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EPSON ACULASER C2600
TONER CARTRIDGE REMANUFACTURING INSTRUCTIONS
EPSON ACULASER C2600 TONER CARTRIDGE
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EPSON ACULASER C2600 TONER CARTRIDGE REMANUFACTURING INSTRUCTIONS
REMANUFACTURING THE EPSON ACULASER C2600 TONER CARTRIDGE
By Javier Gonzalez and the Technical Staff at UniNet
PRINTER TECHNICAL DATA: Part numbers:
AcuLaser C2600N - C11C585001BZ AcuLaser C2600DN - C11C585001BT AcuLaser C2600DTN - C11C585001BY
KEY FEATURES: Printing technology: Resolution: Print speed: First page out: Processor: Memory (standard/maximum): Maximum monthly volume:
Laser Epson AcuLaser color 2400 RIT Up to 30 ppm in black and white, 7.5 pages per minute in color A4 9.3sec in black and white, 15.3sec in color 350MHz 64MB with Epson MiTech/up to 512MB max 120,000 pages in black and white mode; 48,000 pages in color mode
PAPER HANDLING: Standard paper input: Paper weight: Optional paper handling: Maximum paper input: Standard/maximum paper out:
650 sheets (150 multi-purpose tray + 500 sheet paper cassette) 64 - 163 gsm Up to one extra 500 sheet paper cassette 1150 sheets (150 multi-purpose tray + 2 x 500 sheet paper cassette) 250 sheets/250 sheets
CONSUMABLES LIFE: Toner cartridges black: Toner cartridges color: Toner save mode: Photo conductor:
5,000 pages 5,000/2,000 pages under conditions of continuous printing at 5% coverage. Intermittent use may reduce page yield. Yes 40,000 pages in black and white, 10,000 pages in color
ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS: Temperature operation: Humidity operation:
10 to 35 C/storage: 0 to 35 C 15 to 85% RH/storage: 10 to 85% RH (no condensation allowed)
DIMENSIONS & WEIGHT (w x d x h, mm, kg): Epson AcuLaser 2600N/C2600N: 431 x 518 x 425 mm, 37 kg* Epson AcuLaser 2600N/C2600DTN: 447 x 518 x 538 mm, 43 kg* *Weight including consumables
REQUIRED TOOLS 1. Flat needle head pliers 2. Torx screwdriver 3. Hook tool (angled and straight) 4. Phillips screwdriver 5. Flat head screwdriver (small and standard size) 6. X-Acto knife 7. Tester 8. Magnetic toner cloths 9. Cotton tip swap 10. Air compressor
REQUIRED SUPPLIES Black toner (155g) for use in Epson Aculaser C2600 Magenta toner (155g) for use in Epson Aculaser C2600 Cyan toner (155g) for use in Epson Aculaser C2600 Yellow toner (155g) for use in Epson Aculaser C2600 Smartchips (black, cyan, magenta, yellow) for use in Epson Aculaser C2600 99% isopropyl alcohol Distilled water Drum lubricant (yellow toner) Conductive grease Friction grease
1. Front view of cartridge.
2. Gear side.
3. Color cover side (gearless).
4. Remove the two torx security screws from the color cover side (gearless) using a security torx screwdriver.
5. Remove the color cover.
6. Security torx screw detail.
7. Remove the screw from the gear side end cap using a Phillips screwdriver.
8. Using a straight hook tool, carefully press the black tab shown to release the end cap.
9. Remove the end cap.
10. Remove the two loose gears shown. Carefully remove the white plastic U-clip from the upper developer roller guide gear as shown.
11. Remove the screws from the metal gear plate.
12. Carefully slide out the shaft using a flathead screwdriver between the black gear and the metal gear plate.
13. Push the gear until you could release the pin from inside. We recommend using a flat needle head tweezers.
14. Remove the metal gear end plate.
15. Remove the two Phillips screws which ensure the correct position of the developer roller frame. Note the thread is different.
16. Remove the toner fill cap from the gearless hopper side and clean out any remaining toner.
17. Remove the two black Phillips screws from the metal developer roller end plate shown.
18. Remove the metal developer roller end plate as shown.
19. Carefully remove the entire developer roller assembly as shown.
20. Remove the black adder roller bearings from both ends of the cartridge.
21. Use compressed air to clean the toner chamber and cartridge. Make sure the foam seal around the slot is clean and not damaged. Be careful to not damage the sealing foam.
22. Remove the fixing bearings from the developer roller assembly.
23. Lift the developer roller out, starting from the left side.
24. Note the order of developer roller washers and bushings for reassembly.
25. Clean the doctor blade with a cotton tip swap and distillate water.
26. Comb through foams on both ends using a flathead screwdriver to prevent leaking. Make sure the foams and black mylars are in good condition, otherwise it can cause massive leaking. In case of toner adherence in the toner mylar surface, gently apply a cotton tip swap to eliminate all residual toner.
27. Clean the develop roller using a magnetic toner cloth and magnetic roller cleaning solution.
28. Clean the black adder roller bearings with a cotton tip swap and isopropyl alcohol.
29. Clean the gears using a flathead brush and isopropyl alcohol to avoid getting a blocked cartridge.
30. Assemble the developer roller and components following the disassembly steps in reverse order.
31. Install the entire developer roller assembly onto the cartridge. It should fit the previous position on the sealing foam.
32. Place the black developer roller end cap on the right side as shown and install the two screws.
33. Install the screws on the opposite end cap. Hold the developer roller assembly in place while doing this.
34. Place the metal gear support end plate in its proper fitting position with the previous the bearing installed.
35. Install the gears, white U-clip, and pin through the shaft. Push the shaft in until it stops.
36. Remove residual toner from the internal electrical contact of the gear side end cap, using a cotton tip swab and isopropyl alcohol. Apply conductive grease to lubricate. Install with the screw and tab.
37. Fill the hopper on the gearless side with the appropriate amount of toner and install the fill cap.
38. Install the plastic color cover (gearless side).
39. Remove the OEM label where the chip is placed as shown.
40. Cut the label using a X-acto knife.
41. Install the new chip.
* Do not lift the printer by these areas.
Be careful not to touch the fuser, which is marked CAUTION HIGH TEMPERATURE, or the surrounding areas. If the printer has been in use, the fuser and the surrounding areas may be very hot. If you must touch one of these areas, wait 30 minutes to allow the heat to subside before doing so.
1. Do not insert your hand deep into the fuser unit. 2. CAUTION HIGH TEMPERATURE Do not insert your hand deep into the fuser unit as some components are sharp and may cause injury. Avoid touching the components inside the printer unless instructed to do so in this guide. Never force the printers components into place. Although the printer is designed to be sturdy, rough handling can damage it. When handling a toner cartridge, always place it on a clean, smooth surface.
Do not attempt to modify a toner cartridge or take it apart. They cannot be refilled. Do not touch the toner. Keep the toner away from your eyes. Do not dispose of used toner cartridge, photoconductor units, fuser units, or waste toner collector in fire, as they can explode and cause injury. Dispose of them according to local regulations. If toner is spilled, use a broom and dustpan or a damp cloth with soap and water to clean it up. Because the fine particles can cause a fire or explosion if they come into contact with a spark, do not use a vacuum cleaner. Wait at least one hour before using a toner cartridge after moving it from a cool to a warm environment to prevent damage from condensation. When removing the photoconductor unit, avoid exposing it to room light for more than five minutes. The unit contains a green-colored light-sensitive drum. Exposure to light can damage the drum, causing dark or light areas to appear on the printed page and reducing the service life of the drum. If you need to keep the unit out of the printer for long periods, cover it with an opaque cloth. Be careful not to scratch the surface of the drum. When you remove the photoconductor unit from the printer, always place the unit on a clean, smooth surface. Avoid touching the drum, since oil from your skin can permanently damage its surface and affect print quality. To get the best print quality, do not store the photoconductor unit in an area subject to direct sunlight, dust, salty air, or corrosive gases (such as ammonia). Avoid locations subject to extreme or rapid changes in temperature or humidity.
Chapter 2 Printer Features and Various Printing Options Printer Features. 33 High-quality printing. 33 Pre-defined color settings in the printer driver. 33 Color printing mode and monochrome printing mode. 34 Toner save mode. 34 Resolution Improvement Technology and Enhanced MicroGray technology. 34 Wide variety of fonts. 34 Adobe PostScript 3 Mode. 35 P5C Emulation Mode. 35 Various Printing Options. 35
Double-sided printing.35 Fit to page printing.36 Pages per sheet printing.37 Watermark printing.37 Overlay printing.39 Using the Reserve Job function.39 Using the HDD form overlay function.40
Chapter 3 Paper Handling Paper Sources.41 MP tray.42 Standard lower paper cassette.42 Optional paper cassette unit.43 Selecting a paper source.43 Loading Paper.45 MP tray.45 Standard lower paper cassette and optional paper cassette unit 49 Output tray.55 Printing on Special Media.56 EPSON Color Laser Paper.56 EPSON Color Laser Transparencies.57 Envelopes.58 Labels.62 Thick paper.63 Loading a custom paper size.64
Chapter 4 Using the Printer Software with Windows About the Printer Software.66 Accessing the printer driver.66 Making Changes to Printer Settings.68 Making the print quality settings.68 Resizing printouts.75 Modifying the print layout.78 Using a watermark.79
Using an overlay. 83 Using HDD form overlay. 88 Duplex printing. 93 Making Extended Settings. 95 Making Optional Settings. 98 Printing a status sheet. 98 Ordering Consumables. 99 Using the Reserve Job Function. 100 Re-Print Job. 102 Verify Job. 103 Stored Job. 105 Confidential Job. 106 Monitoring Your Printer Using EPSON Status Monitor 3. 108 Installing EPSON Status Monitor 3. 109 Accessing EPSON Status Monitor 3. 112 Getting printer status details. 114 Order Online. 116 Setting Monitoring Preferences. 118 Status Alert window. 120 Job Management function. 120 Stopping monitoring. 125 Monitored Printers settings. 125 Setting Up the USB Connection. 126 Canceling Printing. 128 Uninstalling the Printer Software. 129 Uninstalling the printer driver. 129 Uninstall the USB device driver. 131 Sharing the Printer on a Network. 133 Sharing the printer. 133 Setting up your printer as a shared printer. 134 Using an additional driver. 136 Setting up clients. 142 Installing the printer driver from the CD-ROM. 151
Chapter 5 Using the Printer Software with Macintosh About the Printer Software. 153 Accessing the printer driver. 153
Making Changes to Printer Settings.154 Making the print quality settings.154 Resizing printouts.162 Modifying the print layout.163 Using a watermark.165 Duplex printing.170 Making Extended Settings.172 Printing a status sheet.174 Using the Reserve Job Function.174 Re-Print Job.176 Verify Job.178 Stored Job.180 Confidential Job.181 Monitoring Your Printer using EPSON Status Monitor 3.184 Accessing EPSON Status Monitor 3.184 Getting printer status details.186 Setting Monitoring Preferences.188 Status Alert window.189 Using the Job Management function.190 Setting Up the USB Connection.192 For Mac OS X users.192 For Mac OS 9 users.193 Canceling Printing.194 For Mac OS X users.194 For Mac OS 9 users.194 Uninstalling the Printer Software.195 For Mac OS X users.195 For Mac OS 9 users.196 Sharing the Printer on a Network.197 Sharing the printer.197 For Mac OS X users.197 For Mac OS 9 users.197
You can load thick paper (91 to 163 g/m). When loading thick you should make paper settings as shown below: Make settings on the Basic Settings in the printer driver. Paper Size: Paper Source: Paper Type: A4, A5, B5, LT, HLT, EXE, GLT MP Tray (up to 75 sheets) Thick
Note: When using thick paper, you cannot do duplex printing automatically. When you want to do duplex printing with thick paper, set the Paper Type setting on printer driver to Thick (Back), then do duplex printing manually. When you use thick paper that has been printed on previously, straighten any curled parts before loading it. You can also make these settings on the Tray Menu in the control panel. See "Tray Menu" on page 229. When you use EPSON Color Laser Coated Paper, make the settings as thick paper. When printing thick paper, the printing speed is extremely slow.
Loading a custom paper size
You can load non-standard size paper (mm to mm) into the MP tray as long as it meets the following size requirements: When loading a custom paper size, you should make paper settings as shown below: Make settings on the Basic Settings in the printer driver. Paper Size: Paper Source: Paper Type: User Defined Size MP Tray (up to 16.5 mm thick stack) Plain or Thick
Note: For Windows, access the printer driver, then select User-Defined Size from the Paper Size list on the Basic Settings tab. In the User Defined Paper Size dialog box, adjust the Paper Width, Paper Length, and Unit settings to match your custom paper. Then click OK and your custom paper size will be saved. For Macintosh, access the printer driver, click Custom Size in the Paper Setting dialog box. Then click New, adjust the Paper Width, Paper Length, and Margin settings to match your custom paper. Then enter the settings name, and click OK to save your custom paper size. You can also make these settings on the Tray Menu in the control panel. See "Tray Menu" on page 229.
If you cannot use the printer driver as explained above, make this setting at the printer by accessing the control panels Printing Menu and selecting CTM (custom) as the Page Size setting.
Using the Printer Software with Windows
About the Printer Software
The printer driver lets you choose from a wide variety of settings to get the best results from your printer. The printer driver also includes EPSON Status Monitor 3, which is accessed through the Optional Settings menu. EPSON Status Monitor 3 lets you check the status of your printer. See "Monitoring Your Printer Using EPSON Status Monitor 3" on page 108 for more information.
Note: Do not select the Automatically detect and install my Plug and Play printer check box. 5. Select the Create a new port check box and select Standard TCP/IP Port from the drop-down list. Click Next. 6. Click Next to continue. 7. Specify the IP address and port name, then click Next. 8. Click Finish. 9. Click Have Disk in the Add Printer Wizard and specify the following path for the CD-ROM. If your CD-ROM drive is D:, the path will be D:\ADOBEPS\ENGLISH\WIN2K_XP\PS_SETUP. Then click OK. Note: Change the drive letter as needed for your system. 10. Select the printer and click Next. 11. Follow the on-screen instructions for the rest of the installation. 12. When installation is done, click Finish.
For Windows Me or 98 users
1. Install the EpsonNet Print. Refer to Installing EpsonNet Print in the Network Guide to find the instructions. 2. Install the printer driver. See "Installing the PostScript printer driver for the parallel interface" on page 204 for details.
3. Set the printer port to EpsonNet Print Port. Refer to Configuring the Printer Port in the Network Guide to find the instructions.
For Windows NT 4.0 users
1. Make sure that the printer is turned on. Insert the printer software CD-ROM into your CD-ROM drive. 2. Click Start, point to Settings, and click Printers. Then double-click the Add Printer icon. 3. The Add Printer Wizard appears. Confirm that the My Computer check box is selected and click Next. 4. Click Add Port. 5. Select LPR Port and click New Port. 6. Specify the IP address and port name, then click OK. 7. Click Close. 8. Confirm that the port you registered is selected and click Next. 9. Specify the following path for the CD-ROM. If your CD-ROM drive is D:, the path will be D:\ADOBEPS\ENGLISH\WINNT40\PS_SETUP. Then click OK. Note: Change the drive letter as needed for your system. 10. Select the printer and click Next. 11. Follow the on-screen instructions for the rest of the installation.
Accessing the PostScript printer driver
You can access the PostScript printer driver directly from any application programs, from your Windows operating system. The printer settings made from many Windows applications override the setting made when the printer driver is accessed from the operating system, so you should access the printer driver from your application to make sure that you get the result you want.
For Windows XP users
To access the printer driver, click Start, click Printers and Faxes, then click Printers. Right-click your printer icon, then click Printing Preferences.
To access the printer driver, click Start, point to Settings, then click Printers. Right-click your printer icon, then click Properties.
Note for Mac OS X 10.3 users If ESC/Page driver is not installed, your printer model is automatically selected in the Printer Model List when you select your printer from the Name List while the printer is on. Rendezvous Select your printer, the printer name is followed by (PostScript), from the Name List. Your printer model is automatically selected in the Printer Model List. Note for USB (for Mac OS X 10.2) or Rendezvous users: If your printer model is not automatically selected in the Printer Model list, you need to reinstall the PostScript printer driver. See "Installing the PostScript printer driver" on page 214. 5. Click Add. Note for IP Printing users, USB or Rendezvous users: Select your printer from the Printer list, then select Show Info from the Printers menu. The Printer Info dialog box appears. Select Installable Options from the pop-up list, then make the necessary settings. 6. Confirm that your printers name is added to the Printer List. Then quit Printer Setup Utility (for Mac OS X 10.3) or Print Center (for Mac OS X 10.2).
Follow the steps below to select the printer. 1. Select Chooser from the Apple menu. 2. Make sure that AppleTalk is active. 3. Click the AdobePS icon and select the network to be used in the AppleTalk Zone box. Your printer appears in the Select a PostScript Printer box.
Note: By default, the six-digit MAC address is displayed after the printer name if the printer is connected through an optional network card. Refer to your network card manual for details. 4. Click your printer. The Create button appears. Note: If your computer is connected to more than one AppleTalk zone, click the AppleTalk zone your printer is connected to in the AppleTalk Zones list. 5. Click Create.
To access the PostScript printer driver, register your printer in Printer Setup Utility (for Mac OS X 10.3) or Print Center (for Mac OS X 10.2), click Print on the file menu of any application, then select your printer.
To access the PostScript printer driver, select Chooser from the Apple menu, then click the AdobePS icon. Select Print on the file menu of any application.
You can change the PostScript printer settings in the PostScript printer driver. Balloon help is available to help you with the printer driver settings.
Using Balloon Help
Follow the steps below to use Balloon Help. 1. Click the Help menu, then select Show Balloons. 2. Place your cursor over the item that you need help with. Information on that item is displayed inside a floating balloon.
Changing the printer setup settings
You can change or update the printer setup settings according to the options installed in your printer.
Follow the steps below to change the settings. 1. Access the printer driver. The Printer List window appears. 2. Select the printer from the list. 3. Select Show Info from the Printers menu. The Printer Info dialog box appears. 4. Make necessary changes to the settings, then close the dialog box. 5. Quit Printer Setup Utility (for Mac OS X 10.3) or Print Center (for Mac OS X 10.2).
Item Page Size
Settings (default in bold) A4*1, A5, B5, LT*1, HLT, GLT, EXE, MON, C10, DL, C5, C6, IB5, CTM*2 Off, On Port, Land 600, 300 On, Off Off, On Auto, Off, On -99.0. 0.0. 99.0 mm in 0.5 increments -99.0. 0.0. 99.0 mm in 0.5 increments B*3 -99.0. 0.0. 99.0 mm in 0.5 increments -99.0. 0.0. 99.0 mm in 0.5 increments
Wide A4 Orientation Resolution RITech Toner Save Image Optimum Top Offset Left Offset Top Offset
Left Offset B*3
*1 *2 *3
Default paper sizes are automatically detected. Custom-size paper: minimum, maximum. Available only when the optional Duplex Unit is installed.
Page Size Specifies the paper size. Wide A4 Selecting On decreases the left and right margins from 4 mm to 3.4 mm. Orientation Specifies whether the page is printed in portrait or landscape orientation. Resolution
Specifies the printing resolution. RITech Turning RITech on produces smoother and crisper lines, text, and graphics. Toner Save When this setting is selected in the B/W and 4 B/W modes, the printer saves toner by substituting a gray shade for the black inside of characters. The characters are outlined in full black on the right and lower edges. When this setting is selected in the Color mode, the printer saves toner by using half the normal amount of toner. Image Optimum When this mode is on, the quality of graphics is reduced. It reduces the amount of graphics data when the data reaches the memory limit, allowing complex documents to be printed. Top Offset Makes fine adjustments to the vertical printing position of the page.
Caution: Make sure that the printed image does not extend beyond the edge of the paper. Otherwise, you may damage the printer.
Left Offset Makes fine adjustments to the horizontal printing position of the page. This is useful for fine adjustments.
Top Offset B Adjusts the vertical printing position on the back of the paper when printing on both sides. Use this if the printout on the back is not where you expected. Left Offset B Adjusts the horizontal printing position on the back of the paper when printing on both sides. Use this if the printout on the back is not where you expected.
This menu allows you to make various basic configuration settings related to paper sources, feeding modes, and error handling. You can also use this menu to select the LCD panel display language.
Settings (default in bold) Courier, Prestige, Roman, Sans Serif, Roman T, Orator S, Sans H, Script, OCR A, OCR B 10, 12, 15 cpi, Prop. Off, On 0.40. 0.50. 1.50 inches in 0.05-inch increments 1. 62/66*. 117lines PcUSA, Italic, PcMultilin, PcPortugue, PcCanFrenc, PcNordic, PcTurkish2, PcIcelandic, PcE.Europe, BpBRASCII, BpAbicomp, Roman-8, PcEur858, ISO Latin1, 8859-15ISO, PcSI437, PcTurkish1, 8859-9 ISO, Mazowia, CodeMJK, PcGk437, PcGk851, PcGk869, 8859-7 ISO, PcCy855, PcCy866, PcUkr866, PcLit771, Bulgarian, Hebrew7, Hebrew8, PcHe862, PcAr864, PcAr864Ara, PcAr720, PcLit774, Estonia, ISO Latin2, PcLat866 USA, France, Germany, UK, Denmark, Sweden, Italy, Spain1, Japan, Norway, Denmark2, Spain2, LatinAmeric, Korea, Legal On, Off Off, On Dark, Light, BarCode 0, (or the zero character with a slash)
Pitch Condensed T. Margin
Auto CR Auto LF Bit Image ZeroChar
* Depending on whether Letter (62) or A4 (66) paper has been selected.
Font Selects the font. Pitch
Selects the pitch (the horizontal spacing) of the font in fixed pitch, measured in cpi (characters per inch). You can also choose proportional spacing. Condensed Turns condensed printing on or off. T. Margin Sets the distance from the top of the page to the baseline of the first printable line. The distance is measured in inches. The smaller the value, the closer the printable line is to the top. Text Sets the page length in lines. For this option, a line is assumed to be 1 pica (1/6 inch). If you change the Orientation, Page Size, or T. Margin settings, the page length setting automatically returns to the default for each paper size. CG Table Use the character generator (CG) table option to select the graphics character table or the italics table. The graphics table contains graphic characters for printing lines, corners, shaded areas, international characters, Greek characters, and mathematical symbols. If you select Italic, the upper half of the character table is defined as italic characters. Country Use this option to select one of the fifteen international symbol sets. See "International character sets" on page 455 for samples of the characters in each countrys symbol set. Auto CR
Specifies whether the printer performs a carriage-return/line-feed (CR-LF) operation whenever the printing position goes beyond the right margin. If you select Off, the printer does not print any characters beyond the right margin and does not perform any line wrapping until it receives a carriage-return character. This function is handled automatically by most applications. Auto LF If you select Off, the printer does not send an automatic line-feed (LF) command with each carriage-return (CR). If On is selected, a line-feed command is sent with each carriage-return. Select On if your text lines overlap. Bit Image The printer is able to emulate the graphics densities set with the printer commands. If you select Dark, the bit image density is high, and if you select Light, the bit image density is low. If you select BarCode, the printer converts bit images to bar codes by automatically filling in any vertical gaps between dots. This produces unbroken vertical lines that can be read by a bar code reader. This mode will reduce the size of the image being printed, and may also cause some distortion when printing bit image graphics. ZeroChar Specifies whether the printer prints a slashed or unslashed zero.
Check Paper Size The paper size setting is different from the size of paper loaded in the printer. Check to see if the correct size of paper is loaded in the specified paper source. To clear this error, select Clear Warning from the control panels Reset Menu. See "How to access the control panel menus" on page 223 for instructions. Check Paper Type The media loaded in the printer does not match the paper type setting in the printer driver. Media that matches only the paper size setting will be used for printing. To clear this error, select Clear Warning from the control panels Reset Menu. See "How to access the control panel menus" on page 223 for instructions. Clean Parts v v Indicates that the printer needs to be cleaned using the cleaning knob [a] or [b] (indicated as vv). See "Cleaning the photoconductor wire (knob [a])" on page 338 or "Cleaning the exposure window (knob [b])" on page 339 for instructions. Clean Sensor The sensor inside the printer needs to be cleaned. To clean the sensor, open cover D and close it again. Collate Disabled Printing by specifying the number of copies is no longer possible due to a lack of memory (RAM) or free disk space on the optional Hard Disk Drive. If this error occurs, print only one copy at a time.
To clear this error, select Clear Warning from the control panels Reset Menu. For instruction about accessing the control panel menus, see "How to access the control panel menus" on page 223. Color Data Received The printer receives color printing data when it is in the B/W or 4 B/W mode. Press the N Start/Stop button to print the data in monochrome, or press the + Cancel Job button to cancel the print job. Cooling Down The printer lowers its temperature to optimize for the fixing toner. Wait for a moment for Ready to appear in the LCD panel. Duplex Memory Overflow There is not enough memory for duplex printing. The printer prints only on the front and ejects the paper. To clear this error, follow the instructions below. If Off is selected as the Auto Cont setting on the control panels Setup Menu, press the N Start/Stop button to print on the back of the next sheet, or press the + Cancel Job button to cancel the print job. If On is selected as the Auto Cont setting on the control panels Setup Menu, printing continues automatically after a certain period of time. Formatting HDD The Hard Disk Drive is being formatted. Form Data Canceled
Unable to store form overlay data on the printers optional Hard Disk Drive. Either the drive is full, or the maximum number of form overlay files has been reached. Delete any form overlay files you no longer need, then try storing the new overlay again. To clear this error, select Clear Warning from the control panels Reset Menu. For instruction about accessing the control panel menus, see "How to access the control panel menus" on page 223. Form Feed The printer is ejecting paper due to a user request. This message appears when pressing the N Start/Stop button once to make the printer offline, then holding down the N Start/Stop button for more than 2 seconds in order not to receive form feed command. Format Error ROM A An unformatted ROM module has been inserted. To clear this error, either press the N Start/Stop button or turn off the printer and remove the ROM module, then reinstall the ROM module. If that fails to clear the error, contact your dealer. Hard Disk Full The optional Hard Disk Drive is full and you cannot save any data. Delete the unnecessary data from the Hard Disk Drive. To clear this error, select Clear Warning from the control panels Reset Menu. For instruction about accessing the control panel menus, see "How to access the control panel menus" on page 223. HDD CHECK The printer is checking the Hard Disk Drive. Image Optimum
Installing a memory module
Follow the steps below to install an optional memory module.
Caution: Before you install a memory module, be sure to discharge any static electricity by touching a grounded piece of metal. Otherwise, you may damage static-sensitive components. Warning: Be careful when working inside the printer as some components are sharp and may cause injury.
1. Turn the printer off and unplug the power cord and interface cable.
4. Identify the RAM slot.
5. Insert the memory module vertically into the slot until the clip comes out. Make sure that the left slot has a module at all times.
Caution: Do not force the memory module into the slot. Be sure to insert the memory module facing the correct way. You should not remove any modules from the circuit board. Otherwise, the printer will not work.
6. Reattach the cover to the back side of the printer and secure it with the four screws.
7. Reconnect the interface cable and power cord and turn the printer on. To confirm that the option is installed correctly, print a Status Sheet. See "Printing a Status Sheet" on page 370. Note for Windows users: If EPSON Status Monitor 3 is not installed, you have to make settings manually in the printer driver. See "Making Optional Settings" on page 98. Note for Macintosh users: When you have attached or removed printer options, you need to delete the printer using Print Setup Utility (for Mac OS X 10.3), Print Center (for Mac OS X 10.2 or below), or Chooser (for Mac OS 9), and then re-register the printer.
Removing a memory module
Caution: Before you remove a memory module, be sure to discharge any static electricity by touching a grounded piece of metal. Otherwise, you may damage static-sensitive components. Warning: Be careful when working inside the printer as some components are sharp and may cause injury.
Your printer comes with a Type B interface slot. Various optional interface cards are available to expand your printers interface options.
7. Hold the handle of the photoconductor unit and pull it toward you to remove the photoconductor unit form the printer.
8. Take the new photoconductor unit out of its package and remove the protective cover.
Caution: Do not touch the belt on the top of the unit or the green photo conductor area. Otherwise, the print quality may decrease.
9. Hold the photoconductor unit by its handle and insert the unit into the printer.
10. Turn the blue knob back to the original position.
11. Hold the cleaning knob [a] and move it slowly in and out a few times.
12. Insert the new waste toner collector into the printer.
13. Close cover D.
Always observe the following handling precautions when replacing the consumable products. Do not touch the surface of the consumable product. Doing so may impair print quality.
Warning: The fuser unit can be very hot if the printer has been in use. Turn the printer off and wait for 30 minutes until the temperature has subsided before replacing the fuser unit. Do not dispose of the used consumable products in fire, as it may explode and cause injury. Dispose of it according to local regulations. Keep the consumable products out of the reach of children.
Replacing the fuser unit
Follow the steps below to replace the fuser unit. 1. Turn off the printer, and wait for 30 minutes until the temperature has subsided. 2. Push the latch on cover A to the left and open the cover.
3. Open cover B.
4. Turn the handles on both side of the fuser unit to unlock them.
5. Lift the fuser unit out of the printer as shown below.
6. Take the new fuser unit out of its package and remove the protective cover.
7. Hold the new fuser unit by the handles and lower it into the printer making sure that the guide posts slide into the holes on the bottom of the unit.
8. Turn the handles on both sides of the fuser unit to lock them.
Note: Make sure that the locks are completely in the locked position. 9. Close covers B and A.
Waste Toner Collector
12. Open the MP tray and reload the paper.
To confirm the current status of the printer, and that the options are installed correctly, print a status sheet using the printers control panel or the printer driver. To print a status sheet from the printers control panel, see "Printing a Status Sheet" on page 281. To print a status sheet from the printer driver, for Windows, see "Printing a status sheet" on page 98, or for Macintosh, see "Printing a status sheet" on page 174.
The Ready light does not turn on
Cause The power cord may not be properly plugged into the electrical outlet.
What to do Turn off the printer, check the power cord connections between the printer and the electrical outlet, then turn the printer back on. Make sure that the switch is turned on or plug another electrical device into the outlet to check whether the outlet is operating properly.
The electrical outlet may be controlled by an outside switch or an automatic timer.
The printer does not print (Ready light off)
What to do
The printer is offline.
Press the N Start/Stop button once to switch the printer to ready status.
The Ready light is on but nothing prints
Cause Your computer may not be properly connected to the printer. The interface cable may not be plugged in securely.
What to do Perform the procedure illustrated in the Setup Guide. Check both ends of the interface cable between the printer and the computer. If you are using the parallel interface, be sure to secure the connector using the wire retaining clips. If you are using the parallel interface, make sure that the cable is a double-shielded, twisted-pair interface cable no more than six feet in length. If you are using the USB interface, use a Revision 2.0 cable.
You may not be using the correct interface cable.
Some error may have occurred.
Check the LCD panel to see if an error message appears. Make sure that the printer port is set correctly in the printer driver. Make sure that the printer is selected in your application software. Try reducing the image resolution of your document in the application software, or install more memory in your computer if you can.
What to do Make sure that you are using the correct page length and margin settings in your application. Make sure the correct paper size is set in the Tray Menu on the control panel. When loading paper for which the size is not specified with Auto setting, specify the correct paper size on the MP Tray Size setting in the Tray Menu on the control panel.
Graphics do not print correctly
Cause The printer emulation setting in your application may be incorrect.
What to do Make sure that your application is set for the printer emulation you are using. For example, if you are using the LJ4 emulation mode, make sure that your application is set to use a LaserJet 4 printer. Graphics require large amounts of memory. Install an appropriate memory module. See "Memory Module" on page 303.
You may need more memory.
Toner is no fixed to the paper
The lever on the fuser unit is set to the envelope position.
Pull up the lever to set it to the original position.
Color Printing Problems
Cannot print in color
Cause Color toner cartridges are not installed.
What to do Install color toner cartridges. See "Switching the Printing Mode" on page 283 for instructions. Select the Color Toner Cartridges check box. Change this setting to Color.
Color Toner Cartridges check box is not selected in the printer driver. Black is selected as the Color setting in the printer driver. The color setting in the application you are using is not appropriate for color printing.
Make sure that the settings in your application are appropriate for color printing.
The printout color differs when printed from different printers
Printer driver default settings and color tables vary by printer model.
Set the Gamma setting to 1.5 in the More Settings dialog box in the printer driver, then print again. If you still do not get the printouts you expect, adjust the color using the slide bar for each color. For details about the More Settings dialog box, see "Customizing print settings" on page 73 for Windows, or see "Customizing print settings" on page 159 for Macintosh.
DRAM type: Synchronous Dynamic RAM Double In-line memory module (SDRAM DIMM)* 16 MB, 32 MB, 64 MB, 128 MB, or 256 MB
* Only DIMMs produced specifically for EPSON products are compatible.
Product code: Capacity: C12C824172* 40 GB
B B B B
Yellow (High capacity/Standard capacity): Magenta (High capacity/Standard capacity): Cyan (High capacity/Standard capacity): Black (High capacity): 0226/0230
Storage temperature: Storage humidity:
0 to 35 C (32 to 95F) 15 to 85 % RH
Caution: If you have moved a toner cartridge from a cool to a warm environment, wait for at least one hour before installing it to prevent damage from condensation.
Product code: Storage temperature: to 35 C (32 to 95 F)
15 to 85 % RH
A filter and a waste toner collector are included in the package when you purchase a photoconductor unit.
Fuser unit 120/220
Product code: Storage temperature: Storage humidity: Model: 3019/to 35 C (32 to 95 F) 15 to 85 % RH EU-116*
Waste toner collector
Product code: Storage temperature: Storage humidity: to 35 C (32 to 95F) 15 to 85 % RH
The actual number of pages you can print with the waste toner collector varies depending on the type of printing. A filter is included in the package when you purchase a waste toner collector.
Information about Fonts
Working with Fonts
EPSON BarCode Fonts (Windows Only)
EPSON BarCode Fonts let you easily create and print many types of bar codes. Normally, bar code creation is a laborious process requiring you to specify various command codes, such as Start bar, Stop bar and OCR-B, in addition to the bar code characters themselves. However, EPSON BarCode Fonts are designed to add such codes automatically, allowing you to easily print bar codes that conform to a variety of bar code standards. EPSON BarCode Fonts support the following types of bar codes.
Bar code Standard EAN EPSON BarCode EPSON EAN-8 OCR-B Check Digit Yes Comments
C C C C C C C C C C C C
Creates EAN (abbreviated version) bar codes. Creates EAN (standard version) bar codes. Creates UPC-A bar codes. Creates UPC-E bar codes.
EPSON UPC-A EPSON UPC-E
EPSON Code39 EPSON Code39 CD EPSON Code39 CD Num EPSON Code39 Num
Printing of OCR-B and check digits can be specified with the font name.
Creates Code128 bar codes. Printing of OCR-B and check digits can be specified with the font name.
BD-P3600 W1900 SX-KC611 DVD-V5500 PSR-330 Seiko 7S26 SGH-B110 Seiko SQ70 EW3109 DV-HR350 Phonefax 2710 HD 970 MSL-15 Psr-1100 GR-DX57EK AU-DLL402 F401S Digitech RP12 KX-TGA510M EZ-J24 Dvdr75-17 XJ-560 PSS-51 SF-365TP NVS-10 10 0 IC-751A DEH-P3600MP Goldmikemkii A7010 SNC-RZ50P 270 AE H2215 250-2005 Clutch 3600 Plus Alliance XT45079 Fostex MR8 DPP-FP60 AVR 500 AC205 DVG-5802S FS-1700 DCR-HC1000 PRO A30 Card 54 XTR-280 HD400LD-jp1 CTK-550 Brastemp 480 DFH745 CM-500 LI PRO DEH-P80RS Macro-adapter-M KX-480 LTV858 Driver Theory IP 400 TX-21CK1P Norstar Copylab 200 L1730SFK GHD30 FLS473C Optoma DV10 DSC-W230 Ev-205 Ameriphone XL50 TX-32LXD52 SGH-C140 KX-TC187B ESC 200 2225 S1W RX-385 DTH231 Gr-dvl510 KX-TG8021RU P1453 TXL32S10E HS 8555 EHL1N-3GMX 190G6FB 00 Husqvarna 125R KU990 KX-FL401E LC-37D44E Yzea 652 MHC-RG20 F5D8633-4 Playstation PW-TC900 Wixxl 106 C M KW800 Pixon DVP3126 Gx1500S PSC 1350
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