Garmin PRO WT7900 All in One Printer User Manual

QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE
Epson Stylus Pro WT7900
®
Control Panel Lights and Buttons
Paper light
Ink light
Head cleaning button
Paper feed button (up)
Paper release
(ePlaten™) light and
button
Power light
and button
Menu button
Paper cut button
OK button
Pause/reset light
and button
Ink cover open
button
Paper feed button (down)
Paper source button
Printed in USA
CPD-27917
Printer Parts
Front
Roll paper holder
Roll paper cover
Front cover
Control panel
Ink bay
Ink bay
Film basket guide
Manual holder
Casters
Paper basket
Film basket
Back
Optional SpectroProofer port
Network interface port
USB port
Maintenance tank
AC inlet
1
Loading Epson Media
1
Open the roll paper cover.
2
Push the lock lever down firmly, then move the roll
paper holder to the left.
3
Set the roll paper on top of the printer.
4
If necessary, adjust the roll paper adapters to fit the
core size of the roll paper. Then release the tension
lever on each adapter.
2-inch core
3-inch core
2
5
Push the adapters into the paper core at both ends
of the roll. Then press down on the tension levers to
secure the adapters on the roll.
6
Move the roll paper all the way to the right.
7
Slide the roll paper holder to align the
the roll paper adapter.
8
Roll the paper slowly into position.
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Loading Epson Media (continued)
9
12If the
light is not on, press the
load paper.
Grasp the left roll paper holder and slide it to the
right as far as it will go. Make sure the roll paper is
pushed all the way to the right.
button to
13Insert the paper all the way into the slot.
10Pull up the lock lever to lock the paper in place.
If the paper doesn’t come out, lower the suction by
pressing the button. Return the suction to normal
after the paper is loaded.
14Close the roll paper cover.
15Press the
button to secure the paper. Wait for the
paper to move into position.
11Press the
paper source button until
or
appears on the display. Choose
to cut the
paper automatically after each page is printed,
or
to decide for yourself when to cut the paper.
16Select the paper type setting (such as ClearProof
Film) to match the type of paper you’ve loaded.
Removing Epson Media
1
Open the roll paper cover.
2
Press the
button to release the paper. The paper
rewinds automatically.
3
If you don’t plan to reload paper immediately, press
the
button again to exit paper loading mode.
4
Push down the lock lever firmly to release it. Then
grasp the roll paper holder and slide it all the way to
the left to release the roll.
3
5
Roll the paper forward so it rests on top of the
printer.
6
Pull up the tension levers, then remove the adapters
from the paper roll.
7
Place the roll in its original package.
Shaking the White Ink Cartridge
3
To maintain optimal image quality, remove the white ink
cartridge and shake it once a week. The printer will tell
you when this is required:
Alert that shaking is required
WARNING: If ink gets on your hands, wash them
thoroughly with soap and water. If ink gets in your
eyes, flush them immediately with water.
Days until next required shaking
1
2
Hold the cartridge horizontally and shake it for
about 30 seconds (about 100 times). Shake it back
and forth about an inch or two (5cm) in each
direction.
Press the
button to unlock the ink bay. Press
to select OPEN LEFT COVER, then press OK.
4
Hold the cartridge with the arrow mark pointing
toward the printer. Then insert the cartridge into the
slot.
5
Close the ink cover.
Open the cover and remove the white ink cartridge.
Checking and Cleaning the Print Head
Checking the Nozzles
6
7
The printer automatically checks the nozzles and cleans
them if necessary, but you can also check them yourself.
1
Make sure roll paper or letter- or A4-size cut sheet
paper is loaded in the printer. If you need to check
the white ink nozzles, use film to ensure that the ink
is visible.
2
Press
Menu.
3
Press
until TEST PRINT is selected, then press
4
Make sure NOZZLE CHECK is selected,
then press .
5
Select one of the following, then press
•PRINT
•PRINT
.
.
WITH WHITE INK to check all nozzles
including white ink. If the printer is in cleaning
liquid mode, white ink will be loaded first.
NOW to check nozzles without switching
ink. If the printer is in cleaning liquid mode, no
white ink will be used.
4
Press OK to start printing the nozzle check pattern.
After the pattern is printed, use at least a 10× eye
loupe to examine it.
•If
the pattern looks good, the print head is clean.
The text “CL : OK” means the cleaning nozzles
are working properly.
•If
any segments are missing, or if the cleaning
nozzle status is shown as “NG” (no good), run a
cleaning cycle as described in the next section.
Checking and Cleaning the Print Head (continued)
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Cleaning the Nozzles
1
Press the
2
Press
•NORMAL
•CLEAN
•POWER
or
cleaning button on the control panel.
to select one of the following:
When cleaning is finished and the Power light
stops flashing, print the nozzle check again to confirm
that the head is clean.
You can also turn the printer off and leave it overnight to
dissolve any dried ink, then clean the print head again the
following morning with a normal cleaning cycle.
CLEANING—Press OK to start the
cleaning cycle.
If you continue to detect a problem with the white ink
nozzles, perform a white ink refresh as described in the
User’s Guide.
COLOR PAIRS—Press OK, select the
color pair you want to clean, then press OK to start
the cleaning cycle. Use if you know which color(s)
you need to clean; this saves ink from being used
unnecessarily to clean working nozzles.
CLEANING—Press OK to start the
cleaning cycle. Use only if three cycles of normal
cleaning doesn’t clear the nozzles.
Aligning the Print Head
If your prints look grainy or blurry, or you see
misregistration or “ghosting,” you need to align the print
head.
1
Load the bundled roll paper included with the printer.
You can also use Epson film or other compatible Epson
media. For best results, use the same width of paper
that you plan to print with.
2
Press
3
Press or
then press
4
Make sure PAPER THICKNESS is highlighted, then
press .
5
6
Press
to select ALIGNMENT, then press
.
8
Make sure AUTO is highlighted, then press
.
9
Make sure UNI-D (uni-directional) is highlighted,
then press . This is the type of alignment to start
with.
10Press OK to start the alignment process.
Menu.
until HEAD ALIGNMENT is selected,
.
Each alignment takes about 7 minutes. The printer
scans the alignment pattern and adjusts itself
automatically. Don’t open the front cover or turn off
the printer during this process.
11When the uni-directional alignment is finished, press
Menu.
Make sure SELECT PAPER TYPE is highlighted,
then press . Select the paper type loaded in the
printer and press OK. (Select Bundle Roll Paper if
you’ve loaded the bundled paper included with the
printer.)
Press
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12Select HEAD ALIGNMENT, select ALIGNMENT,
and then select AUTO.
13Select BI-D and press OK to start the alignment
process.
twice to return to the Head Alignment menu.
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Checking Ink Levels and Replacing Ink Cartridges
Before you begin a large print job, you should check your
ink levels. If one of your cartridges is low, you can replace
it before you start. Or you can wait until the ink runs
out, replace the cartridge, and then continue the job.
When one of the icons has an X and REPLACE INK
CARTRIDGE is displayed, the cartridge is expended. To
replace the cartridge, first make sure the printer is on.
1
Press the
button to release the ink cover. If
necessary, select the ink bay for the cartridge you
want to replace, then press OK.
2
Open the ink cover all the way.
3
Push in the low or expended cartridge to release it.
4
Remove the expended ink cartridge from the printer.
Checking Ink and Maintenance Tank
Levels
The easiest way to check ink levels is from the control
panel. The numbers above the ink cartridge icons
correspond to the 11 cartridge slots in the printer.
Ink gauges for
11 cartridges
listed below
Maintenance
tank gauge
Replacing Ink Cartridges
When one of the ink icons flashes, and INK LOW is
displayed on the LCD, the cartridge is nearly expended.
Check the LCD to see which cartridge is low, and make
sure you have the correct replacement cartridge.
Epson UltraChrome® HDR ink cartridges
Ink
bay
Slot
no.
Cartridge
150 ml
350 ml
700 ml
Left
1
2
3
4
5
6
Cyan (C)
Orange (O)
Yellow (Y)
Light Cyan (LC)
White (WT)
Cleaning Liquid (CL)
T642200
T642A00
T642400
T642500
T642C00
T642000
T596200
T596A00
T596400
T596500
T596C00
—
T636200
T636A00
T636400
T636500
—
—
7
8
9
10
11
Vivid Magenta (VM)
Cleaning Liquid (CL)
Green (G)
Photo Black (PK)
Vivid Light Magenta (VLM)
T642300
T642000
T642B00
T642100
T642600
T596300
—
T596B00
T596100
T596600
T636300
—
T636B00
T636100
T636600
Right
Warning: Do not shake the expended cartridge, or
ink may leak. If ink gets on your hands, wash them
thoroughly with soap and water. If ink gets in your
eyes, flush them immediately with water.
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Checking Ink Levels and Replacing Ink Cartridges (continued)
5
6
Make sure the replacement cartridge is the correct
color, and remove it from its package. Gently
shake the cartridge before installing it: 30 seconds
for the white ink cartridge, or 5 seconds for all
others.
Note: If you can’t insert the cartridge smoothly,
you may have the wrong cartridge. Check the
package and product code. If the Ink light remains
on after installing the cartridge, try removing and
then reinserting it.
7
Close the ink cover.
5
To remove the cutter cover, press in the tab and pull
down the cover.
6
Loosen the screw using a Phillips-head screwdriver.
Hold the cartridge with the arrow
mark pointing toward the printer.
Then insert the cartridge into the
slot. Don’t force it.
Replacing Printer Parts
Replacing the Paper Cutter
If you notice that the paper isn’t cut cleanly, you may
need to replace the cutter (part # C12C815331).
1
Press the Menu button on the printer, then press until MAINTENANCE is highlighted.
2
Press again. Press
REPLACEMENT.
3
Press to display EXECUTE, then press OK.
The paper cutter moves to the replacement position.
4
Turn off the printer.
to highlight CUTTER
7
Replacing Printer Parts (continued)
7
Replacing the Maintenance Tank
Carefully remove the cutter.
You need to replace the maintenance tank (part # C12C890191) when you see MAINTENANCE
TANK FULL on the LCD, the icon has an X, and the
printer won’t print.
8
Insert the new cutter. Make sure the cutter pin goes
into the hole.
1
Turn off the printer.
2
Pull out the maintenance tank as shown.
Caution: Do not tip the tank or ink may spill out.
9
Tighten the screw.
10Insert the cutter cover, then press it in until it snaps
into place.
11Turn the printer back on.
12Run the cutter adjustment from the Maintenance
menu using the control panel.
8
3
Place the used tank in the plastic bag included with
the new tank and dispose of it carefully.
4
Insert the new tank.
Control Panel Menus
Boldface type indicates the default setting. Press the
Menu button to access the menus. See the User’s Guide for details.
Menu
Item
Settings / Explanation
PRINTER SETUP
PLATEN GAP
STANDARD, NARROW, WIDE, WIDER, WIDEST
PAGE LINE
ON, OFF
ROLL PAPER MARGIN
15mm, 3mm
PAPER SIZE CHECK
ON, OFF
PAPER SKEW CHECK
ON, OFF
REFRESH MARGIN
ON, OFF
AUTO NOZZLE CHECK
ON: PERIODICALLY, ON: EVERY JOB, OFF
PRINT NOZZLE PATTERN
OFF, ON: EVERY PAGE, ON: EVERY 10 PAGES
AUTO WT INK REFRESH
ON, OFF
INITIALIZE SETTINGS
Restores default settings
NOZZLE CHECK
Shows clogged or deflected nozzles
STATUS SHEET
Printer settings, total prints, and maintenance tank capacity remaining
NETWORK STATUS SHEET
Network settings
JOB INFORMATION
Date and Time and Ink and paper used for the last 10 jobs; most
recent job is number 0
CUSTOM PAPER
Information about registered paper configurations
TEST PRINT
MAINTENANCE
PRINTER STATUS
CHANGE INK
Depending on the white ink status, replaces it with cleaning
fluid (WT > CL) or vice-versa (CL > WT)
CUTTER ADJUSTMENT
Adjusts cutter position
CUTTER REPLACEMENT
Moves the cutter to the replacement position
CLEANING
NORMAL CLEANING, CLEAN COLOR PAIRS, POWER CLEANING
CLOCK SETTING
MM/DD/YY HH:MM
VERSION
Current firmware version
INK LEVEL
Percentage of ink remaining in each cartridge
MAINTENANCE TANK
Percentage of capacity remaining in the maintance tank
JOB HISTORY
Ink in milliliters and paper in square centimeters for each saved job;
most recent job is number 0
TOTAL PRINTS
Number of pages printed
EDM STATUS
Status of the printer on myEpsonPrinter.com. If the printer is
registered and enabled, displays time of last status upload.
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Control Panel Menus (continued)
PAPER SETUP
HEAD ALIGNMENT
ROLL PAPER REMAINING
Setting appears only when no paper is loaded
REMAINING PPR SETUP
OFF, ON
ROLL PAPER LENGTH
From 15 to 300 ft
ROLL LENGTH ALERT
From 4 to 50 ft
PAPER TYPE
Media type loaded in the printer
CUSTOM PAPER
Paper No 1 to 10
PAPER TYPE
Media type loaded in the printer
PLATEN GAP
STANDARD, NARROW, WIDE, WIDER
THICKNESS PATTERN
PRINT
PAPER FEED ADJUST
-0.70% to 0.70%
DRYING TIME
0.0 sec. to 10.0 sec.
PAPER SUCTION
STANDARD, -1, -2, -3, -4
SET ROLL PAPER TENSION
STANDARD, HIGH, HIGHER
REMOVE SKEW
ON, OFF
PAPER THICKNESS
SELECT PAPER TYPE
Media type loaded in the printer.
SELECT THICKNESS
8 mil (0.2 mm), 4 mil to 60 mil (0.1 to 1.5 mm)
ALIGNMENT
AUTO
NETWORK SETUP
OPTIONS SETUP
UNI-D, BI-D, BI-D #1, BI-D #2, BI-D #3
NETWORK SETUP
DISABLE, ENABLE
IP ADDRESS SETTING
AUTO, PANEL
IP, SM, DG SETTING
IP address, subnet mask, default gateway
BONJOUR
ON, OFF
INIT NETWORK SETTING
Resets all network settings
Spectro Proofer
Displays status of various parts and performs device alignment
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Where To Get Help
Epson PreferredSM Unit ID number
Service
Access
Date of purchase
Telephone support
all (888) 377-6611. Make sure you have your
C
Unit ID number.
Serial number
If you experience any difficulty with the toll-free number or your Unit ID number, call (562) 276-1305.
Internet
o to epson.com/support to download drivers and firmware, access product documentation and
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troubleshooting, and get technical advice through e-mail.
Support for non-Epson RIP
Contact the RIP manufacturer.
Web-based printer
information management
system
myEpsonPrinter.com
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America, Inc.
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QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE
Epson Stylus Pro WT7900
®
Control Panel Lights and Buttons
Paper light
Ink light
Head cleaning button
Paper feed button (up)
Paper release
(ePlaten™) light and
button
Power light
and button
Menu button
Paper cut button
OK button
Pause/reset light
and button
Ink cover open
button
Paper feed button (down)
Paper source button
Printed in USA
CPD-27917