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GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS. 48 PRINTER SPECIFICATIONS. 49 COPIER SPECIFICATIONS. 50 SCANNER SPECIFICATIONS. 50 WI-FI SYSTEM SPECIFICATIONS. 51 PAPER SPECIFICATIONS. 52 Supported Paper Types. 52 Supported Paper Formats and Sizes. 53
All information included herein is subject to change without notice. Olivetti S.p.A. is not responsible for any loss or damages, direct or indirect, arising from or related to the use of this operation manual.
MIPC (Mobile Imaging and Printing Consortium) The MIPC is a non-profit industry association founded in 2004 by leading companies in home photo printing and the mobile phone industry. Its mission is to promote and support the development of interoperability guidelines enabling printing of images and other content between mobile phones and home printers. The guidelines are promoted for use internationally to ensure a broad spectrum of products and services for mobile phone consumers. www.mobileprinting.org. SIMPLE_ WAY: This Mobile Printing Ready product is designed to provide easy printing from mobile phones. This product follows Mobile Imaging and Printing Consortium (MIPC) Implementation Guidelines for Printing with Mobile Terminals, Version 1.0, for : PictBridge. SIMPLE_ WAY Bluetooth: This Mobile Printing Ready product is designed to provide easy printing from mobile phones. This product follows Mobile Imaging and Printing Consortium (MIPC) Implementation Guidelines for Printing with Mobile Terminals, Version 1.0, for: Bluetooth, PictBridge. SIMPLE_ WAY Wifi: This Mobile Printing Ready product is designed to provide easy printing from mobile phones. This product follows Mobile Imaging and Printing Consortium (MIPC) Implementation Guidelines for Printing with Mobile Terminals, Version 1.0, for: Wifi, PictBridge.
OVERVIEW ACCESSING THE ONLINE HELP SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS INFORMATION ON PRINT QUALITY AND THE WARRANTY LOCATING YOUR PRINTER COMPONENTS PRINTER FRONT PANEL PLACING YOUR DOCUMENT ON THE SCANNER GLASS LOADING PAPER PRINTER POWER SUPPLY PRINTER FRONT PANEL STATES CONNECTING A DIGITAL CAMERA TO YOUR PRINTER INSTALLING THE PRINTER VIA BLUETOOTH (BLUETOOTH MODEL) INSTALLING THE PRINTER IN A WIRELESS NETWORK (WI-FI) CONNECTING THE PRINTER IN WI-FI (WI-FI MODEL)
OVERVIEW This multi-functional product performs the functions of a high quality ink-jet printer and of a flatbed type A4 format colour scanner, allowing you to print, scan and copy B/W and colour documents and images. The multi-functional printer is equipped with two heads, black and colour, for normal printing and copying operations. To print photographs and obtain a quality comparable with that of a photographic laboratory, you can replace the black head with the photographic head which is sold separately. note: The black, colour and photographic ink cartridges are available also in a High Capacity version. The multi-functional printer can also be used without a computer to make copies and to print photographs simply connecting the digital camera to the USB interface on the front panel, inserting a USB memory into the related connector or using the Photo Index. The installation CD contains the software for connecting to a personal computer and for managing documents and images. It also contains the Olivetti Toolbox application program that permits fast access to all available capabilities. The Bluetooth model allows direct printing of images captured with a mobile phone via Bluetooth. The wi-fi model allows use in wireless mode using the Wi-Fi connection: radio connectivity is integrated. Initial installation and any configuration of the multi-functional printer in Wi-Fi mode are always carried out using the USB cable; the cable can be removed subsequently for wireless mode operation. note: To install the wi-fi model, follow the instructions provided in the Wifi Info manual. ACCESSING THE ONLINE HELP This User Guide provides you with the basic operating information you need to use the features offered by your all-in-one printer. If you require further detailed information, refer to the Online Help. 1 To access the Online Help: Select the Help button in the dialogue boxes. SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS Read and follow attentively the instructions below: Use only the power cord provided with this product, or a power cord authorised by the manufacturer. Connect the power cord to a grounded electrical outlet that is near the product and within easy access. Install your printer on a flat, stable surface, in a location where no one can step on or trip over the power cord. Do not use your printer near water, or with wet hands. Do not expose your printer to rain or moisture. Do not attempt to disassemble your printer. Observe all warnings and instruction markings on your printer. Read and understand all the documentation supplied with your printer. note: This product works correctly and complies with safety norms when used with the AC power supply unit provided by the manufacturer. When using different power sources than those provided in the product package, it is the responsibility of the user to guarantee compliance with safety norms and with the correct power ratings this product requires.
Use to switch the printer On and Off. When the printer is ON, the button illuminates, flashing during printing phases. If an error occurs, for example paper or cartridge out, the button flashes.
PLACING YOUR DOCUMENT ON THE SCANNER GLASS Open the top cover. Position the original document or photo to be scanned face down on the scanner glass, aligned with the upper left corner. Close the top cover.
Placing a Bulky Document on the Exposure Bed To copy a bulky document, such as a book, release the cover from its runners by pressing its securing fixtures and slide it off. Place the original document or photo to be scanned face down on the scanner glass, aligned with the upper left corner. Close the top cover.
If the top cover was removed, replace it after copying by sliding its tabs into the related slots on the rear of the printer until they click into place. Close the top cover.
LOADING PAPER Raise the two paper supports into their upright position, then press the paper-width guide and slide it to its outermost position. note: When raising the paper supports make sure they are in their correct upright position. Load the paper vertically (portrait orientation), the side to print on facing the front of the printer and against the guide on the right side of the paper support. Pressing the left paper guide, slide it up against the left edge of the paper.
Loading Different Types of Paper To load: Plain paper, coated paper, glossy paper, photo paper, greeting cards, index cards, post cards, envelopes, transparencies, ink-jet labels Banner paper Proceed as follows: Load the media vertically up against the right side of the paper support, with the print side facing up. Pressing the paper guide, slide it up against the left edge of the paper. note: Load letterhead paper with the top of the letterhead entering the printer first, facing up.
Remove all paper from the paper support. Insert the leading edge of the banner paper vertically into the printer, against the right side of the paper support and with the print side facing up. note: Do not use perforated fan-fold banner paper. Press the paper guide and slide it up against the left edge of the banner paper. Read the instructions on the transfer packet. Load the sheets vertically against the right-hand side of the paper support and with the side to be printed facing towards the front part of the machine. Press the paper guide and slide it up against the left edge of the transfer.
PRINTER POWER SUPPLY The printer can be supplied with power from the mains using the external AC power supply unit provided. Connecting the power supply unit to the mains outlet: Insert the plug of the external AC power supply unit cable into the printer socket. Insert one end of the power supply cable into the power supply unit and the other end into the electrical outlet.
PRINTER FRONT PANEL STATES Press the On/Off button on the right side of the front panel. note: Before pressing the On/Off button, make sure that the power supply cable is connected to a grounded electrical outlet. For information relating to printer installation see the printer Installation Guide. After pressing the On/Off button, the printer performs a set of self-tests to detect any system malfunctioning. Errors detected during this phase are either signalled on the front panel or on the personal computer connected to the printer. For appropriate corrective measures in the case of errors, see Meaning of Front Panel LEDs. On completion of the self-test phase, if no errors are detected, the On/Off button illuminates.
CONNECTING A DIGITAL CAMERA TO YOUR PRINTER Turn on your digital camera. Read its Users Guide if you require for more information. With your printer powered on, take your digital cameras USB cable and plug one end into the USB connector on the camera itself, and the other end into the USB connector on the printer front panel.
The green USB status LED illuminates when a digital camera or USB memory is connected. If the printer does not recognise the camera connected, the LED remains off.
INSTALLING THE PRINTER VIA BLUETOOTH (BLUETOOTH MODEL) Printing over the Bluetooth wireless connection is possible if this capability is integrated in the computer, or if an external Bluetooth device is installed (e.g. a Bluetooth USB pen). The Bluetooth function must be active on the printer. The range of the Bluetooth system is usually around 10 metres but this can vary according to the characteristics of the environment in which it is installed. The printer supports the Bluetooth 1.2 Class 2 communications system for connecting to compatible computers and cell phones. The installation method varies according to the type of printer use. Activating Bluetooth The printer is configured for using Bluetooth from compatible cell phones and does not require any type of installation. To verify if the Bluetooth capability is available, see if the blue LED of the Bluetooth icon is ON. If it is OFF, proceed as follows: 5 In the Windows environment: Carry out USB installation as described in the documentation Setting up Your Printer note: If installation has already been performed, it is not necessary to repeat it. Open the Toolbox program (Start > Programs> Olivetti> Olivetti Toolbox). note: The USB cable must be connected and the printer must be ON. Click on the Settings button and then on Bluetooth Settings to access Bluetooth parameter configuration. Enable Bluetooth mode and click on Send settings: wait for the data of the Bluetooth network present to be automatically received: the blue light on the printer illuminates. Close the Toolbox program. The printer is now able to operate in the Bluetooth environment. If a password is requested during the connection phase, enter 0000 (or other, user-defined, password) using the Toolbox application (Start > Programs> Olivetti> Olivetti Toolbox). In the Mac OS X environment: Carry out USB installation as described in the documentation Setting up Your Printer. note: If installation has already been performed, it is not necessary to repeat it. Run the Toolbox program from the desktop. note: The USB cable must be connected and the printer must be ON. Click on the Settings button and then on Bluetooth Settings to access Bluetooth parameter configuration. Click on Bluetooth Status. Activate Bluetooth mode and wait for the data of the Bluetooth network present to be automatically received: press Apply. Close the Toolbox program. The printer is now able to operate in the Bluetooth environment. If a password is requested during the connection phase, enter 0000 (or other, user-defined, password) using the Toolbox application (Start > Programs> Olivetti> Olivetti Toolbox). USB Installation and Bluetooth Printing from Computer in Windows Environment Printing on the Bluetooth wireless connection is possible if this capability is integrated in the computer, or if an external Bluetooth device is installed (e.g. a Bluetooth USB pen). The Bluetooth function must be active on the printer. In the Windows environment Carry out USB installation as described in the documentation Setting up Your Printer. Activate Bluetooth mode on the computer (depends on the Bluetooth device installed). Make a note of the COM port that the Windows system has assigned to the Bluetooth channel (on Windows Xp, the Bluetooth icon is available in the systray to search for the connected devices; for other operating systems, consult the providers manual).
Open the Printers> folder and click on Add Printers>. Follow the instructions to add a printer and select local or network printer> then Select the printer port > and set the Bluetooth communication COM port noted previously. Select Install printer software>, locate and select the SIMPLE_WAY Bluetooth Olivetti printer model and add it to the list of available printers (when the presence of the driver is checked, confirm Maintain existing driver). For further information on how to add a printer to the system, refer to the operating system documentation. Installing Bluetooth from Computer in Macintosh Environment Wireless mode printing is possible via the Bluetooth connection if the computer is fitted with this integrated capability, or an external Bluetooth device is installed (for example a Bluetooth pen). The Bluetooth function on the printer must be active (blue led ON). To set the printer to Bluetooth mode, select System preferences > Bluetooth>. Click on Devices and then on New device. The Bluetooth Guided Setting appears on the screen. Click on Continue and then select the type of device: Printer. Continue Guided Setting selecting Search for the printer, and then follow the instructions provided on the screen. Assign the printer the name SIMPLE_WAY Bluetooth and complete installation. Installing Bluetooth for Printing from Computer in Windows Environment Printing on the Bluetooth wireless connection is possible if this capability is integrated in the computer, or if an external Bluetooth device is installed (e.g. a Bluetooth USB pen). The Bluetooth function must be active on the printer. The Bluetooth connection to the printer is made via a COM port available on the system. note: In the case of a previous USB installation, this must be removed from the system before proceeding. note: Before continuing, make sure that the Bluetooth system is active and functioning; otherwise contact the hardware manufacturer, or consult the specific documentation of the installed product. With the Bluetooth connection, you cannot use the copy and scan functions; the Toolbox program is not available. The copy function can be run from the keyboard on the printer front panel.
Activate Bluetooth mode on the computer (depends on the Bluetooth device installed). Make a note of the COM port that the Windows system has assigned with the Bluetooth channel (In the Windows Xp environment, the Bluetooth icon is available in the systray in order to search for the connected devices; for other operating systems, consult the providers manual). Switch on the computer and insert the Installation CD-ROM (c) in the drive. In the initial screen page, select the Language desired and click on Next>; in the next screen page, select Bluetooth> and follow the instructions on the screen. note: If the installation screen page is not displayed, click on Start> Execute> Browse, select the CDROM drive and click on Setup.exe. note: If USB installation has been carried out previously, it must be removed from the system before proceeding. When the COM communication port is requested, select that assigned to Bluetooth as noted previously and complete installation. The printer has been added to the list of printers available on the system and can now operate in the Bluetooth environment. CAUTION: With the Bluetooth connection, you cannot use copy and scan functions; the Toolbox program is not available. The copy function can be run from the keyboard on the printer front panel.
INSTALLING THE PRINTER IN A WIRELESS NETWORK (WI-FI) Prerequisites For initial installation or configuration of the printer, you need the following: A USB cable (not included in the package) A desktop or portable computer with active wireless device In the case of installing in infrastructure mode, an operative and working wireless network. note: If you have just bought a portable or a desktop computer, consult the user guide provided to activate the wireless network and define its settings. Installation To correctly install the printer in Wi-Fi mode: Carry out USB installation Activate the Wi-Fi component of the printer To enable wireless communication from the computer, use the printer software (Toolbox application), selecting Ad-Hoc mode (peer to peer) or Infrastructure (with access point) Create the network connection between the computer and the printer Perform Wi-Fi installation To add the printer to the list of printers available in the system. USB and Wi-Fi installation are carried out using the same Installation CD-Rom provided with the printer. On completion, you can use the connection via USB cable and wireless ( Wi-Fi) mode. For further information, consult the Wifi Info guide.
CONNECTING THE PRINTER IN WI-FI (WI-FI MODEL) The printer can be connected to a computer directly (ad Hoc mode) or via a pre-existing wireless network (infrastructure mode): Ad hoc (Peer-to-Peer) (factory setting): The printer communicates directly with the computer; to create the connection, both must have a wireless adapter. Check that the computer to be connected to the printer is fitted with a wireless device and that this is active; consult the operating guide provided with the computer. Use of ad hoc mode is generally restricted to simple wireless networks of reduced size, as performance tends to downgrade considerably after connection of several network peripherals.
note: (photo wireless model) when wireless connectivity and Bluetooth connectivity are both available, only one can be active at any given moment. Infrastructure (point of access): The printer communicates with the network computers through a wireless access point. The access point acts as hub (signal repeater) and may have a central gateway for connecting peripherals. Each computer and printer must have a wireless network adapter for connecting to the point of access.
2USING YOUR PRINTER WITHOUT A COMPUTER
COPYING A DOCUMENT CREATING AND PRINTING THE PHOTO INDEX PRINTING PHOTOS FROM YOUR PICTBRIDGE DIGITAL CAMERA PRINTING PHOTOS FROM YOUR DPOF DIGITAL CAMERA PRINTING PHOTOS FROM YOUR NON-PICTBRIDGE/DPOF DIGITAL CAMERA PRINTING PHOTOS FROM A BLUETOOTH DEVICE (BLUETOOTH MODEL)
USING YOUR PRINTER WITHOUT A COMPUTER
COPYING A DOCUMENT 7 Turn on your printer. Load the paper on which you want to print. Open the top cover and place the document you want to copy face down on the scanner glass. Make sure the upper left corner of the front of the item aligns with the upper left corner of the scanner glass. Close the top cover. Select the print or copy quality, either Photo or Normal, by pressing the Quality button. If you are copying a normal black/white text or a mixed black/white and colour document, choose Normal. If you are copying a photo or document with photos, choose Photo. To make more than one copy, press the Plus sign (+) on the Copy selection button the number of times necessary until the number of copies is displayed on the copy counter. Press the Black Copy button to create a black and white copy, or press the Colour Copy button to create a colour copy. note: If you are copying on different paper sizes with respect to the size of the original, press and hold down the Black Copy or Colour Copy button to activate the Fit-to-Page feature. The printer automatically adjusts the size of the original document to fit the size of the paper loaded. CREATING AND PRINTING THE PHOTO INDEX When a non-PictBridge device is connected to the printer and DPOF files are not associated with the images saved, the Print button is active on the printer display (the Print button is illuminated). If the Print button is pressed without having selected any of the images displayed, Photo Index printing is initiated. note: You must have A4 format paper in the paper support. The Photo Index contains the images with borders in a 5x4 thumbnail format and a space is provided under each for you to define the number of copies (1 to 4). At the bottom of the page, you can choose printing with or without borders and the full formats, 2x1, 4x1. The Photo Index, completed with your settings, must be positioned on the exposure bed of the scanner and printing is started by pressing the Print button for a few seconds. The printer recognises the Photo Index positioned on the exposure bed and the photos selected are printed as indicated. Print quality must be set from the front panel of the printer, while the image is adapted automatically to the format of the paper present in the paper feed. The Photo Index can be re-used several times. To re-use it correctly, the same device must be present, the same photos positioned in the same order, and the device must be connected to the printer. PRINTING PHOTOS FROM YOUR PICTBRIDGE DIGITAL CAMERA To obtain the best results when printing photos, you are advised to install the colour cartridge and the photo cartridge and to use photographic paper. See "Replacing the Black Ink and Photographic Cartridges Using the Garage". Make sure your PictBridge digital camera is turned on and connected to the printer. For more information, see "Connecting a Digital Camera to Your Printer". Printing is controlled directly by the camera. The printer automatically recognises the format of the ASF. Read your cameras User Guide for instructions on how to print photos. During printing, the Print button flashes to indicate that a print job is under way. note: If the size of the paper loaded in the printer differs from the paper size selected from the digital camera for printing and you begin printing, the printed output will be wrong. If this function is not available on the camera, printing is carried out using the paper format present in the tray.
3USING YOUR PRINTER FROM A COMPUTER
BEFORE YOU BEGIN THE TOOLBOX THE PRINTER STATUS MONITOR PRINTING, COPYING AND SCANNING FROM THE TOOLBOX PRINTING FROM YOUR APPLICATION USING PRINT PROPERTIES SCANNING AN ORIGINAL FROM YOUR APPLICATION SCANNING AN ORIGINAL FROM THE PRINTER FRONT PANEL HOW TO SET PARAMETERS TO IMPROVE PHOTO PRINT QUALITY SETTING PARAMETERS FOR WI-FI CONNECTION (WIFI MODEL) USING THE WEB SERVER (WIFI MODEL) BLUETOOTH SYSTEM SETTINGS (BLUETOOTH MODEL)
USING YOUR PRINTER FROM A COMPUTER
BEFORE YOU BEGIN This chapter outlines the basic operating information you need to start using your printer connected to a computer. For more information to take full advantage of all the features offered, read the Online Help. To access the Online Help from Windows: Select the Help button in the dialogue boxes. Before you begin: Make sure that your printer and personal computer are connected properly and that the software on the Installation CD-ROM was successfully installed on the computer as indicated in the Setup Diagram provided with your printer. Load the paper on which you want to print. For more information see Loading Paper. Make sure that the out-of-black or out-of-colour indicators on the front panel are not flashing, or not illuminated. If either one is, it is suggested that you replace the corresponding ink cartridge. For more information see Replacing Ink Cartridges. THE TOOLBOX The Toolbox application allows you to control printing, copying, and scanning operations directly from a single user interface on your computer monitor. You can also fax the document that you have scanned with your all-in-one printer if a fax application is installed on your computer and your computer is equipped with a modem. For the Wifi model, the parameters necessary to access a Wi-Fi network can be set. Included in the Installation CD-ROM, the Toolbox is installed automatically on your computer when you install the software contained on this CD-ROM. note: Guided printer installation uses a network protocol to send and receive information. During this exchange of information, when a firewall has been activated, certain communications may be blocked. Make sure that the network port used by the printer is open, i.e. is unaffected by this block (the predefined setting of the printer port is UDP). In the case of irregular or discontinuous functioning, check the PC firewall settings in the Windows 2000/XP environment. To do this, from network resources, select the connection concerned and using the mouse right button access properties and then firewall settings. You should disable the UDP port or, if in doubt, disable the protective action of the firewall. note: Guided installation of the printer in the Mac OS X environment detects only printers shared via the Share printer option when the computer uses the Mac OS X 10.2 (or higher) system. From the Toolbox main screen, you can: Print images and make copies. Scan documents or photos and decide where to send the scanned image. View the amount of ink remaining in the ink cartridges installed. Access a Solutions and assistance facility where you can: Clean and test the ink cartridge nozzles. Automatically align the ink cartridges to improve print quality. Find the address of the manufacturers web site, where you can access the information needed to purchase new ink cartridges. Access troubleshooting information. Access the functions for improving image quality. Access the network Settings function for the Wireless (Wi-Fi) mode (Photo Wireless model). Access the network Settings function for the Bluetooth (Wi-Fi) mode (Photo Wireless model).
Preferences/Properties: Ink Levels
You can: View the estimated amount of ink left in the black and colour ink cartridges. Link directly to the Toolbox Maintenance screen where you can view maintenance and troubleshooting information. Link directly to a screen providing the address of the manufacturers web site, where you can access information for purchasing new ink cartridges.
SCANNING AN ORIGINAL FROM YOUR APPLICATION Open the top cover and place the document or photo you want to scan face down on the scanner glass. Make sure the upper left corner of the front of the item aligns with the upper left corner of the scanner glass. For more information see Placing Your Document on the Scanner Glass. Scan the image from the application you are using. The scanner driver user interface screen is displayed with a low resolution preview of the document or image on the left-hand side of the screen. You can: Use selection handles to delimit the area of the preview image you want to scan. Rotate, flip, enlarge or reduce the preview image. Scan a new preview if you accidentally removed the original from the scanner glass. Launch your final scan according to the settings you have made. On the right-hand side of the scanner driver interface screen, customise your scan settings as indicated in the following table: Scanner Driver Standard You can: Define whether the document to be scanned consists of black text or line art only, a combination of black text, colour graphics or photos, or just photos, and set the scan resolution at 150 dpi, 300 dpi or 600 dpi respectively. Select whether to scan in full colour at 24 bits/pixel, in grey at 8 bits/pixel or in black and white at 1 bit/pixel. Return the screen settings to their factory default values, or save the settings so they are applied to your next print job. Select the resolution at which you want to scan. Select the colour depth, that is the number of distinct colours that can be represented in number of bits. Lighten or darken the image you want to scan. Increase or decrease the contrast of the image to be scanned. Activate a filter to smooth the image, for example when scanning magazine pages. Return the screen settings to their factory default values, or save the settings so they are applied to your next print job.
EXCHANGING BLACK AND PHOTO INK CARTRIDGES USING THE GARAGE Your printer comes with an ink cartridge garage that holds the unused black or photo ink cartridge. Use the photo ink cartridge together with the colour ink cartridge to obtain best results when printing photographs. Use the black and colour cartridge to print normal black and white or colour documents. note: When using the black cartridge, store the photo ink cartridge in the garage, and vice versa. To exchange the photo and black ink cartridges to best suit your printing requirements: Open the lid of the garage and extract the ink cartridge. Remove the ink cartridge being used from its right carrier and insert the cartridge that you now want to use. See Replacing Ink Cartridges. Place the ink cartridge just removed from the printer into the garage, with its contacts facing downward. Place the lid back on the garage and press it downward gently until it is securely closed.
5MAINTENANCE AND TROUBLESHOOTING
CLEANING YOUR PRINTER CLEANING THE INK CARTRIDGE NOZZLES TROUBLESHOOTING CLEARING PAPER JAMS
MAINTENANCE AND TROUBLESHOOTING
CLEANING YOUR PRINTER CAUTION: Do not clean the inside of your printer and do not use stain removers, acetone-based products, liquid or aerosol cleaners. Doing so could damage your printer case and scanner glass. Cleaning the Printer Casing, Scanner Cover Underside and Scanner Glass 3 Clean the printer casing using a soft dry cloth or moistened in warm water to wipe dust, dirt or smears off the outer case of your printer only. Clean gently the white underside of the top cover with a soft dry cloth, or moistened in warm water. Clean the scanner glass with a soft cloth moistened with water or with a glass cleaning solution. CLEANING THE INK CARTRIDGE NOZZLES Clean the ink cartridge nozzles when: White or colour lines appear on your printouts. Colours are faded, or do not print in parts or at all. Vertical lines in printout are jagged. To clean the ink cartridge nozzles: Make sure A4 size paper is loaded onto the printer. See Loading Paper. Click your mouse right button on the Windows task bar, or click Start > Programs or All Programs > Olivetti > Olivetti Toolbox. The Toolbox is displayed. note: In the Mac OS X environment, the Toolbox program is available by clicking on the icon present on the desktop, or selecting it from the list of programs installed. The Toolbox window is displayed. Click Solutions and Assistance. Select the Clean and Test Nozzles option. Click the Print button. The printer automatically cleans the nozzles and prints a test page. Check the quality of the printed output with the example displayed on the computer monitor. If you are not satisfied with its quality, click the Clean Again button to repeat the nozzle cleaning procedure. When finished, click the Close button to return to the Toolbox main user interface screen.
TROUBLESHOOTING Problems During Printer Setup 3 Before reading this section: Make sure the printer is properly connected to a working grounded electrical outlet compliant with your printers power requirements (100 - 240 Vac, 50 - 60 Hz) and that it is turned on. If you are using your printer with a personal computer, make sure that you have turned on both your printer and computer. Make sure the computers operating system is Windows 98 SE, ME, 2000 or XP, or MAC OS X 10.2 or later. Problem Your printer does not turn on. Possible Cause The printers power cord is not properly connected to the printer and/or to the power outlet. The power outlet may not be working. An operating system incompatible with the CDROM software may be running on the personal computer. The auto-run feature is disabled. Your personal computer cannot find setup.exe on the CD-ROM. Corrective Action Make sure that both ends of the power cable are properly connected. Make sure that the grounded power outlet is working. Make sure the personal computer is running Windows 98 SE, ME, 2000 or XP, or MAC OS X 10.2 or later. In the Windows environment: Remove the Installation CD-ROM and reinsert it again into the CD-ROM drive, with the written label upwards. Select Start > Run and then click Browse. Find the CD-ROM drive identifier and click Open. Select Setup and click Open. The setup.exe file is displayed in the dialogue box. Click OK and then follow the instructions displayed In the Macintosh environment: Switch on the computer and insert the Installation CD-ROM (c) in the drive. Double click on the CD-ROM icon displayed to start software installation and follow the instructions provided on the screen. Close all applications currently open. Reinstall the printer software as instructed by the Setup Diagram, or as indicated in the step above.
You insert the Installation CD-ROM into your computer CD drive and the installation program does not start automatically.
Your printers name is not available when you select File > Print from an application. The printer is not shown in the Printer folder in the Control Panel.
The printer driver was not installed correctly.
Problem When connecting the printer to the computer with the USB cable, the Plug and Play wizard did not terminate.
Possible Cause The computer did not find the printer driver.
Corrective Action 3 Remove the Installation CD-ROM from the drive and re-boot the computer. Place the Installation CDROM in the drive with the written label facing upwards. Reinstall the printer software as instructed in the Setup Diagram, or as indicated in the step above. Make sure the computer is running Windows 98 SE, ME, 2000 or XP, or MAC OS X 10.2 or later. Turn off your printer and computer, then unplug the USB cable from these two devices. Reattach the USB cable to the two devices following the instructions in the Setup Diagram. Turn on the printer first, followed by the computer.
When connecting your printer to the computer with the USB cable, the New Hardware Wizard is not displayed on the computer monitor.
The computer is running an incompatible operating system.
The USB cable may not be properly connected between the printer and computer.
Possible Cause The computer may not be enabled for USB operation.
Corrective Action 3 In the Windows environment: Click Start > Settings > Control Panel. Double click on the System icon. Click on the Device Manager or Hardware tab, then click on the Device Manager button. Click the Plus (+) sign next to the USB (Universal Serial Bus) Controller option. If USB host controller and USB root hub are present, USB is enabled. If they are not present, read your computer manual for information on how to enable a USB connection. In the Macintosh environment: From the Control Panel, check the system characteristics and the presence of an active, functioning USB connection. Re-install the USB drivers for Macintosh consulting the system manufacturer's documentation provided.
Problems Turning On the Printer Problem The printer does not turn on when you press the Power On/Off button on the front panel. Possible Cause The power cord is not properly attached to the printer and/or to a working electrical outlet. Corrective Action Unplug the power cord from the printer and from the electrical outlet and then plug it back. Make sure that the electrical outlet is working by attaching another appliance that you know works into it, then turn on the appliance. Check the corrective action for the corresponding LED that is explained in Meaning of LEDs on Front Panel.
Individual LEDs on the front panel come on.
Specific printer error as signalled by the LED.
Printing Problems Problem Your printer does not print when you click on the Print icon on the task bar of the application you are using. Possible Cause Your printer is not set as the default printer. Corrective Action 1 In the Windows environment: Click Start > Settings > Printers and Fax. Right-click on your printers icon and select Set as Default. In the Macintosh environment: Re-install the software furnished with the printer and check the print and spooler settings of the Mac OS X. Operating system. Turn off your printer and computer, then unplug the USB cable from these two devices. Reattach the USB cable, then turn on the printer first followed by your computer. Clear the paper jam. See Clearing Paper Jams. Press the Cancel button to reset the error condition. The print job continues from the next page. Clean the ink cartridges. See Cleaning the Ink Cartridge Nozzles.
Your printer is not properly connected to the computer.
The printing stops in the middle of a print job.
Margins Direct printing mode
Copier Specifications Resolution Copy modes Up to 1200 x 1200 dpi. In stand-alone mode 100%, fit to page Type of paper/speed: normal paper and photographic paper Contrast adjustment: light, normal, dark From the Toolbox program: Reduction/enlargement from 25% to 400%, clone, poster mode. Up to 99 when copying from Toolbox application installed on the personal computer. Up to 9 when copying in stand-alone.
Maximum number of copies
Scanner Specifications Type Optical resolution Flatbed, CIS (Contact Image Sensor). Maximum scan area Functions Up to 600 dpi (Simple Way model) Up to 1200 dpi Simple Way Bluetooth model and Simple Way Wifi model) Interpolated: up to 9600 dpi.
8.46 in (Wide) x 11.69 in (High). Photocopier Scan to file Scan to email Scan to application Scan to fax.
WI-FI SYSTEM SPECIFICATIONS
Wi-Fi System Specifications Wireless interface The wireless connection system is integrated in the printer and uses the IEEE 802.11 b/g protocol: data is transmitted using high frequency radio waves. The wireless system includes a network adapter and radio wave system. The USB connection and Wi-Fi connection can be used at the same time. 54 Mbps on 2.4 GHz band, if available. All functions can be used by the cable and wireless connections (only reading of the memory card is not available). For simple printer management, use the web browser for checking status, and defining and modifying parameter settings. Peer-to peer: The integrated wireless network connection can connect directly with a PC equipped with wireless functions for an ad hoc mode connection. The peer-to-peer connection method is used for small/medium web connections, as the increasing the number of network connections reduces the quality and range of the connection. This type of connection is set by default. Infrastructure: The printer is connected to a network of PCs via an access point which is connected to a central hub or gateway connecting all the wireless peripherals, or with an Ethernet connection. To install and configure the printer in Infrastructure mode a USB cable connection is necessary. However this cable can be removed once the network connection parameters have been configured for wireless mode. SSID (Service Set Identifier). WEP (Wired Equivalent Privacy) key. Via Web Server mode you can install WPA (WiFi Protected Access) keys in PSK (Pre Shared Key) mode Home/SOHO. note: To enter the network protection keys, you must access EWS before installing the software via the USB connection.
Transmission Speed Functions available
PAPER SPECIFICATIONS Supported Paper Types
Paper type A4 Plain paper A4 Plain paper A4 Coated paper A4 Transparencies A4 Photo paper A4 Glossy paper A4 T-shirt transfers A4 ink-jet labels A4 Banners 10x15 cm Note Cards 10x15 cm and 13x18 cm Photo paper Envelopes
Paper weight 70 to 80 g/m
Maximum feed capacity 100 sheets More than 50 sheets 50 sheets 20 sheets 20 sheets 20 sheets 5 sheets 20 sheets 20 banners, fed manually 20 cards 20 sheets 10 envelopes
> 80 to 90 g/mto 170 g/mg/mto 280 g/mto 180 g/mto 180 g/mto 110 g/mto 90 g/mto 280 g/mto 280 g/mto 100 g/m2
Supported Paper Formats and Sizes
Format A4 A5 US Letter US Legal US Executive US Folio US Statement B5 4x6 cards 5x8 cards Ax 18 cards Index cards Hagaki card L
Size 8.27 x 11.7 in. 210 x 297 mm 5.85 x 8.27 in. 148.5 x 210 mm 8.5 x 11 in. 216 x 279 mm 8.5 x 14 in. 216 x 356 mm 7.25 x 10.5 in. 184 x 267 mm 8.5 x 13 in. 215.9 x 330.2 mm 5.5 x 8.5 in. 139.7 x 215.9 mm 7.2 x 10.1 in. 182 x 256 mm 4 x 6 in. 102 x 152 mm 5 x 8 in. 127 x 203 mm 4.135 x 5.85 in. 105 x 148.5 mm 5.12 x 7.09 in. 130 x 180 mm 3 x 5 in. 76.2 x 127 mm 3.9 x 5.8 in. 100 x 148 mm 3.5 x 5 in. 89 x 127 mm
Format 2L US # 10 C5 envelope DL envelope C6 envelope B6 B5 envelope Monarch Chokei 3 envelope Chokei 4 envelope Chokei 40 envelope Karugata 3 envelope Karugata 4 envelope Karugata 5 envelope Banner (A4)
Size 5 x 7 in. 127 x 177.8 mm 4.12 x 8.85 in. 105 x 225 mm 6.38 x 9.0 in. 162 x 229 mm 4.33 x 8.66 in. 110 x 220 mm 4.46 x 6.37 in. 114 x 162 mm 4.92 x 6.93 in. 125 x 176 mm 6.93 x 9.84 in. 176 x 250 mm 3.875 x 7.50 in. 98.43 x 190 mm 4.72 x 9.25 in. 120 x 235 mm 3.54 x 8.0 in. 90 x 205 mm 3.54 x 8.8 in. 90 x 225 mm 8.5 x 11 in. 216 x 277 mm 7.75 x 10.5 in. 197 x 267 mm 7.75 x 10.5 in 190 x 240 mm 8.27 x 223.8 in. 210 x 5938 mm
note: All the formats listed above are detected automatically by the printer; sheets of particular size can be used by entering them in a specific window of the print and copy drivers (personalised print format).
Activating Bluetooth 10 Mac OS X 10 Windows 10 Addresses network 28 Aligning ink cartridges 37 Alignment page 37
Ink cartridge carrier 4 Ink cartridges aligning 37 checking ink levels 34 cleaning nozzles 40 exchanging 38 garage 38 order codes 34 purchasing 34 replacing 35 Installing Bluetooth Mac 11 Windows 11 Installing printer Bluetooth mode 10 Wi-Fi network 12 IP configuration, manual 28
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