Epson Stylus Photo RX685/690 Series RX685 user manual

User manual for the device Epson Stylus Photo RX685/690 Series RX685

Device: Epson Stylus Photo RX685/690 Series RX685
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Date of adding : 2014-07-29 12:38:19
Number of pages: 52
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Basic Operation Guide
-for use without a computer-
Safety Instructions Replacing Ink Cartridges
Important Safety Instructions .........3 Precautions.................................... 29
Removing and Installing Ink
Cartridges.................................. 29
Control Panel Functions
Control Panel ...................................4
Maintenance
Checking the Ink Cartridge
Handling Paper
Status.......................................... 32
Selecting Paper ...............................6
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Where to Find Information Paper manuals Start Here Be sure to read this sheet first. This sheet tells you how to set up the printer and install the software. Basic Operation Guide -for use without a computer- (this book) This book provides information on using the printer without connecting to your computer, such as instructions on copying, printing from a memory card, and printing on a CD/DVD. If you have problems using the printer, see the Solving Problems chapter in this book. Online manu

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Safety Instructions ■ When storing or transporting the printer, Important Safety do not tilt it, stand it on its side, or turn it upside down; otherwise ink may leak from Instructions the cartridge. Before using this printer, read and follow ■ Be careful not to trap your fingers when these safety instructions: closing the scanner unit. ■ Use only the power cord that comes with ■ Do not press too hard on the document the printer. Use of another cord may cause table when placing the origi

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Control Panel Functions Control Panel jk a bd cefg hi Control panel design varies by location. Buttons Button Function Button Function a P On Turns the printer on and f x Menu * Displays detailed off. settings for each mode. b Mode * Switches the modes g ud Selects photos and between r Copy, lr menu items. s Memory Card, and 4-way v Specialty Print. Scroll (Lights show which mode OK Activates the settings is selected.) you have selected. h y Back Cancels the current operation and returns t

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LCD screen Note: The LCD screen may contain a few small bright or dark spots, and because of its features it may have an uneven brightness. These are normal and do not indicate that it is damaged in any way. Using the LCD screen Follow the instructions below to select and change the setting menus and the photos on the LCD screen. a a b c,d b,d,e c d aUse Copies + or - to set the number of copies for the selected photo. bPress l or r to select the setting item. c cPress u or d to select the me

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Handling Paper Selecting Paper Before printing, you need to select the correct paper type setting. This important setting determines how the ink is applied to the paper. Note: ❏ The availability of special paper varies by location. ❏ You can find the part number for the following Epson special papers on the Epson support Web site. Choose from these paper types and settings: Paper type Paper type Loading capacity * setting Plain paper ** Plain Paper 15 mm Epson Bright White Ink Jet Paper 100 she

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5. Slide the edge guide to the right. Make Loading Paper sure the paper fits under the c arrow mark inside the left edge guide. Set the Into the rear feeder feeder guard back. 1. Open and extend the paper support. 2. Move the feeder guard towards you, and then slide the edge guide. 10 × 15 cm (4 × 6 in.) and 13 × 18 cm (5 × 7 in.) Follow the same steps to load A4 paper. 3. Load the paper short edge first, even for landscape printing, with the printable A4 side up. 6. Open and extend the ou

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❏ Align the edges of the paper before Into the front paper cassette loading. Note: ❏ Do not load Photo Stickers into the front paper cassette. ❏ Do not load paper into the front paper cassette that has already been printed onto one side or that has been fed through the printer once. 1. Pull out the front paper cassette. 5. Fit the edges of the paper snugly against the paper guides. The paper will not be loaded correctly if it overflows or does not fit properly. 6. Replace the cover. 2. L

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8. Open and extend the output tray. c Caution: Make sure the CD/DVD guide is not ejected before you start printing. Note: ❏ Make sure the Paper Feed setting is set to Front before you start printing. ❏ Do not pull out the front paper cassette while the printer is operating. Handling Paper 9 English

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Handling a CD/DVD c Caution: 3. Place your CD/DVD on the tray. Store the CD/DVD tray in a flat place. A warped The label or damaged CD/DVD tray may stop the printer surface up. from operating normally. Note: ❏ Make sure the data, music, or video is burned on your ink jet printable CD/DVDs before you print. ❏ Moisture on the printable surface may cause smearing. ❏ The printed surface is easily smeared immediately after printing. 4. Insert the tray into the CD/DVD guide. ❏ Be sure to let a

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Removing a CD/DVD c Caution: Be sure to remove the CD/DVD tray after printing has finished. If you turn the printer on or off with the tray in the CD/DVD guide, you may damage the printer. 1. Make sure that printing is finished. 2. Remove the CD/DVD tray by pulling it straight out of the CD/DVD guide. 3. Press L [CD Print] to replace the CD/DVD guide. Handling a CD/DVD 11 English

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Copying Note: Tip: ❏ The copied image may not be exactly the If you want to copy a thick or large document, same size as the original. you can remove the document cover. ❏ 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. Open it and pull it straight up. Placing Originals on the Document Table 1. Open the document cover and place your original face-down on the document table. Photos or document: Cop

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Note: Cropping and enlarging a ❏ If your photos have faded over time, select photo On to bring them back to life. You can crop out the rest of the photo and print just the main subject by itself when you copy a photo. ❏ If you set Color Restoration to On for a 1. Press v Specialty Print. normal color photo, the photo may not be printed correctly. 2. Refer to “Copying Photos” on page 12 4. Press OK again. Your photo is and follow the steps from 2 to 4. previewed. 5. Set the number of copie

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8. Press x Menu and change the settings Note: (& “Print settings for Reprint/Restore ❏ If you select 2-up Copy, Book/2-up, or Double Side 2-up as the Layout setting , Photos” on page 45). Then press OK. scan one original at a time. 9. Press x Start. ❏ If the edges of the copy are cropped off, move the original away from the corner slightly. Copying Documents Copying books When you select Book/2-up or Book/Double Side as the Layout setting, place the original on the document table as shown

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Printing from a Memory Card Handling a Memory Card Inserting a memory card Note: If a digital camera is connected to the printer, disconnect it before you insert your memory card. 1. Open the memory card slot cover. CompactFlash Microdrive 2. Make sure no memory cards are in the slots. Then insert your memory card. c Caution: ❏ Do not insert more than one memory card xD-Picture Card at a time. xD-Picture Card Type M ❏ Do not try to force the memory card into xD-Picture Card Type H the slot.

Summary of the content on the page No. 16

SD Memory Card SDHC Memory Card MultiMediaCard Memory Stick Memory Stick PRO MagicGate Memory Stick microSD card* microSDHC card* miniSD card* miniSDHC card* (* Adapter required) Memory Stick Micro* Memory Stick Duo* Memory Stick PRO Duo* MagicGate Memory Stick Duo* (* Adapter required) 3. Make sure the memory card light flashes and then stays on. Memory card light 16 Printing from a Memory Card

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Removing the memory card Setting Instructions 1. Make sure the memory card light is not Print Go to step 3. flashing. Proof Sheet 2. Remove the memory card by pulling it straight out. Slide Your printer displays the Show photos on the memory card Printing Photos in sequence. When you see the photo that you want to 1. Press s Memory Card. print, press OK and set the number of copies. If you want to print additional photos, select the photo you want to print. Then set the number of copi

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Cropping and enlarging a PhotoEnhance The PhotoEnhance Preview (white adjustment level is not photo characters) very high. Note: ❏ You can perform other operations while the hourglass icon is displayed. 1. Press s Memory Card. ❏ In some cases, the hourglass icon may not be displayed. 2. Select the photo you want to crop with 2. Press d to preview the adjusted image. the View and Print Photos option (& “Printing Photos” on page 17). Note: 3. Press G [Display/Crop]. ❏ Press d again to displ

Summary of the content on the page No. 19

4. If you want to print your photos by Selecting and Printing using the P.I.F. frames already assigned, press OK. Photos Using an Index If you want to select the P.I.F. frames on Sheet the memory card, press y Back. Then You can use an index sheet to select the select the photo with the View and Print photos you want to print. Photos option and select P.I.F. frame as the Layout setting (& “Printing Photos” Printing an index sheet on page 17). 5. Select the photo and P.I.F. frame then p

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Printing the selected photos 2. Selecting photos from the index sheet On the index sheet, use a dark pen or pencil to fill in the ovals and make your selections. Good: NOT good: 1. Printing an index sheet 1. Load several sheets of A4-size plain 1. In section 1, select the size of paper paper into the front paper cassette (& page 6). (& page 8). 2. Select whether to print your photos with 2. Press s Memory Card. or without borders. 3. Fill in the oval to include an optional date stamp. 4


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