Epson Stylus CX3500
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When handling ink cartridges
Do not shake the ink cartridge after removing from the package; this can cause leakage. Keep the ink cartridge out of the reach of children. Do not allow children to handle it, or drink ink. Be careful when you handle used ink cartridges, as there may be some ink remaining around the ink supply port. If ink gets on your skin, wash the area thoroughly with soap and water. If ink gets into your eyes, flush them immediately with water. If discomfort or vision problems remain after a thorough flushing, see a doctor immediately.
Read all of the instructions in this section when setting up and using this product.
When placing this product
Avoid places subject to rapid changes in temperature and humidity. Also, keep this product away from direct sunlight, strong light, and heat sources. Avoid places subject to dust, shocks, and vibrations. Leave enough room around this product for sufficient ventilation. Place this product near a wall outlet where you can easily plug in and unplug this product. Place this product on a flat, stable surface that extends beyond this product base in all directions. If you place this product by the wall, leave more than 10 cm between the back of this product and the wall. This product will not operate properly if it is tilted at an angle. When storing or transporting this product, do not tilt it, stand it on its side, or turn it upside down; otherwise, ink may leak from the cartridge.
When using this product
Do not put your hand inside this product or touch the ink cartridges during printing. Do not block or cover the openings on this product. Do not attempt to service this product by yourself. Unplug this product and refer servicing to qualified service personnel under the following conditions: The power cord or plug is damaged; liquid has entered into this product; this product has been dropped or the cover damaged; this product does not operate normally or exhibits a distinct change in performance. When connecting this product to a computer or other device with a cable, ensure the correct orientation of the connectors. Each connector has only one correct orientation. Inserting a connector in the wrong orientation may damage both devices connected by the cable. Do not insert objects into the slots on this product. Never spill liquid on this product. Do not leave this product with the ink cartridges uninstalled. If it has been left with ink cartridges uninstalled for a long time, the ink remaining in the print head nozzle drys out; this product may becomes unable to print.
When choosing a power source
Use only the type of power source indicated on the label on the back of this product. Use only the power cord that comes with this product. Use of another cord may cause fire or electric shock. This products power cord is for use with this product only. Use with other equipment may cause fire or electric shock. Be sure your AC power cord meets the relevant local safety standards.
Using the Control Panel
Control Panel Functions
Enters Copy Mode and allows you to set the number of copies. The number of copies increases by one when this button is pressed once. The number of copies is displayed in the LED window. If you press this button when 9 is displayed as the number of copies, - appears in the LED window. This indicates that 100 copies will be made. To make between 10 and 100 copies, make sure that - is displayed, then insert the same amount of sheets in the feeder as the number of copies you want made. If you make up to 99 copies, a paper out error will occur when this product finishes making copies and runs out of paper. To clear the error, press the y Stop button. 1 appears in the LED window if this button is pressed when - is displayed.
Plain Paper Photo Paper
Selects Plain Paper or Photo Paper as the paper type. Select Plain Paper when using plain paper or recycled paper. Select Photo Paper when using DURABright Photo Paper. Selects A4 or as the size of the paper set in the sheet feeder. indicates cm size paper. You can only copy onto A4 or cm size paper when using the control panel. Reduces or enlarges the size of the copied image to fit the selected size of paper. Copies in grayscale. Copies in color. Stops copying. The sheet being copied is ejected.
Buttons P On H Function Turns this product on and off. Moves the print head to the ink check position when an ink cartridge that is empty or nearly empty is detected. Moves the print head to the ink cartridge replacement position. Returns the print head to its home position after ink cartridge replacement. Performs print head cleaning if held down for three seconds when the ink light is off. Fit to Page
Start B&W Start Color
Note: All lights will turn off if no buttons have been pressed for 15 minutes. When a button is pressed, the lights will return to their former state.
Light On Pattern On Status Indicates this product is on. Indicates this product is copying, printing, receiving data, scanning, having an ink cartridge replaced, charging ink, or cleaning the print head. Indicates this product is being turned off. Indicates that an error has occurred. (For details, see Troubleshooting on page 15.) Indicates that the ink level in a cartridge is low. Continue to use it until it is empty. Indicates that an ink cartridge is empty or missing. Indicates the number of copies. Indicates that 100 copies will be made. Indicates that an error has occurred. Indicates that the adjust lever has been set to the ^ position. Indicates that the adjust lever has been set to the standard m position. Indicates that the control panel is operating at reduced power. (The product switches to this mode after 15 minutes of inactivity. The panel reverts to normal power when any key other than the P On button is pressed.) Indicates the selected paper type.
Fit to Page
Indicates that the product has been set to copy the original so that it fits to the selected paper size.
Flashing (fast) m Error On or Flashing
Copy (LED window)
1 to 9
Indicates the selected paper size. indicates cm size paper.
This section describes how to make copies using the control panel.
Load the paper with the printable side up so it is against the right edge guide, and slide it into the sheet feeder.
1. Open the paper support, then slide out the extension, and then open the feeder guard.
Slide the left edge guide so that it meets the left edge of the paper. Note: Always load paper short edge first into the sheet feeder.
Lower the output tray and slide out the extension.
Make sure that the paper stack is flush with or lower than the triangular load-limit mark on the edge guide. Make sure that the paper is loaded under the tabs inside the edge guides. Ensure that you set the adjust lever to the m position. If you print on paper other than envelopes when the lever is set to the ^ position, print quality and speed will be compromised.
Set the feeder guard back.
Slide out the left edge guide so that the distance between the two edge guides is slightly wider than the paper you are going to load.
Note: The print result is affected by the kind of paper you use. For the best quality, use the appropriate paper.
Press the P On button to turn on this product. Open the document cover. Place the original document facing down on the document table. Make sure that the document is properly aligned.
Align the document with the pointer mark at the top left of the document table.
Each of the above copying modes is available by making the appropriate settings as shown in the following table.
Copying Mode Standard Small margin Borderless Fit to Page Paper Type Paper size Fit to Page Off Off On On On
Plain Paper Photo Paper Photo Paper Plain Paper Photo Paper
A4, A4, A4, A4, A4, 10 15
Refer to the appropriate section that follows for the detailed procedures on making copies with each mode.
Caution: Never open the document cover beyond its limit by intention. Do not place heavy objects on top of this product.
1. 2. 3.
Follow the steps in Loading Paper on page 6. Follow the steps in Placing a Photo or Document on the Document Table on page 7. Press the Copy button repeatedly until the desired number of copies is displayed in the LED window. Note: To make between 10 and 100 copies, press the Copy button repeatedly until - is displayed. For more information about the - sign, see Buttons on page 4. After approximately every 10 sheets have been printed, remove the sheets from the output tray.
Close the document cover gently so that the document does not move. Note: To copy the document properly, close the document cover to prevent interference from the external light. Do not leave photographs on the document table for an extended period of time. They may stick to the glass of the document table.
5. This product can be used to make copies in the following ways. Standard: makes copies with a 3 mm margin. Borderless: makes copies without margins on photo paper. Use this function for copying photos. Small margin: makes copies with a 1.5 mm margin, thus increasing the printable area. 6.
Press the paper type button to select Plain Paper. For more information about selecting the paper type, see Buttons on page 4. Press the paper size button to select A4 or 10 15. For more information about selecting the paper size, see Buttons on page 4. Press the x Start Color button to copy in color, or the x Start B&W button to copy in grayscale. Caution: Never open the scanner unit while scanning or copying; otherwise, you may damage this product.
Placing a Photo or Document on the Document Table
Fit to page: reduces or enlarges the size of the copy so that the scanned image fits to A4 or cm.
Note: Do not pull the paper being copied out of this product. The copied image may not have exactly the same size as the original. If the ink light flashes to indicate low ink while you are copying, you can either continue making copies until the ink runs out, or stop making copies and then replace the ink cartridge.
Small Margin Copying
1. 2. Follow steps 1 to 3 in Standard Copying on page 7. Press the paper type button to select Photo Paper. Note: You cannot make a copy with small margins when Plain Paper and A4 are selected. 3. Press the paper size button to select A4 or 10x15. For more information about selecting paper size, see Buttons on page 4 Proceed with step 6 in Standard Copying on page 7.
You can copy a document or photo faster than with standard copying using the draft copying function. Note: The quality of the copy made with draft copying is not as high as the quality of copies made with standard copying. Draft copying is only possible when A4 and Plain Paper are selected. To create a draft copy, other colors of ink are mixed with black ink even when the original is a black and white document. Follow steps 1 to 5 in Standard Copying on page 7. Whilst pressing the y Stop button, press the x Start Color button to copy in color or the x Start B&W button to copy in grayscale.
Fit to Page Copying
Note: You can only reduce or enlarge the scanned image to A4 or cm. 1. 2. Follow steps 1 to 3 in Standard Copying on page 7. Press the paper type button to select Plain Paper or Photo Paper. For more information about selecting the paper type, see Buttons on page 4. Press the paper size button to select A4 or 10 15. For more information about selecting the paper size, see Buttons on page 4. Press the Fit to Page button. The Fit to Page light comes on. Proceed with step 6 in Standard Copying on page 7.
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Follow the steps in Loading Paper on page 6. Follow the steps in Placing a Photo or Document on the Document Table on page 7. Follow step 3 in Standard Copying on page 7. Press the paper type button to select Photo Paper. Press the paper size button to select A4 or 10x15. For more information about selecting paper size, see Buttons on page 4. Press the Fit to Page button. The Fit to Page light comes on. Proceed with step 6 in Standard Copying on page 7. 4. 5.
To cancel copying, press the y Stop button. Once this has been pressed, all lights on the control panel will light up briefly. Note: Do not pull on the paper. The paper being copied will come out automatically to the output tray.
Printing or Scanning
This section describes how to print from your computer and scan images to your computer. Note: Make sure that this product is connected to your computer and the necessary software has been installed on your computer. For more information, see the Setup sheet.
To cancel printing, press the y Stop button. All lights come on for one second. Note: Do not pull on the paper. The paper being printed will come out automatically to the output tray.
Printing from Your Computer
1. 2. 3. 4. Follow the steps in Loading Paper on page 6. Using the appropriate application on your computer, open the file you want to print. Click Print on the File menu. If the Print dialog box appears, click Print to start printing.
The selected data will be printed. The On light flashes as this product receives and prints the data. Note: The above procedure for printing may vary depending on the application you are using. For details, see the documentation provided with your application. For detailed information on print settings, see the Online Reference Guide.
Scanning to Your Computer
1. 2. Follow the steps in Placing a Photo or Document on the Document Table on page 7. Start EPSON Smart Panel. For more information, see Starting EPSON Smart Panel in the Online Reference Guide. 3. 4. 5. Click the Scan and Save icon on the EPSON Smart Panel. Specify the Location, File Name, and Image Format settings. Click Scan and Save to start scanning. Once the image has been scanned, it is saved with the name and format specified in Step 4, to the location specified in step 4.
Note: For more information about scanning, see the Online Reference Guide.
Replacing Ink Cartridges
This product monitors the amount of ink left in each cartridge, using an IC chip built into the cartridge. If it detects the ink is low or running out, the ink light will come on or start flashing, or a message will be displayed on your computer to notify you of the ink cartridge to replace.
Be sure to always install an ink cartridge into this product immediately following the removal of the current ink cartridge. If the ink cartridge is not installed promptly, the print head may dry out, rendering it unable to print. Be careful not to break the hooks on the side of the ink cartridge when you remove it from its package. Do not remove or tear the label on the cartridge; otherwise, ink will leak. This product uses ink cartridges equipped with an IC chip. The IC chip accurately monitors the amount of ink used by each cartridge, so even if a cartridge is removed and then later inserted again, all of its ink can be used. However, some ink is consumed each time the cartridge is inserted because this product automatically checks its reliability. Do not touch the green IC chip on the side of the cartridge. This can damage the ink cartridge.
Choosing Ink Cartridges
You can use the following cartridges with this product.
Black ink cartridge Color ink cartridge Black Cyan Magenta Yellow T0461 T0472 T0473 T0474
Caution: EPSON recommends the use of genuine EPSON ink cartridges. EPSON will not warranty any damage caused by the use of other products.
To check when it is time to replace an ink cartridge using the control panel, see Ink in Lights on page 5.
Precautions on Ink Cartridge Replacement
Read all of the instructions in this section and When handling ink cartridges on page 3 before replacing the ink cartridges. Do not open the ink cartridge packages until just before you install them. If you need to remove an ink cartridge temporarily from this product, be sure to protect the ink supply area of the ink cartridge from dirt and dust. Store the ink cartridge in the same environment as this product. When storing the cartridge, be sure that its label identifying the color of the ink cartridge is facing upward. Do not store ink cartridges upside down. The valve in the ink supply port is designed to contain any excess ink that may be released. However, careful handling is recommended. Do not touch the supply port of the ink cartridge or its surrounding area.
When an ink cartridge becomes empty, you cannot continue copying or printing even if the other cartridge still contains ink. Before copying or printing, replace the empty cartridge. In addition to being used in document copying or printing, ink is also consumed in the following operations: print head cleaning, self-cleaning cycle performed when this product is turned on, and ink charging when an ink cartridge is installed in this product. Do not refill the ink cartridges. This product calculates the amount of ink remaining using an IC chip built into an ink cartridge. Even if the cartridge is refilled, the amount of ink remaining is not recalculated by the IC chip and therefore the amount of ink available for use does not change. After an ink cartridge is replaced, if the ink is low it may become empty. When the Ink light flashes to indicate the ink is low, prepare a new ink cartridge.
Replacing an Ink Cartridge
To replace an ink cartridge using the H Ink button, follow the steps below. Note: The illustrations show replacement of the Cyan ink cartridge. Replace the ink cartridge appropriate to your situation. 1. 2. Make sure that this product is on. The On light should be on, but not flashing. Make sure that the document cover is closed, and then open the scanner unit.
10. Press the H Ink button.
The unit begins charging the ink delivery system. This process takes about one minute to complete. When the ink charging process is finished, The On light stops flashing and remains lit, and the Ink light goes out.
Caution: The On light continues to flash while this product performs the ink charging operation. Never turn off this product while this light is flashing. Doing so can result in incomplete charging of ink.
Note: If the Ink light remains on after the On light stops flashing (and remains lit), the ink cartridge may not be installed correctly. Press the H Ink button again, and reinstall the ink cartridge until it clicks into place.
Checking the Print Head Nozzles and Remaining Ink Levels
If you find that the printed image is unexpectedly faint or some dots in the printed image are missing, checking the print head nozzles helps you to identify the problem. You can also check how much ink remains in each ink cartridge. Follow the steps below to check the print head nozzles and remaining ink levels using the control panel. 1. 2. 3. Make sure that A4 paper is loaded in the sheet feeder. Make sure that this product is off. Press the P On button while pressing the H Ink button. This product turns on and starts printing the test pattern. Check the printout. The printout shows the test pattern and the percentage of ink remaining in each ink cartridge. The following examples illustrate when the print head needs to be cleaned.
Cleaning the Print Head
If you find that the nozzle check result is unexpectedly faint or some dots in the printed image are missing, you may be able to solve these problems by cleaning the print head, which ensures that the nozzles are delivering ink properly. Note: Print head cleaning uses both color and black ink. To avoid wasting ink, clean the print head only if the copy quality drops (for example, blurred printout, incorrect or missing color). Before cleaning the print head, perform the nozzle check first to see if it really needs to be cleaned. This saves ink. If the Ink light is on to prompt you to replace an ink cartridge, or flashes to indicate that ink is low, you will not be able to clean the print head. In this event, replace the appropriate ink cartridge first. Make sure this product is on, and the Ink light is off. Hold down the H Ink button for three seconds. Cleaning of the print head starts and the On light begins flashing.
Good: print head does not need to be cleaned yet.
Caution: Never turn off this product while the On light is flashing. Doing so may cause damage to the product.
When the On light stops flashing, perform a nozzle check to confirm that the print head is clean. See the previous section for details. Note: If the print quality has not improved after repeating this procedure four or five times, turn this product off and leave it alone overnight. Then, perform the nozzle check again and repeat head cleaning if necessary. If the print quality still has not improved, one or both of your ink cartridges may be old or damaged and may need to be replaced. To replace an ink cartridge, see Replacing an Ink Cartridge on page 11. To maintain good print quality, we recommend printing a few pages at least once every month.
Not Good: print head needs to be cleaned.
The actual printouts are printed in color (CMYK).
If the nozzle check result is not good, there is a problem with this product. It may be a clogged ink nozzle or a misaligned print head. To solve these problems, see the next two sections for details.
Aligning the Print Head
If you notice vertical lines are not aligned properly on the nozzle check result, you may be able to solve this problem by aligning the print head. You can align the print head from the control panel, or from your computer by using the Print Head Alignment utility included with your product software. Follow the steps below to align the print head using the buttons on the control panel. However, to align the print head more accurately, use of the Print Head Alignment utility is recommended. 1. 2. 3. 4. Make sure that this product is turned off. Make sure that the adjust lever is set to the m position. Load A4 paper in the sheet feeder. Press the P On button while pressing the Copy button. An alignment pattern is printed. 5. Look at the alignment pattern and find the patch which is most evenly printed, with no noticeable streaks or lines. Press the Copy button until the number for that patch appears in the LED window. Press the x Start B&W button to confirm your selection. Repeat steps 4 and 5 for each of the other alignment patterns printed by the product. (This product should print four alignment patterns.)
For more details about aligning the print head, see Aligning the Print Head in the Online Reference Guide.
Using the Error Light and Other Lights to Diagnose Errors
You can identify many common problems by checking the Error light and other lights on the control panel. If the product stops working and the Error light is on, use the following table to diagnose the problem, and then try the recommended solution. Note: The problems and solutions listed in this table apply when the product is being used as a stand-alone product. Refer to the Online Reference Guide for detailed solutions on problems that may occur when using the product from a computer.
Error light status On Cause Solution
Error light status Off/ Ink light on
An ink cartridge is empty, or not installed. An error has occurred with an ink cartridge.
Open the scanner unit, and then press the H Ink button to move the print head to the _ position of the empty cartridge and replace or install the cartridge. See Replacing an Ink Cartridge on page 11. Set the adjust lever to the m position. If you set the adjust lever to the ^ position to avoid blurry or smeared printouts, press the x Start Color button to continue. Press the y Stop button to cancel. Contact your dealer.
Flashing fast/ H flashing in the LED window
The adjust lever is set at the ^ position when copying using the control panel.
No paper is loaded in the sheet feeder.
Load paper in the sheet feeder, and then press the x Start Color button to continue. Press the y Stop button to cancel. Remove and reload the paper, and then press the x Start Color button to continue. Press the y Stop button to cancel. Press the x Start Color button. If the paper jam is not cleared, remove the jammed paper by hands. See Clearing Jammed Paper on page 15. Open the scanner unit, and then press the H Ink button to move the print head to the affected cartridge. Obtain a replacement cartridge for that color ink.
On/ Ink light on/ All other lights and E in the LED window flashing All lights and E in the LED window flashing
A part in this product needs replacing.
Error occurs in the parts in this product.
Multiple pages have been fed into the sheet feeder.
Turn this product off, and then back on. Then make sure the transportation lock is released. If the error message still appears, contact your dealer.
A Paper jam has occurred.
Clearing Jammed Paper
If paper is jammed inside this product, the Error light flashes. You may be able to clear the jammed paper using the Control Panel. Follow the instructions below. 1. Press the x Start Color button to eject the jammed paper. If the jammed paper is not ejected, go on to the next step. Locate where the paper is jammed. If the paper is jammed at the paper feeding position or the ejecting position, gently pull all of the paper out by hand. If the paper is jammed inside this product, press the P On button to turn off this product. Open the scanner unit, and then remove all of the paper inside by hand, including any torn pieces. Then press the P On button.
Off/ Ink light flashing
An ink cartridge is running low on ink.
Contacting Customer Support
Regional Customer Services
If your Epson product is not operating properly and you cannot solve the problem using the troubleshooting information in your product documentation, contact customer support services for assistance. If customer support for your area is not listed below, contact the dealer where you purchased your product. Note: For more information on Contacting Customer Support, see the Online Reference Guide.
For user in France
Support Technique EPSON France, (0,34 E/minute) Ouvert du lundi au samedi de 9h00 20h00 sans interruption http://www.epson.fr/support/selfhelp/ french.htm pour accder l'AIDE EN LIGNE. http://www.epson.fr/support/services/ index.shtml pour accder aux SERVICES du support technique.
For user in Germany
EPSON Service Center c/o Exel Hnxe GmbH Werner-Heisenberg-Strase Hnxe
For users in the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland
URL Telephone (UK) (The Republic of Ireland) http://www.epson.co.uk 679 9016
For user in Italy
EPSON Italia S.p.a. Via M. Vigan de Vizzi, 93/Cinisello Balsamo (MI) Tel. 02.660.321 Fax. 02.612.36.22 Assistenza e Servizio Clienti TECHNICAL HELPDESK 02.268.300.58 http://www.epson.it
For users in the Middle East
URL E-mail Telephone Fax http://www.epson.com email@example.com ++351 6617
For users in Spain
URL E-mail http://www.epson.es firstname.lastname@example.org 15 16
For users in Scandinavia
URL Telephone http://www.epson.com Denmark Finland 010 Norway 828 Sweden 12 58
For users in Portugal
URL E-mail http://www.epson.pt email@example.com 90
For users in South Africa
URL Telephone www.epson.co.za (011) 444-5223 or 578
Model Input voltage range Rated frequency range Power consumption 100-120V 90 to 132V 220-240V 198 to 240V
Scanner type Document size Flatbed color image scanner 8.5 11.7" (mm) A4 or US letter size (The reading area can be specified from your software.) 600 dpi (main) 1200 dpi (sub)
Note: Since the quality of any particular brand or type of paper may be changed by the manufacturer at any time, EPSON cannot guarantee the quality of any non-EPSON brand or type of paper. Always test a sample of paper stock before purchasing large quantities or printing large jobs.
50 to 60 Hz
Approx. 12 W (Standalone copying ISO10561 Letter pattern) Approx. 2.5 W in sleep mode Approx. 0.2 W in power-off mode
Approx. 12 W (Standalone copying ISO10561 Letter pattern) Approx. 2.5 W in sleep mode Approx. 0.4 W in power-off mode
These specifications are only those for when the product is used as a stand-alone copier or printer. See the Online Reference Guide for the full specifications of this product.
Size A4 (mm) cm/4 6" (101.6 152.4 mm) Plain bond paper, DURABrite Photo Paper For plain bond paper: 0.08 to 0.11 mm (0.003 to 0.004 inch) For photo paper: 0.23 mm (0.009 inch) Weight For plain bond paper: 64 g/m (17 lb) to 90 g/m (24 lb) For photo paper: 206 g/m2 (55 lb)
Note: Check the label on the back of this product for the voltage information.
Temperature Operation:10 to 35C (50 to 95F)
Paper path Sheet feeder capacity Dimensions Sheet feeder, rear entry About 100 sheets at 64 g/m (17 lb) paper 430 mm 344 mm 170 mm (W D H, not including rubber feet and loading tray) 6.52 kg (14.4 lb) without ink cartridges
Note: Poor quality paper may reduce the print quality and cause paper jams or other problems. If you have print quality problems, switch to a higher grade paper. Do not load curled or folded paper. Use paper under normal conditions: Temperature 15 to 25C (59 to 77F) Humidity 40 to 60% RH The temperature and humidity values listed above are the recommended storage conditions for paper and are not the specifications for the operating conditions of this product.
Printing method Nozzle configuration On-demand ink jet
Monochrome (black) 90 nozzles Color (cyan, magenta, yellow) 270 nozzles (90 nozzles per color)
The diagonal lines in the following illustration indicates the printable area of a single sheet when using copy mode.
A B-L B-R
Small Margins Copy 1.5 mm (0.6") 1.5 mm (0.6") 1.5 mm (0.6") 1.5 mm (0.6")
A: top margin
3.0 mm (0.12") 3.0 mm (0.12") 3.0 mm (0.12") 3.0 mm (0.12")
B-L: left margin B-R: right margin C: bottom margin
Note: Depending on the type of paper used, print quality may decline in the top and bottom areas of the printout, or these areas may be smeared. The precise margins vary slightly depending on the loading conditions.
Proof Sign-off: M.Koike CRE Kusama H.Kimura editor
R4CE990 Setup Guide
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Plug in the power cord correctly.
Remove the protective material around the cartridge cover. Open the cartridge cover and make sure the ink cartridges were securely inserted until they clicked into place. Before loading the paper, remove the paper from the sheet feeder. Fan the stack of paper, then tap it on a flat surface to even the edges. Connect the USB cable correctly. Make sure that the printer driver and scanner driver have been installed correctly.
You can make up to 9 (1-9) copies, or 100 (-) copies.
Basic Operation Guide
Removing Protective Materials and Affix a Panel Sticker
Connecting to a Computer and Installing the Software
For more information on using the copy functions, see the Basic Operation Guide.
Turn off Connect (Check the orientation)
EPSON Smart Panel
Turn on Turn on
Installing Ink Cartridges
You can use scanned images in various ways with EPSON Smart Panel. Use it to scan, send a fax, or send an e-mail. See the Online Reference Guide for detail.
If the installer dialog box does not appear, double-click CD-ROM icon. A screen appears after installation has been completed successfully. Restart your computer to start using this product from your computer.
For Mac OS X
Open Open Turn on Install Press (Click) Close (Click) Shake
You can print documents and web pages from your applications. You can also make photos, postcards, and posters from your computer. It is easy to make those using the software "EPSON PhotoQuiker". See the Online Reference Guide for detail.
Print Center or Printer Setup Utility
Getting More Information
Describes the basic procedures for copying, printing, scanning and other information.
Describes how to print and scan in detail. Maintenance and troubleshooting tips, in addition to technical and customer support information are also included. Double-click the ESCX3600 Reference Guide icon on the desktop.
Press the H Ink button
Online Reference Guide
For Mac OS 9
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