Press to select Print Network Configuration, then press OK.
Installing your printer on additional computers on the network

The printer with a wireless connection is listed as the name of the printer plus a number (for example, KodakESP5200+1133).
If your printer is connected to a computer with MAC OS: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Unplug the USB cable from your printer and computer. On the printer control panel, press Home. Press to select Network Settings, then press OK. Press to select View Network Configuration, press OK, then confirm you have an IP address. Select Apple > System Preferences. Under Hardware, select Print & Fax. In the Print & Fax dialog box, click +. Select your printer from the list, then click Add.

Handling Paper

For the best photo printing results, use KODAK Photo Papers, which are optimized to work with KODAK All-in-One Printers. For the best document printing results, use KODAK Document Papers or a paper with the COLORLOK Technology logo on the package. Use only paper that is designed for inkjet printers. When handling paper: Hold the paper by the edges; avoid placing your fingerprints on it. Do not touch the glossy side of photo paper. Store paper flat, away from direct sunlight and heat.

Paper types

You can use: Plain paper 20 to 24 lb / 75 to 90 gsm Photo paper 6.5 to 12 mils (up to 290 gsm) Card stock 110 lb / 200 gsm, max Envelopes 20 to 24 lb / 75 to 90 gsm Transparencies inkjet variety with white stripe Labels all commercially available inkjet varieties on 8.5 x 11-in. or A4 sheets Iron-on transfers all commercially available inkjet varieties on 8.5 x 11-in. or A4 sheets

Paper sizes

The printer accepts the following paper sizes: 4 x 6 in. / 10 x 15 cm 4 x 7 in. / 10 x 18 cm 4 x 12 in. / 10 x 31 cm 5 x 7 in. / 13 x 18 cm 7.3 x 8.5 in. / 18 x 22 cm 7.3 x 10.5 in. / 18 x 22 cm 8 x 10 in. / 20 x 25 cm 8.5 x 11 in. / 22 x 28 cm 8.5 x 14 in. / 22 x 36 cm A4 (8.3 x 11.7 in. / 21 x 30 cm) A5 (5.8 x 8.3 in. / 15 x 21 cm) A6 (4.1 x 5.8 in. / 11 x 15 cm) B5 (6.9 x 9.8 in. / 18 x 25 cm) NOTE: Do not load paper smaller than 4 x 6 in. / 10 x 15 cm.

Envelope sizes

The printer accepts the following envelope sizes: C5 (6.7 x 9 in. / 16 x 23 cm) C6 (4.5 x 6.4 in. / 11 x 16 cm) DL (4.3 x 8.7 in. / 11 x 22 cm) US #7 (3.9 x 7.5 in. / 10 x 19 cm) US #9 (3.9 x 8.9 in. / 10 x 23 cm) US #10 (4.1 x 9.5 in. / 11 x 24 cm) IMPORTANT: Do not load envelopes with cutout or clear windows.

Loading paper

Loading plain paper
The paper tray capacity is 100 sheets of plain paper. To load plain paper: 1. Open the paper tray.
2. Pull out the paper tray extender until it is fully extended. 3. Lift the paper stop. 4. Move the left paper-edge guide to the far left.

left paper-edge guide

paper stop paper tray extender
5. Fan and stack the paper, then insert it into the tray. 6. Move the paper forward until it stops. 7. Move the left paper-edge guide until it touches the paper.

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4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14.
In the Copies & Pages drop-down list, select Paper Handling. In the Pages to Print drop-down list, select Odd Only. In the Page Order drop-down list, select Reverse. Click Print. When the odd pages have finished printing, remove them from the output tray. Rotate the printed pages 180 degrees, and place them into the paper tray (printed side up). Select File > Print. In the Copies & Pages drop-down list, select Paper Handling. In the Pages to Print drop-down list, select Even Only. In the Page Order drop-down list, select Normal. Click Print.

Printing pictures

You can print pictures with your all-in-one printer from a memory card inserted into a memory card slot, or you can print pictures using Home Center Software from your computer with WINDOWS OS. Home Center Software lets you edit and enhance your pictures quickly. Open Home Center Software, select Print Pictures, then follow the on-screen instructions. On a computer with either MAC OS or WINDOWS OS, you can print pictures from KODAK EASYSHARE Software or any picture-editing or photo-management software.
Printing from a memory card
Your printer accepts the following memory cards: SD Card SDHC Card MMC Card MEMORY STICK Variations of the memory cards listed above that require an adapter (for example, MEMORY STICK Duo, miniSD, and microSD) IMPORTANT: If you use a memory card with an adapter, make sure you insert and remove the adapter and the memory card as a unit; do not remove the memory card while leaving the adapter in the printer.
Using default settings to print a picture
To print a picture from a memory card using the factory default settings: 1. Load photo paper with the logo side facing up (see Loading photo paper, page 15), and move the left paper-edge guide until it touches the paper. 2. Insert the memory card into the memory card slot.
memory card slot left paper-edge guide
3. Press or to select the picture you want to print. 4. Press Start to begin printing. The printer prints one 4 x 6 in. / 10 x 15 cm picture. IMPORTANT: To prevent loss of data from your memory card, do not remove it from the printer while printing.
Changing the settings and printing pictures
You can change the print photos options for an individual picture or group of pictures, or you can change the settings and save them as the default. To print a picture or pictures using settings other than the default settings: 1. Load photo paper with the logo side facing up (see Loading photo paper, page 15), and move the left paper-edge guide until it touches the paper.

Transferring pictures to a computer with MAC OS
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Insert the memory card into the memory card slot on the printer. Press Back. Press to select View and Print Photos, then press OK. Press to select Transfer All to PC, then press OK. Press Start. If your computer is connected to a wireless network and with a USB cable, select the USB-connected printer (no number after the printer name). 7. Use iPhoto or Image Capture on your computer to complete the transfer.

Copying

You can copy documents and pictures with your all-in-one printer. The printer produces highquality color or black-and-white copies on a variety of paper types (see Paper types, page 13).

Copying a document

You can copy a document using the default settings, or you can adjust the quantity, size, quality, and brightness of your copies.
Using the default settings to copy a document
The default settings are either the factory default settings (see Resetting factory defaults, page 49), or defaults that you have set on the printer (see Save as Defaults, page 26). To copy a document using the current default settings: 1. Lift the scanner lid, and place the document face down in the right-front corner of the scanner glass.
2. Close the lid. 3. Press Home. 4. Press Start to begin copying.
Adjusting the settings and copying a document
To copy a document using settings other than the default settings: 1. Lift the scanner lid, and place the document face down in the right-front corner of the scanner glass.

2. 3. 4. 5.

Close the lid. Press Home. Make sure Copy Document is selected, then press OK. Press to select an option, then press or to change the setting.
Copy Document Option Setting 1 (default) to 99 Color (default) Black & White Description The number of copies that print. Prints full color. Prints black and white (gray scale). The copy is the same size as the original. The printer detects the size of the original on the scanner glass and the size of the paper in the paper tray, and automatically reduces or enlarges the original so that the copy fits on the paper. Reduces up to 20% or enlarges up to 500% of the original size.

Quantity Color

Copy Size
Same Size (default) Fit to Page

20% to 500%

Copy Document Option Plain Paper Quality
Setting Normal (default) Best

Description Good quality output; prints faster than Best. The highest quality, but the slowest print speed; eliminates the banding effect that sometimes occurs when printing Draft or Normal. The fastest print speed, but the lowest quality. The printer detects photo paper in the paper tray and sets Best quality automatically. Lightens or darkens the copy. Normal is no change from the original; -3 is the darkest; +3 is the lightest. To save the settings as the new default, press OK. With Yes selected, press OK.
Draft Photo Paper Quality Automatic (default) Normal, -3 to +3 (Normal is default) No / Yes

Brightness

Save as Defaults
6. Press Start to begin copying.
Changing the number of copies of a document
To change the number of copies: 1. Lift the scanner lid, and place the document face down in the right-front corner of the scanner glass.

2. Close the lid.

3. Press Home. 4. Make sure Copy Document is selected, then press 5. Press Start to begin copying.

to select a number.

Enlarging or reducing a document
To enlarge or reduce the size of the copy: 1. Lift the scanner lid, and place the document face down in the right-front corner of the scanner glass.

2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Close the lid. Press Home. Make sure Copy Document is selected, then press OK. Press to select Copy Size. Press or to select an enlargement or reduction. Press Start to begin copying.
Darkening or lightening a copy
To darken or lighten the copy: 1. Lift the scanner lid, and place the document face down in the right-front corner of the scanner glass.

2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Close the lid. Press Home. With Copy Document selected, press OK. Press to select Brightness. Press to select a number below zero for a darker copy, or press number above zero for a lighter copy. 7. Press Start to begin copying.

to select a

Copying a photograph
You can copy a photograph using the default settings, or you can adjust the quantity, size, quality, and brightness of your copies.
Using the default settings to copy a photograph
The default settings are either the factory default settings (see Resetting factory defaults, page 49), or defaults that you have set on the printer (see Save as Defaults, page 31). To copy a photograph using the current default settings: 1. Lift the scanner lid, and place the photograph face down in the right-front corner of the scanner glass.
Close the lid. Press Home. Press to select Copy Photo. Press Start to begin copying.

Before saving a scanned file, you can preview it in Home Center Software version 6.0, crop and sharpen the image, and adjust color, if desired. On a computer with WINDOWS OS, see the Home Center Software Help (? icon) for instructions.
Scanning from the computer
To scan a document or a picture on a computer: 1. Lift the scanner lid, and place the document or picture face down on the glass. 2. Close the scanner lid. 3. Open Home Center Software. On a computer with WINDOWS OS, select Scan Documents and Pictures, then follow the on-screen instructions. On a computer with MAC OS and Home Center Software version 6.0, select the Tools tab, click Scan Application, then follow the on-screen instructions.
Scanning multiple pictures simultaneously
Using Home Center Software, you can scan multiple pictures simultaneously and save them as separate files. When scanning multiple pictures, leave space between the pictures so that the printer can detect the separate pictures. Any pictures that overlap are interpreted as a single picture.
Scanning multiple pictures when connected to a computer with WINDOWS OS To scan multiple pictures simultaneously, and save them as separate files:
1. Lift the scanner lid, and place the pictures face down on the glass, leaving space between the pictures. 2. Close the lid. 3. Open Home Center Software, then select Tools and Documentation. 4. Click Printer Scan Settings, then select the Picture tab. 5. Select Automatically Detect Pictures, if it is not selected, then click OK. 6. Click the Home icon in the top right corner, then select Scan Documents and Pictures. 7. Make sure that Picture is selected and Collage - Combine all pictures is cleared, then follow the on-screen instructions. NOTE: Click the Help icon for additional instructions.
Scanning multiple pictures when connected to a computer with MAC OS
To scan multiple pictures simultaneously, and save them as separate files: 1. Lift the scanner lid, and place the pictures face down on the glass, leaving space between the pictures. 2. Close the lid. 3. Open Home Center Software version 6.0, then select your printer. 4. Select the Tools tab. 5. Click Scan Application. 6. Select Color Picture or Black and White Picture. 7. Select Automatically detect multiple pictures, if it is not selected. 8. Click Preview or Scan All, then follow the on-screen instructions. NOTE: Click the Help icon for additional instructions.
Scanning from the control panel
To scan a document or a picture from the control panel: 1. Load the original. 2. Press Home. 3. Press to select Scan, then press OK. The Scan Options menu appears on the LCD.

4. Press

to select an option, then press

Settings

USB-connected computer (default) Name of computer (only if a computer is connected by wireless network)

to change the setting.

Description

Scan Option

Scan To
The scanned file is sent to the USB-connected computer. The scanned file is sent to the computer on the wireless or Ethernet network. Sets the scan settings for scanning a document (see Changing the scan settings for scanning from the control panel, page 34). Sets the scan settings for scanning a photograph (see Changing the scan settings for scanning from the control panel, page 34). Sends the scanned file in the format and to the location on your computer that you designate (see Changing the scan settings for scanning from the control panel, page 34). Sends the scanned file to Home Center Software. To save the settings as the new default, press OK. With Yes selected, press OK.

Scan What

Document (default)

Destination

File (default)
Application Save as Defaults No / Yes
5. Press Start to make a scan. The scanned file appears at the destination you specified.

Maintaining Your Printer

Your printer requires little maintenance. However, Kodak recommends cleaning the scanner glass and lid regularly to remove dust and fingerprints, which affect the quality and accuracy of scanning. Except while cleaning the printer, keep the printer plugged into an AC power outlet. If you use a power strip, don't turn off the power strip. (The printer does not necessarily have to be turned on, but should be plugged in.) Keep the printhead and ink cartridges in the printer at all times to help prevent damage to the printhead. For recycling and/or disposal information, contact your local authorities. In the US, go to the Electronics Industry Alliance at www.eia.org or go to www.kodak.com/go/recycle.
General care and cleaning

CAUTION:

Always disconnect the power to the printer before cleaning it. Do not use harsh or abrasive cleaners on any part of the printer. To clean the printer, wipe the outside with a clean, dry cloth. Keep the surrounding area vacuumed and litter-free. Protect the printer from tobacco smoke, dust, and liquid spills. Do not place objects on the printer. Keep the printer supplies away from direct sunlight and out of high-temperature environments. Do not allow chemicals to come into contact with the printer.

To update the printer firmware: 1. Make sure that your computer is connected to the Internet. 2. Connect the printer to the computer with a USB cable or wirelessly (if not currently connected). 3. Open Home Center Software, and make sure that KODAK ESP 5200 Series AiO - Connected appears in the lower left corner of the Home Center Software window. 4. Click Tools and Documentation. 5. Under Web Links, click Check for Printer (Firmware) Updates. 6. If there are updates, click Next and follow the on-screen instructions. IMPORTANT: Do not turn off or unplug your printer or your computer during the update. Doing so may cause the printer to become inoperable.
Updating if your printer is connected to a computer with MAC OS
To update the software: 1. 2. 3. 4. Make sure that your computer is connected to the Internet. Open Home Center Software. On the KODAK AiO Home Center menu, select Check for Updates. If there are software updates, follow the on-screen instructions for updating your software.
To update the firmware: 1. Go to www.kodak.com/go/esp5210downloads or www.kodak.com/go/esp5250downloads. 2. Connect the printer to the computer with a USB cable or wirelessly (if not currently connected). 3. Select your operating system from the drop-down list. 4. Click Select in the Firmware box. 5. Read the instructions, click Download, then follow the on-screen instructions. IMPORTANT: Do not turn off or unplug your printer or your computer during the update.
Monitoring and adjusting printer performance
From the control panel, you can perform tasks to help keep the printer functioning well.

Checking ink levels

To check the ink levels: 1. Press Home. 2. Press to select Maintenance, then press OK. 3. With Check Ink Levels selected, press OK. The LCD shows approximate levels of ink in the cartridges so you know when its time to order replacement cartridges.
Resetting factory defaults
To reset defaults to the factory default settings: Press Home. Press to select Printer Settings. Press to select Reset All Settings, then press OK. When you see the message, This will reset printer settings to factory defaults, press OK. NOTE: Resetting factory defaults does not change the date and time, language, country/region, or network settings. 1. 2. 3. 4.

Troubleshooting

Basic troubleshooting
Some problems can be resolved quickly by power cycling the printer: Turn off your printer. Wait five seconds. Turn on the printer. Use the following information to help troubleshoot problems with your printer.

Problem

Printer does not power on

Possible Solutions

Make sure you are using the power cord that came with your printer. Make sure the power cord is connected to the AC adapter, it is plugged into an outlet or power strip, and that the LED on the AC adapter is lit. Make sure your printer is plugged in and turned on. If you are using a USB cable, make sure that: it is a USB 2.0 High-Speed cable. it is connected to both your printer and your computer. you restart the computer if the USB cable was disconnected from the printer then reconnected, or if power to the printer was interrupted. If you are using a wireless connection, make sure: the Wi-Fi connectivity LED on the printer is glowing steadily. the printer is connected to your wireless network. To check: a. On the printer, press Home. b. Press to select Network Settings, then press OK. c. Press to select View Network Configuration, then press OK. Make sure that the Active Connection Type is WiFi, and that the IP Address is not zeros. your router is transmitting data. the firewall (excluding WINDOWS Firewall) is allowing the services needed for your printer. For additional information, go to www.kodak.com/go/inkjetnetworking.

Risk of explosion if battery is replaced by an incorrect type. Dispose of used batteries according to local instructions.

LCD screen safety

Use only a dry, soft cloth to clean the LCD screen. Do not use any liquid or chemical cleaners. If the LCD screen is damaged, contact Kodak immediately. If any of the solution from the display gets on your hands, wash then thoroughly with soap and water. If the liquid crystal solution gets into your eyes, flush your eyes immediately with water. If any discomfort or change in vision persists after washing, seek medical attention immediately.

Ink cartridge safety

Keep all ink cartridges out of the reach of children. If ink gets on your skin, wash with soap and water. If ink gets into your eyes, flush immediately with water. If any discomfort or change in vision persists after washing, seek medical attention immediately. For MSDS information on inks, go to www.kodak.com/go/MSDS.

Regulatory compliance

FCC statement
The United States Federal Communications Commission (in CFR 47 Part 15.105) has specified that the following notice be brought to the attention of the users of this product: Note: 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 communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or 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 product 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.

ENERGY STAR Qualified All-in-One Printer
To conserve energy, this printer will enter a reduced power (sleep) mode automatically after 1 hour. You can adjust the delay time (in 0.5 hour increments) up to 4 hours. Increasing the delay time may result in reduced energy savings.
ENERGY STAR and the ENERGY STAR mark are registered U.S. service marks. As an ENERGY STAR partner, KODAK has determined that this product meets ENERGY STAR Guidelines for energy efficiency. For more information on the ENERGY STAR program, see www.energystar.gov.

Warranty Information

Limited Warranty
Kodak warrants Kodak consumer electronic products and accessories (Products), excluding batteries, to be free from malfunctions and defects in both materials and workmanship for one year from the date of purchase. Retain the original dated sales receipt. Proof of the date of purchase will be required with any request for warranty repair.
Limited Warranty Coverage
Warranty service is only available from within the country where the Products were originally purchased. You may be required to send Products, at your expense, to the authorized service facility for the country where the Products were purchased. Kodak will repair or replace Products if they fail to function properly during the warranty period, subject to any conditions and/or limitations stated herein. Warranty service will include all labor as well as any necessary adjustments and/or replacement parts. If Kodak is unable to repair or replace a Product, Kodak will, at its option, refund the purchase price paid for the Product provided the Product has been returned to Kodak together with proof of the purchase price paid. Repair, replacement, or refund of the purchase price are the sole remedies under this warranty. If replacement parts are used in making repairs, those parts may be remanufactured or may contain remanufactured materials. If it is necessary to replace the entire Product, it may be replaced with a remanufactured Product. Remanufactured Products, parts and materials are warranted for the remaining warranty term of the original Product, or 90 days after the date of repair or replacement, whichever is longer.

Limitations

This warranty does not cover circumstances beyond Kodaks control. This warranty does not apply when failure is due to shipping damage, accident, alteration, modification, unauthorized service, misuse, abuse, use with incompatible accessories or attachments (such as third party ink or ink tanks), failure to follow Kodaks operation, maintenance or repacking instructions, failure to use items supplied by Kodak (such as adapters and cables), or claims made after the duration of this warranty. KODAK MAKES NO OTHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTY FOR THIS PRODUCT, AND DISCLAIMS THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES AND CONDITIONS OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. In the event that the exclusion of any implied warranty is ineffective under the law, the duration of the implied warranty will be one year from the purchase date or such longer period as required by law. The option of repair, replacement, or refund is Kodaks only obligation. Kodak will not be responsible for any special, consequential or incidental damages resulting from the sale, purchase, or use of this product regardless of the cause. Liability for any special consequential or incidental damages (including but not limited to loss of revenue or profit, downtime costs, loss of the use of the equipment, cost of substitute equipment, facilities or services or claims of your customers for such damages resulting from the purchase, use or failure of the Product), regardless of cause, or for breach of any written or implied warranty is expressly disclaimed.

I Image Capture software, 23 image formats supported, 55 index card stock sizes, 57 ink cartridges, replacing, 4143 ink levels, 49 IP address setting up, 8 viewing, 9 iPhoto software, 23 iron-on transfers, 57 K keyboard on LCD, using, 8 KODAK EASYSHARE Software, 18 KODAK Home Center Software, 3 KODAK Pic Flick App, 23 L label sizes, 57 language, setting, 4 LCD, 1, 2 left paper-edge guide, location, 1 lightening copies documents, 28 photos, 33 lights power status, 52 Wi-Fi status, 52 loading paper in tray envelopes, 16 photo, 15 plain paper, 14 M MAC address, viewing, 9 marked images, printing. See tagged images media supported, 56 memory card slot, 1 memory cards types compatible with printer, 18 N navigation buttons, 2 network, wireless configuration, viewing and printing, 9 connecting to, 510 non-WPS router, 5 WPS router, 7 installing printer on, 10 IP address, setting up, 8 subnet, viewing, 9
O OK button, 2 on/off button, 2 overview of printer, 1 P paper, 13 loading in tray envelopes, 16 photo paper, 15 plain paper, 14 sizes supported, 13, 57 types supported, 13, 56 paper tray capacity, 54 envelopes, 16 photo paper, 15 plain paper, 14 extender, location, 1 location, 1 photo paper capacity, 15 loading, 15 sizes supported, 57 photo printing features, 53 adding date to prints, 53 image enhancement, 53 print sizes, 53 scene balance, 53 from wireless device, 23 Pic Flick App, 23 plain paper capacity, 14 loading, 14 power cord connection port, 1 power status light, 52 printer access door, 1 cleaning instructions, 39 defaults, resetting, 4, 49 hostname, 9 maintaining, 3949 settings, configuring, 3 supplies ordering using Home Center Software, 3 recycling, 39 printer connection, changing USB to wireless, 11 printhead location, 1 removing, 45 replacing, 4447
printing, 1723 documents, 17 tagged image photos, 21 tagged pictures, 3 two-sided documents, 1718 R rear-access cleanout area, 1 recycling printer or supplies, 39 red box around image on LCD, 22 reducing copies documents, 27 photos, 32 regulatory compliance European, 60 removing the printhead, 45 replacing ink cartridges, 4143 resolution, scanning, 35 right paper-edge guide, 1 rotate button, 2, 22 S scanner glass cleaning, 40 location, 1 scanner lid, 1 scanner type, 54 scanning, 3438 automatically detect pictures, 36 changing settings in Home Center Software, 34 features, 54 file format document, 34 picture, 35 from computer, 3637 from control panel, 37 maximum scan size, 54 multiple pictures simultaneously, 36 resolution, 35 selecting quality, 35 setting options, 1921, 38 settings copy documents, 2526 copy photos, 3031 copying, 2526, 3031 scanning, 1921, 38 software downloading (updating), 47 Home Center, 3 support, 55

 

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