HP Deskjet 1000c Printer series, 1000C User's manual

HP Deskjet 1000c Printer series, 1000C User's manual
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HP DeskJet 1000C
Professional Series
User’s Guide
This User’s Guide with video help is also
available in electronic copy in the Starter CD.
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Acknowledgements
TABLE OF CONTENTS
ColorSmart and HP ZoomSmart Scaling Technology
are trademarks of Hewlett-Packard Company.
1 Getting Started
Microsoft is a U.S. registered trademark of Microsoft
Corporation.
Windows is a trademark of Microsoft Corporation.
Notice
The information contained in this document is
subject to change without notice.
Hewlett-Packard makes no warranty of any kind with
regard to this material, including, but not limited to,
the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness
for a particular purpose.
Hewlett-Packard shall not be liable for errors
contained herein or for incidental or consequential
damages in connection with the furnishing,
performance, or use of this material.
No part of this document may be photocopied,
reproduced, or translated to another language
without the prior written consent of Hewlett-Packard
Company.
Print History
Edition 1 – June 1997
©Copyright 1997 by Hewlett-Packard Company
450 Alexandra Road Singapore 119960
Singapore
Packing List.......................................................... 1-1
Printer Parts ......................................................... 1-1
Setting up the Printer.......................................... 1-2
STEP 1: Installing the Tray............................ 1-2
STEP 2: Connecting the Power Cable.......... 1-2
STEP 3: Connecting the Parallel Cable ........ 1-2
STEP 4: Installing the Print Cartridges ........ 1-3
STEP 5: Loading Paper ................................. 1-4
STEP 6: Installing the Printer Software ....... 1-5
STEP 7: Align Cartridge and Printer Test..... 1-6
2 Getting the Most Out of Your Printer
Changing Print Settings...................................... 2-1
Using the DJ1000C Toolbox ............................... 2-1
Printing on Standard-Size Paper........................ 2-2
Printing on Custom-Size Paper .......................... 2-2
Printing on Envelopes......................................... 2-3
Printing on Labels ............................................... 2-3
Printing on Cards ................................................ 2-4
Printing on Thick (0.3mm) Cards ....................... 2-5
Printing on HP Premium Transparencies
and Slides....................................................... 2-5
Printing on HP Premium Paper .......................... 2-6
Printing With Special Features........................... 2-7
HP ZoomSmart Scaling Technology ............ 2-7
Printing Booklet ............................................. 2-7
Printing Billboard........................................... 2-8
Printing Handouts.......................................... 2-8
2-sided Printing.............................................. 2-9
Printing Banner .............................................. 2-9
Printing Mirror Image.................................. 2-10
Printing in Normal Mode ............................ 2-10
Printing in DOS Box .......................................... 2-11
3 Solving Problems
Problem Solving Guidelines .............................. 3-1
When the Printer Does Not Print ....................... 3-1
When the Lights Blink......................................... 3-2
When Paper is Jammed in the Printer .............. 3-4
Media does not Feed Through the Printer
Correctly............................................................... 3-5
When the Print Quality Is Not Satisfactory ....... 3-6
When the Ink Nozzles are Clogged .................... 3-8
Testing the Printer ............................................... 3-8
4 Appendices
Customer Support............................................... 4-1
Printer Specifications.......................................... 4-2
Regulatory Notices.............................................. 4-5
Declaration of Conformity .................................. 4-7
Hewlett-Packard Limited Warranty Statement . 4-8
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1 Getting Started
PACKING LIST
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Cartridge Indicator
Paper Width Guide
Alternative Top Media Feed
(Holds up to 10 sheets of paper)
Main Bottom Media Tray
(Holds up to 150 sheets paper)
Output Tray
(Holds up to 50 sheets of printed paper)
Print Cartridge Latches
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SETTING UP THE PRINTER
STEP 1
Remove the four tapes securing the printer (one is at
the back). Open the top cover and remove the fifth
tape and white packing material from the inside of
the printer.
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STEP 1: Installing the Tray
1. Align the guides on the output tray with
the grooves on the printer.
2. Push the tray in to lock first the left side
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3. Lower the tray to its horizontal position.
STEP 2: Connecting the Power Cable
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Plug the power connector firmly into the
printer’s power socket.
Plug the power plug into an electrical
outlet .
STEP 3: Connecting the Parallel Cable
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Make sure the computer and the printer
are turned off.
2. Connect the printer end of the parallel
cable firmly to the parallel port on the
printer.
3. Snap both clips onto the notches on the
connector.
4. Connect the computer end of the parallel
cable to the parallel port on your computer
and tighten the screws on the connector.
5. To locate the parallel port on your
computer, refer to your computer user’s
guide.
Note: For best performance, use an IEEE 1284
compliant parallel cable (HP part number C2950A or
C2951A) and connect your printer directly to your
computer.
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STEP 4: Installing the Print Cartridges
Note: Use only recommended print cartridges (HP
part no. 51645A for black and HP part no. 51641A for
color). Both print cartridges are installed in the same
manner.
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Press the Power button to turn on the
printer.
Open the printer cover. The print cartridge
cradle will move to the center of the
printer and the cartridge light flashes.
Remove the color print cartridge from its
packing box.
Gently remove the tape covering the ink
nozzles. Be careful not to touch the ink
nozzles or the copper contacts.
Lift up the print cartridge latch.
Insert the print cartridge into the cradle
slot and push down the cartridge firmly.
Push down the latch to secure the print
cartridge.
Remove the black print cartridge from its
packaging box and repeat steps 4 to 7.
Close the printer cover.
Note: If you did not install a recommended print
cartridge, or the print cartridge is not properly
installed, the print cartridge holder will move back to
the loading position, and the Change Cartridge
indicator will continue to blink.
Caution: The ink in the print cartridge has been
carefully formulated by Hewlett-Packard to ensure
superior print quality and compatibility with your
printer. Damage to the printer or the print cartridge
resulting from modifying or refilling the print
cartridge is not the responsibility of Hewlett-Packard.
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STEP 5: Loading Paper
The HP DeskJet 1000C printer prints on plain paper
and most other types of paper. Most plain paper
used for photocopying yields good results. See page
4-2, “Recommended Printable Weight” for
information on other paper types you can use. See
also pages 2-2 through 2-4 for information on
loading other size paper, envelopes, labels and thick
paper.
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Main Bottom Media Tray
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Raised the output tray and extend the
paper width and length adjusters to the
maximum.
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Insert up to 3/5 inch (15 mm) stack of paper
aligning the right edge of the paper stack
against the right side of the In-Tray, print
side down. Slide the paper in until it stops.
Slide the paper width and length adjusters
in until they press lightly against the paper
stack.
Lower the output tray to its horizontal
position.
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Extend the paper width and length
adjusters to the maximum.
Insert up to a maximum of 10 sheets of
paper aligning the right edge of the paper
stack against the right side of the tray,
print side down. Slide the paper in until it
stops.
Slide the paper width adjuster in until it
presses lightly against the paper stack.
Note: You do not need to remove paper from the
main bottom tray when you use the alternative feed.
The printer will check for paper feeding from the
alternative media feed. If paper is detected, the
printer will pick paper from there without checking
the main tray.
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STEP 6: Installing the Printer Software
Before you can use the printer, you must install the
printer software. To install the printer software, you
need at least 8 Mb of RAM and Microsoft Windows
3.1x or 95 installed in your computer. Please refer to
page 4-2, “Hardware Compatibility” for hardware
requirements.
From Starter CD-ROM in Windows 3.1
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Start Microsoft Windows and make sure
no other Windows applications are
running.
Put the Starter CD in your CD-ROM drive .
Choose File in the Program Manager
window menu.
Choose Run from the File menu.
At the Command Line box, type d:\install
or e:\install depending on which
represents your CD-ROM drive.
Click on the OK button.
Follow the instructions that appear on the
screen to complete the installation of the
CD.
Click on the Printer Driver to install your
printer driver.
After installation, restart windows.
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Close all running applications and disable
any anti-virus programs.
Put the Starter CD in your CD-ROM drive .
Your computer will recognize the CD and
run the setup. If it doesn’t, double click on
the CD icon in My Computer.
Follow the instructions that appear on the
screen to complete the installation of the
CD.
Click on the Printer Driver to install your
printer driver.
Follow the instructions. Click Have Disk.
Click Browse and select d:\driver\disk1 for
the English driver and d:\fdriver\disk1 for
the French driver.
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From Floppy Disks in Windows 3.1
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Start Microsoft Windows and make sure
no other Windows applications are
running.
Choose File in the Program Manager
window menu.
Choose Run from the File menu.
Insert Disk 1 into the disk drive A or B of
your computer.
At the Command Line box, type a:\setup or
b:\setup depending on where you insert
Disk 1.
Click on the OK button.
Follow the instructions that appear on the
screen to complete the installation of the
printer software.
From Floppy Disks in Windows 95
Turn on the printer before turning on the computer.
Windows 95 should recognize the attached printer
and walk you through the installation instructions.
If a screen with instructions does not appear, do the
following:
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Close all running applications and disable
any anti-virus programs.
Click Start, then click Settings.
Select Printers from the Settings menu.
Double click Add Printer.
Click Next until you see a list of
manufacturers and printer models.
Click the Have Disk… button, insert Disk 1,
and follow the instructions on the
computer screen.
After installation, restart windows.
STEP 7: Align Cartridges and Printer Test
You should align the print cartridges whenever a
cartridge is installed. This ensures that black and
color inks will align when printed together on the
same text, line, or graphic.
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Run the DJ1000C Toolbox software utility
by double clicking on the icon on the
desktop or in the program group.
2. Click the Maintenance tab, and select
Align Print Cartridges. Follow the
instructions on the computer screen.
You can select Print a Self-Test from the HP
DJ1000C Toolbox to test the printer set-up.
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CHANGING PRINT SETTINGS
HP’s Print Settings provide adjustments for every
extended printing capability your printer offers.
To change the print settings for the current
document, change the print settings from within
your software program. This procedure will vary
depending on the software program you are using.
1. Select either Print, Print Setup or Printer
Setup from the File menu.
2. Click Printer, Setup, Options or Properties
according to the software program you are
using and the command you chose in step
1.
3a. If you click Printer in step 2, you will need
to click Options, then Setup.
3b. If you click Setup, you will either see the
HP Print Settings right away, or you will
need to click Options.
3c. If you click Options, you will need to click
Setup.
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3d. If you click Properties, you will see the HP
Print Settings right away.
4. Change the settings under the Setup,
Color, Features or DOS tabs in the HP print
settings dialog box.
USING THE DJ1000C TOOLBOX
The HP DeskJet 1000C Toolbox is a software
program that provides a single point of access to the
following:
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How Do I?
Tutorials of common printing tasks.
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Troubleshooting
Step-by-step printing problem solutions
(dignostic tools help you solve your problems).
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Maintenance
Provides printer status and easy service steps.
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Access HP
Get HP information source.
The Toolbox appears on your Windows
desktop every time you restart Windows. You
may need to minimize the active window in
order to see the icon. Double click on the icon
to launch this software.
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PRINTING ON STANDARD-SIZE
PAPER
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US Legal, Executive, Letter, A3, 11”x17”, 13”x19”,
B5 and A5 size papers can be printed on the printer.
Use the main bottom media tray for paper that you
normally use to print on. Use the alternative top
media tray (holds up to 10 sheets of paper only) for
occasional printing on different size paper.
1. Raise the output tray and extend the paper
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width and length adjusters to the
maximum.
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2. Insert up to a maximum of 150 sheets of
paper aligning the right edge of the paper
stack against the right side of the tray,
print side down.
3. Slide the paper width and length adjusters
in until they press lightly against the paper
stack.
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4. Lower the output tray to its horizontal
position.
5. In HP’s print settings dialog box, click the
Setup tab and select the correct size in the
Paper Size box.
6. Proceed to print your document.
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PRINTING ON CUSTOM-SIZE
PAPER
Custom or odd size papers can be printed on the
printer.
1. Extend the paper width and length
adjusters to the maximum.
2. Insert up to a maximum of 150 sheets of
paper aligning the right edge of the paper
stack against the right side of the tray,
print side down.
3. Slide the paper width and length adjusters
in until they press lightly against the paper
stack.
4. In HP’s print settings dialog box, click the
Setup tab and select Custom in the Paper
Size box. The Custom Paper Size dialog
box appears.
5. Under Paper Size, type the values in the
Width and Length boxes, and then click
OK.
6. Proceed to print your document.
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PRINTING ON ENVELOPES
Envelopes of different sizes can be printed on the
printer using the alternative media feed.
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1. Make sure all paper is removed from the
alternative media tray.
2. Insert up to 3 envelopes against the right
side of the tray, with the flaps up and print
side down.
3. Slide the paper width adjuster in until it
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presses lightly against the envelopes.
4. Push the tabs near the paper output slot
down until they lock in place.
5. In HP’s print settings dialog box, click the
Setup tab and select the correct size of the
envelope in the paper size box. Do NOT
set to manual feed.
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6. Proceed to print your envelope.
Note: Remember to push the tabs back up into place
once the printing is completed.
You can also use the main bottom media tray for
printing envelopes. This tray can take up to 15
envelopes.
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PRINTING ON LABELS
1. Make sure none of the pages are sticking
together.
2. Slide the stack of labels against the right
side of the tray, print side down.
3. Slide the width and length adjusters in
until they press lightly against the labels.
4. In HP’s print settings dialog box, click the
Setup tab and select In-Tray in the Paper
Source box.
5. Proceed to print your labels.
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PRINTING ON CARDS
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right side of the In-Tray, with the print side
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2. Slide the paper width adjuster in until it
presses lightly against the cards. Extend
the card adjuster and slide in until it
presses lightly against the edge of the
cards.
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3. Lower the output tray to its horizontal
position.
4. Push the tabs near the paper output slot
down until they lock in place.
5. In HP’s print settings dialog box, click the
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Setup tab and select the size of the cards
you are printing in the Paper Size box; or,
select Custom if none of the sizes match
the card size you are printing.
6. Change any other print settings, if
necessary, and then click OK.
7. Proceed to print your cards.
Note: Remember to push the tabs back up into place
once the printing is completed.
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PRINTING ON THICK (0.3 mm)
CARDS
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straight paper path, use only the manual feed slot at
the back of the printer. The cards must be fed into
the printer individually.
1. Insert the card against the side of the
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manual feed slot, with the print side up.
Wait for the printer to grip the card before
releasing it.
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2. Push the tabs near the paper output slot
down until they lock in place. This will
allow the cards to exit from the printer
with a straight path.
3. In HP’s print settings dialog box, click the
Setup tab and select the size and type of
the cards you are printing in the Paper
Size box; or, select Custom if none of the
sizes match the card size you are printing.
4. Select Thick Plain Paper or Thick Glossary
Paper in the paper type box.
5. Check that Manual feed is selected in the
paper source box.
6. Change any other print settings, if
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necessary, and then click OK.
Proceed to print your cards.
Note: Remember to push the tabs back up into place
once the printing is completed.
PRINTING ON HP PREMIUM
TRANSPARENCY FILM AND SLIDES
Use only HP’s Premium Transparency Film, which is
specifically designed to work with your HP DeskJet
printer or other transparency film that is designed to
work with Inkjet printers.
1. Extend the paper width and length
adjusters to the maximum.
2. Insert HP Premium Transparency Film with
the rough side down and the adhesive
strip facing inward in the paper tray.
3. Slide the paper width and length adjusters
in until they press lightly against the
transparency.
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4. In HP’s print settings dialog box, click the
Setup tab and do the following:
• In the Paper Type box, select HP
Transparency to print transparencies
continuously or HP Transparency
(Pause Control) to print each
transparency separately.
• In the Paper Size box, specify the size of
your transparency (A4 or Letter).
• in the Paper Source box, select In-Tray.
• In the Print Quality box, select Best.
5. Change any other print settings, if
necessary, and then click OK.
6. Proceed to print your document.
PRINTING ON HP PREMIUM
PAPER
Use only HP’s Premium Inkjet or Glossy Paper, which
is specifically designed to work with your HP DeskJet
printer or other premium paper that is designed to
work with inkjet printers.
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HP Glossy Paper is designed to produce
photographic-quality printouts
HP Premium Inkjet Paper is designed to enhance
black or color printouts
1. Extend the paper width and length
adjusters to the maximum.
2. Insert HP Premium Inkjet or Glossy Paper
in the paper tray with the print side down.
3. Slide the paper width and length adjusters
in until it presses lightly against the
papers.
4. In HP’s print settings dialog box, click the
Setup tab and do the following:
• In the Paper Type box, select HP Glossy
Paper or HP Premium InkJet Paper.
• In the Paper Size box, specify the size of
your media (A4 or Letter).
• in the Paper Source box, select In-Tray.
• In the Print Quality box, select Best.
5. Change any other print settings, if
necessary, and then click OK.
6. Proceed to print your document.
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PRINTING WITH SPECIAL
FEATURES
The HP printer software allows you to print with
special features. To access these features, you need
to click on the Features tab in the print settings
dialog box. For instructions, refer to page 2-1,
“Changing Print Settings”.
HP ZoomSmart Scaling Technology
This feature allows you to enlarge or reduce your
document.
1. Click the Features tab in the print settings.
See page 2-1, “Changing Print Settings”.
2. Click Select one of the following features.
3. Select ZoomSmart from the dropdown list
box.
4. Select the size of your document. If the
Auto zoom box is checked, it will select the
size that the document will zoom up to.
5. Uncheck the Auto zoom box if you want to
scale down your document.
6. Change any other print settings, if
necessary, and then click OK.
7. Proceed to print your document.
Printing Booklet
Printing with the booklet feature enables you to print
your multiple-page document to look like a book. It is
advisable to set the printer settings before you work
on your document.
1. Click the Features tab in the print settings.
See page 2-1, “Changing Print Settings”.
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2. Click Select one of the following features.
3. Select Booklet from the dropdown list box.
4. Select the document size in the From: box
and the To: box will choose a paper size
that is twice that of your document size.
5. Change any other print settings, if
necessary, and then click OK.
6. Proceed to work on your document and
print.
7. Follow the instructions on the screen to
turn the paper.
8. Collate and fold your printouts to form a
book.
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Printing Billboard
Printing in Billboard allows you to enlarge your page
and prints sections of that page onto different sheets
of paper. You can then tile them to form a large
poster.
Note: You can print only one page at a time.
1. Click the Features tab in the print settings.
See page 2-1, “Changing Print Settings”.
2. Click Select one of the following features.
3. Select Billboard from the dropdown list
box.
4. Select n x n, n being the number of pieces
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of paper lengthwise and widthwise that
you want your printout on.
5. Change any other print settings, if
necessary, and then click OK.
6. Proceed to print your document.
7. Follow the instructions on the screen to
complete the printing.
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Handouts is a feature which enables you to print 2, 4
or 8 pages of your document onto one single sheet
of paper. This feature is useful if you want to print
your slides to give to your audience.
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1. Click the Features tab in the print settings.
See page 2-1, “Changing Print Settings”.
2. Click Select one of the following features.
3. Select Handouts from the dropdown list
box.
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Printing Handouts
4. Choose 2, 4 or 8 depending on the number
of pages you want to print on one single
sheet of paper.
5. Change any other print settings, if
necessary, and then click OK.
6. Proceed to print your document.
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1. Click the Features tab in the print settings.
See page 2-1, “Changing Print Settings”.
2. Click Select one of the following features.
3. Select 2-Sided Printing from the
dropdown list box.
Two-sided
Tablet Printing
4. Select Book or Tablet, and then click OK.
5. Click OK again to exit HP’s print setting
dialog box.
6. Proceed to print your document.
7. After all the odd-numbered pages are
printed, a screen appears with instructions
on printing the even-numbered pages.
Follow the instructions on the screen to
complete the printing.
Printing Banner
Ensure that you use HP Banner paper.
Use an application that allows you to create banners.
1. Click the Features tab in the print settings.
See page 2-1, “Changing Print Settings”.
2. Click Select one of the following features.
3. Select Banner from the dropdown list box.
4. Select the Paper Size and Paper Type and
click OK.
5. Get the banner paper ready for printing:
tear off at one more sheet than is required
and fan the paper stack to prevent sticking.
6. Remove all other paper and slide the
Banner paper into the main bottom tray
with the top cut edge pointing toward the
printer.
7. Slide the paper width and length adjusters
until they press lightly against the paper.
8. Proceed to print your document.
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Printing Mirror Image
This feature allows you to print a laterally inverted
image of your page.
1. Click the Features tab in the print settings.
See page 2-1, “Changing Print Settings”.
2. Click Select one of the following features.
3. Select Mirror Image from the dropdown
list box.
4. Change any other print settings, if
necessary, and then click OK.
5. Proceed to print your document.
Note: If your printer is connected to more than one
computer via Windows 95, check the print queue of
your job by selecting printers in the Settings menu
and double clicking on the HP DeskJet 1000C Printer
icon. Ensure that you feed in the correct media type
and size. Turn your paper over and press the
Resume button if the printer has printed on one side
and waiting for you to turn the paper in the 2-sided
or booklet printing.
Printing in Normal Mode
To print in the normal mode, i.e. printing on one-side
of the paper without any of the special features, click
No features in the Features tab.
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PRINTING IN DOS BOX
If you use DOS software programs, you must run
Windows and access the DOS software through the
MSDOS prompt in the Windows system.
1. Choose HP DeskJet 1000C as your default
printer.
2. In HP’s print settings dialog box, click the
DOS tab.
3. Change your settings and follow the
instructions below:
In Windows 3.1
4. Run the DOS application in MSDOS
prompt from Windows.
5. Prepare your document and print to DJ660
or DJ5xx printer.
6. If you have problems printing directly to
the printer, print your document to a file
and execute a ‘copy’ command to send a
PCL file to port ‘lpt1:’ as follows
copy /b filename lpt1
Do not send multiple DOS jobs in a batch file.
Wait for each print job to complete before
sending another.
In Windows 95
4. Select ‘spool MS-DOS print job option
from: My Computer → Printer → HP
DeskJet 1000C → Properties → Details →
Port Settings
5. Set ‘spool data format’ field to RAW from:
My Computer → Printer → Details → Spool
Settings
6. Run the DOS application in MSDOS
prompt from Windows.
7. Prepare your document and print to DJ660
or DJ5xx printer.
8. If you have problems printing directly to
the printer, print your document to a file
and execute a ‘copy’ command to send a
PCL file to port ‘lpt1:’ as follows
copy /b filename lpt1
Do not send multiple DOS jobs in a batch file.
Wait for each print job to complete before
sending another.
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If your application cannot run in the MSDOS prompt
in Windows, run it in the true DOS mode, ie without
starting Windows.
Prepare your document and print to a file using the
DJ660 or DJ5xx.
Start Windows and select your settings. Go through
steps 1 to 3 above and run MSDOS prompt. Type:
copy /b filename lpt1
Note: The special features descibed in the previous
sections are not supported in the DOS mode.
The printer software will not support B-size or A3
paper in the DOS mode.
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Solving Problems
PROBLEM SOLVING GUIDELINES
If you do encounter a problem with your printer, you
can seek help from the following sources:
•
Online Help
This is the prefered method to getting help
as the online help will step you to
diagnose and solve your problems.
Read the suggestions provided in the error
messages. If further help is required, press
the Help button.
Alternatively, double click the toolbox icon
on the desktop to access the online help.
•
User’s Guide
Read the listed troubleshooting tips to
solve the problem.
•
Starter CD
Refer to the Starter CD for troubleshooting
tips and ideas on how to use the printer.
•
Customer Support
If the problem cannot be solved by the
help suggestions in the online help or the
user’s guide, please refer to page 4-1,
“Customer Support” for a list of resources
available to you for the support and
maintenance of your printer.
WHEN THE PRINTER DOES NOT
PRINT
The printer does not respond at all to the
print command.
•
•
The printer is not properly connected to
the power source. Make sure the printer’s
power cord is firmly plugged into the
printer and into the wall outlet.
The printer is not properly connected to
the computer. Make sure the parallel cable
is firmly connected to the parallel port of
the computer and the printer.
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•
•
•
You may be using a wrong parallel cable
or the cable may be defective. Use an IEEE
1284 compliant parallel cable (HP part no.
C2950A or C2951A).
Your printer is not selected as the default
or current printer. Select your printer using
the Printer Setup menu in your software
program. Alternatively, select your printer
from Printers in the Control Panel.
You are using a data switch box and did
not turn the dial to the correct port
designated. (You are advised to connect
your printer directly to your computer.)
The printer appears to be printing, but
nothing prints on the paper.
•
•
•
The print nozzles of the print cartridge are
covered by a sealing tape. Remove the
tape. (See page 1-3, “ STEP 4: Installing
the Print Cartridges”).
The print nozzles of the print cartridge are
clogged with dried ink. Clean the ink
nozzles. (See page 3-9, “ When the Ink
Nozzles are Clogged”).
The print cartridge is out of ink. Use a new
print cartridge.
WHEN THE LIGHTS BLINK
All lights are off.
•
Printer is not turned on or is improperly
connected to the power source. Make sure
the power cord is firmly plugged into the
printer’s power socket and the other end of
the cord is plugged into an outlet. Press
the Power button to turn on the printer.
Note: The printer turns off by itself after some time
of inactivity. It will power up automatically when a
job is sent.
The Resume Light is blinking.
•
•
•
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Out of paper. Load in paper and press the
Resume button to continue.
Paper is incorrectly loaded. Remove the
paper, tap it on a flat surface to straighten
it, and then reload it. Press the Resume
button to continue.
Paper did not receive a form feed
command from the software program.
Press the Resume button to initiate a
manual form feed.
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•
•
You have chosen Manual Feed in the
printer driver software. The printer is
waiting for you to feed paper in from the
rear of the printer.
Paper is jammed in the printer. To clear the
paper jam, see page 3-4, “When Paper Is
Jammed in the Printer.”
Resume and Power lights are blinking
together.
•
The movement of the print cartridge
cradle is obstructed. Open the printer
cover and clear any obstructions. See
page 1-3, “Step 4 - Installing Print
Cartridges.”
Power light is on, but nothing prints.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Printer driver is still preparing data to be
sent to your printer. Wait a few more
minutes for the printer to respond.
Printer is not in the ready-to-print state.
Press the Resume button. If the Resume
light blinks, check the error message on
your screen for instructions.
Printer driver name does not appear in the
Installed Printers list in the Printers Control
Panel. Close all open software programs.
Restart your computer and reinstall your
the printer software.
Wrong printer driver is selected. Select the
correct printer driver.
Printer is improperly connected to the
computer. Make sure the cable is firmly
connected to the printer and the computer.
Software program is not set up for the
printer. In your software program
documentation, follow the instructions for
setting up the software to work with your
printer.
Bad printer cable, cable connections or
computer port. Try using another printer
cable.
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Print Cartridge, Resume and Power lights
are blinking together.
•
•
An unknown printer error has occurred.
Press the Power button to turn the printer
off. Cancel the print job at the computer,
and turn the printer back on. Resend the
document to the printer.
Printer has failed. Turn off the printer and
then turn it on again. If the lights stayed
on, see Appendices, Customer Support.
WHEN PAPER IS JAMMED IN THE
PRINTER
1
If paper is jammed in the printer, use the following
instructions to clear the jam:
1. Open the printer cover and shift the print
cartridge cradle to the right.
2. Clear any obstructions.
3. Press the Resume button continuously to
eject the paper. Alternatively, turn the
printer off, then turn it on again.
4. Pull the paper out.
5. Close the printer cover.
To avoid paper jams:
•
Make sure nothing is blocking the printer’s
paper path.
•
Do not overload the alternative paper tray.
The alternative paper tray holds up to 10
sheets of plain paper or other print
material measuring the same thickness.
The bottom main tray holds up to 3/5 inch
(15 mm) thickness of print material.
•
Load paper in the proper manner.
•
Do not use paper that is curled or
crumpled.
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WHEN MEDIA DOES NOT FEED
THROUGH THE PRINTER CORRECTLY
Paper does not feed into the printer
properly.
•
•
•
•
Re-load the paper. See page 1-4, “ STEP 5:
Loading Paper”.
Too many sheets of paper were loaded,
remove some paper.
Paper is damaged , wrinkled, or curled.
Replace or remove the paper.
Paper in the stack may be of a different
type, size and weight. Make sure the stack
of paper are of the same type.
Paper does not eject from the printer.
•
•
•
Paper is jammed in the printer. To clear the
paper jam, see page 3-4, “When Paper Is
Jammed in the Printer”.
The computer was turned off while the
printer was printing. Turn off the printer
and turn on the computer. Then turn on
the printer.
Paper did not receive a form feed
command from the software program.
Press the Resume button to initiate a
manual form feed.
Note: The last printed page will not be ‘kicked’ out
of the printer fully; but will be ejected properly if you
send the nex print job.
More than one sheet of paper are fed into
the printer at a time.
•
•
•
•
The sheets of paper are stuck together.
Remove the paper stack, separate the
sheets, and then reload the paper stack.
Too many sheets of paper were loaded,
remove some paper.
Paper in the stack may be of a different
type, size and weight. Make sure the stack
of paper are of the same type.
Paper is not fed into the printer properly.
To load paper, see page 1-4 “ STEP 5:
Loading Paper.”
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Printing is slanted
•
•
Paper width and length guides are not
used.
Paper is not fed into the printer properly.
To load paper, see page 1-4 “ STEP 5:
Loading Paper.”
Media is blank when ejected from the
printer.
•
•
The print nozzles of the print cartridge are
covered by a sealing tape. Remove the
tape. (See page 1-4, “ STEP 4: Installing
the Print Cartridges”).
The print cartridge is out of ink. Use a new
print cartridge.
Envelopes do not feed into the printer.
•
•
Envelopes are improperly loaded. Reload
the envelopes. See page 2-3, “Printing on
Envelopes”.
Envelopes are bent or damaged. Do not
use envelopes with bent or curled edges.
Cards do not feed into the printer.
•
•
Cards are improperly loaded. Reload the
cards. See page 2-5, “Printing on Cards”.
An unsupported type of card is used for
printing. Use cards with the correct weight
and size. See page 4-3, “Printer
Specifications”.
WHEN THE PRINT QUALITY IS NOT
SATISFACTORY
The printed page looks faded.
•
•
•
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The print nozzles of the print cartridge are
clogged with dried ink. Clean the ink
nozzles. (See page 3-8, “ When the Ink
Nozzles are Clogged”).
Print cartridges need cleaning. Run the
Clean Print Cartridge Utility. Double click
on the toolbox icon on the desktop. Click
the Maintenance tab, and select Clean the
print cartridges.
The print cartridge is out of ink. Use a new
print cartridge.
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Ink is smearing or paper is wrinkling.
•
•
You may have touched the printed page
before the ink has dried. Wait for the
printed page to dry before picking it up.
Too much ink was used on the printed
page. Lower the intensity settings in your
software application.
Characters, dots, or lines are missing or
are incomplete.
•
•
The print nozzles of the print cartridge are
clogged with dried ink. Clean the ink
nozzles. (See page 3-8, “ When the Ink
Nozzles are Clogged”).
The print cartridge is out of ink. Use a new
print cartridge.
Ink coverage is inconsistent.
•
•
The print nozzles of the print cartridge are
clogged with dried ink. Clean the ink
nozzles. (See page 3-8, “ When the Ink
Nozzles are Clogged”).
The paper may not be suitable for the
printer. Try using another paper type.
Too much ink on the printed page.
•
The paper may not be suitable for the
printer. Try using another paper type.
Some colors are missing.
•
•
The print nozzles of the print cartridge are
clogged with dried ink. Clean the ink
nozzles. (See page 3-8, “ When the Ink
Nozzles are Clogged”).
The print cartridge is out of ink. Use a new
print cartridge.
The printed page looks incomplete or has
odd-looking characters.
•
•
The page orientation settings may not be
correct. Check that the orientation for your
document and your printer setting is the
same.
The size of your document is larger than
the media in the tray.
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WHEN THE INK NOZZLES ARE
CLOGGED
Prolonged exposure to air may cause ink crust to
form on the ink nozzles of the print cartridges. You
can use the following steps to remove the ink crust
from the cartridges:
Note: Be careful when clearing the ink crust from the
cartridges, the ink may stain your hands or clothing.
1. Hold the print cartridge with the ink
nozzles facing upwards.
2. Use a water-damp cloth, gently and slowly
wipe the dry ink off the print cartridge
nozzles.
3. Repeat the above step, using a clean
portion of the damp cloth to wipe the
residual ink off the print cartridge nozzles.
4. Clean the contacts on the print cartridge
cradle with a lint free cloth.
5. Re-install the print cartridge.
6. Run the Clean Print Cartridge Utility.
Double click on the toolbox icon in the
program group in Windows 3.1 or on the
desktop in Windows 95. Click the
Maintenance tab, and select Clean the
print cartridges.
7. Proceed to print your document or print a
test page.
TESTING THE PRINTER
To make sure that the printer is working properly,
perform the printer self-test.
1. Load in letter-size or A4 paper.
2. Press the Power button to turn on the
printer.
3. Press and hold the Power button.
4. Press the Resume button four times.
5. A page with a square at each corner and
some lines are printed.
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4
Appendices
CUSTOMER SUPPORT
The information in the previous chapter suggests solutions to common problems. If your printer is not
operating properly and these suggestions do not solve your problem, try using one of the following support
services to obtain assistance.
Note: There are no user serviceable parts inside the printer.
HP FIRST
HP FIRST provides toll-free, 24-hour technical information to you by fax. Call HP FIRST at the following
telephone numbers:
For customers in US:
(800) 333 1917
For customers in Asia-Pacific:
Australia
New Zealand
Singapore
Thailand
(03) 9272 2627
(09) 356 6642
(65) 275 7251
(65) 275 7251
Internet
Printer software, product and support information may be obtained from the World Wide Web at the
following URL: http://www.hp.com/go/DJ1000 or http://www.hp.com
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HP Telephone Support
During the warranty period, you may obtain assistance from the HP Customer Support Center.
Before calling, please fill in the following information to be ready to help your Customer Support Center
representative:
What is the serial number of your printer?
What model printer do you have?
HP DeskJet 1000C
What is the brand and model of your computer?
What is the version of printer software you are using and
what driver have you selected?
Run the DJ1000C Toolbox software utility by double clicking on the icon in the program group in Windows
3.1x or on the desktop in Windows 95. Click the Maintenance tab, and select Display the system information.
Have this information ready when you call the support lines.
The HP Customer Support Center can be reached at any of the following numbers:
For customers in US:
During Warranty:
(208) 323-2551
Monday through Friday
Post Warranty:
(900) 555-1500 ($2.50 per minute) Monday through Friday
Saturdays
(800) 999-1148 ($25.00 per call)
6 am to 6 pm (MST)
7 am to 6 pm (MST)
9 am to 3 pm
For customers in Asia Pacific:
Australia
(03) 9272 8000 (free for first 12 months but long distance phone call charges apply)
Indonesia
6221-351 1171
Malaysia
(03) 295 2566
New Zealand
(09) 356 6640 (free for first 12 months but long distance phone call charges apply)
Singapore
(65) 272 5300
Thailand
(662) 661 4011
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PRINTER SPECIFICATIONS
Print Method
Plain paper drop-on-demand thermal inkjet printing
Print Speed
These are approximate figures. Exact speed will vary depending on the system configuration and software
used.
Up to 6 ppm for black printing
Up to 3.5 ppm for color printing
Resolution
Letter quality mode
600 x 600 dpi black
600 x 600 dpi color with C-REt
Color-Resolution Enhancement technology (C-REt) is an HP propriety technology that delivers high quality
multi-level color print quality by controlling the amount of ink applied to each pixel location. As presently
implemented, C-REt takes multilevel color or grayscale information from your computer’s application and
converts it to the resolution supported by your printer. For the HP DeskJet 1000C printer, that resolution is up
to four drops of ink placed on a 600 dpi grid.
See your HP Customer Support Center for more information on C-REt.
Draft quality mode
300 x 600 black
300 x 300 color
Dimensions
With the paper tray closed
W x H x D: 22.8 x 8.8 x 15.0 in. (579.1 x 223.5 x 380.0 mm)
With the paper tray fully extended
W x H x D: 22.8 x 8.8 x 26.3 in. (579.1 x 223.5 x 668.0 mm)
Weight
20.7 lb. (9.4 kg)
Hardware Compatibility
Windows Environment
80486-66 MHz processor and above
Windows 3.1x, Windows 95 and Windows for Workgroups 3.11
8 MB RAM
50 MB of free hard disk space if printing B-size photo quality pictures
DOS Environment
MS DOS prompt in the Windows environment only
Software Compatibility
Microsoft Windows (version 3.1x, Windows 95 and Windows for Workgroups 3.11)
Note: Windows NT NOT supported.
Recommended Printable Weight
Paper: [Auto feed] 60 to 90 g/m2 (16 to 24 lb); [Manual feed] up to 0.3 mm thickness
Envelopes: 75 to 90 g/m2 (20 to 24 lb)
Cards: 110 to 200 g/m2 (0.3 mm max. thickness)
Printable Paper Sizes
from 100 x 148 mm (3.94 x 5.83 in.) to 330 x 483 mm (13 x 19 in.)
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HP Supplies
HP Premium Transparency Film (US Letter, 50 sheets): 216 x 279 mm (8.5 x 11 in.)
HP Premium Transparency Film (US Letter, 20 sheets): 216 x 279 mm (8.5 x 11 in.)
HP Premium Transparency Film (A4, 50 sheets): 210 x 297 mm
HP Premium Transparency Film (A4, 20 sheets): 210 x 297 mm
HP Premium Inkjet Glossy Paper (US Letter, 50 sheets): 216 x 279 mm (8.5 x 11 in.)
HP Premium Inkjet Glossy Paper (US Letter, 10 sheets): 216 x 279 mm (8.5 x 11 in.)
HP Premium Inkjet Glossy Paper (A4, 50 sheets): 210 x 297 mm
HP Premium Inkjet Glossy Paper (A4, 10 sheets): 210 x 297 mm
HP Premium InkJet Paper (US Letter, 200 sheets): 216 x 279 mm (8.5 x 11 in.)
HP Premium InkJet Paper (US B-size, 100 sheets): 279.4 x 432 mm (11 x 17 in.)
HP Premium InkJet Paper (A4, 200 sheets): 210 x 297 mm
HP Premium InkJet Paper (A3, 100 sheets): 297 x 420 mm
HP Bright White Paper (US Letter, 500 sheets): 216 x 279 mm (8.5 x 11 in.)
HP Bright White Paper (US B-size, 200 sheets): 279.4 x 432 mm (11 x 17 in.)
HP Bright White Paper (A4, 500 sheets): 210 x 297 mm
HP Bright White Paper (A3, 200 sheets): 297 x 420 mm
HP Banner Paper (US Letter, 100 sheets): 216 x 279 mm (8.5 x 11 in.)
HP Banner Paper (A4, 100 sheets): 210 x 297 mm
HP Premium Photo Paper (US Letter, 20 sheets): 216 x 279 mm (8.5 x 11 in.)
HP Premium Photo Paper (A4, 20 sheets): 210 x 279 mm (Europe)
HP Premium Photo Paper (A4, 20 sheets): 210 x 279 mm (Asia Pacific)
HP Premium Photo Paper (US B-size, 20 sheets): 279.4 x 432 mm (11 x 17 in.)
HP Premium Photo Paper (A3, 20 sheets): 297 x 420 mm
HP Greeting Card Paper (20 sheets, 20 envelopes)
HP Labels (A4, 100 sheets): 210 x 297 mm
HP Labels (A4, 100 sheets): 210 x 297 mm
HP Labels (A4, 100 sheets): 210 x 297 mm
HP Labels (A4, 100 sheets): 210 x 297 mm
HP Labels (A4, 100 sheets): 210 x 297 mm
Print Cartridges
Black
Color
51645A
51641A
Parallel Cable
HP IEEE-1284 Compliant Parallel Cable (2-metre)
HP IEEE-1284 Compliant Parallel Cable (3-metre)
C2950A
C2951A
Paper Handling
Main paper tray (up to 150 sheets of 60 g/m2 or 16 lb paper)
Alternative paper feed (up to 10 sheets of 60 g/m2 or 16 lb paper)
Manual feed (for cards up to 0.3 mm thick which requires straight paper path)
I/O Interface
Parallel, IEEE 1284 compliant with 1284-B receptacle (ECP)
4-4 Appendices
C3834A
C3828A
C3835A
C3832A
C3836A
C3833A
C3837A
C3831A
51634Y
C1855A
51634Z
C1856A
C1824A
C1857A
C1825A
C1858A
C1820A
C1821A
C6039A
C6040A
C6043A
C6058A
C6059A
C1812A
92296L
92296M
92296N
92296P
92296R
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Power Requirements
100 – 240 V ac (50 – 60 Hz)
Power Consumption:
3.8 W when idle
30 W during printing
Operating Environment
Temperature
Maximum operating temperature:
5°C to 40°C (41°F to 104°F)
Humidity: 10–80% RH non-condensing
Recommended operating conditions for best print quality: 15°C to 35°C (59°F to 95°F), 20 to 80% RH noncondensing
Storage temperature: -40°C to 60°C (-40°F to 140°F)
Noise Levels per ISO 9296
Sound Pressure, LpAm: 50 dB(A)
Reliability
65,000 page life. 20,000 hours MTBF, 1,000 pages per month work rate
Product Certifications
Safety Certifications
Printer with Power Adapter:
UL, CSA, NOM1, PSB.
EMI Certifications
Printer with Power Cord:
FCC Class B when used with a Class B computing device (USA), VCCI (Japan)
REGULATORY NOTICES
Potential for Radio/Television Interference (U.S.A. only)
The HP DeskJet 1000C printer generates and uses radio frequency energy and may cause interference to
radio and television reception. Your printer complies with the specifications in Subpart B of Part 15 of the
Federal Communications Commission rules for a Class B computing device. These specifications provide
reasonable protection against such interference in a residential installation. However, there is no guarantee
that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If the printer does cause interference to radio or
television reception, which can be determined by turning the printer off and on, you can try to eliminate the
interference problem by doing one or more of the following:
• Re-orient the receiving antenna.
• Re-orient the position of the printer with respect to the receiver.
• Move the printer away from the receiver.
• Plug the printer into a different outlet so that the printer and receiver are on different branch circuits.
If necessary, consult an authorized HP dealer or an experienced radio/television technician for additional
suggestions. You may find the following booklet, prepared by the Federal Communications Commission,
helpful: How to Identify and Resolve Radio/TV Interference Problems. This booklet is available from the U.S.
Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C. 20402, Stock No. 004-000-00345-4.
To comply with FCC rules Part 15B Class B computing device use only shielded interface cables.
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Compliance Statement (Canada)
This Class B digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian Interference-Causing Equipment
Regulations.
Cet appareil numérique de la class B respecte toutes les exigences du Réglement sur le matériel brouilleur du
Canada.
Power cord statement
The power cord cannot be repaired. If it is defective it should be discarded or returned to the supplier.
Das Netzteil (einschließlich Kabel und Adapter) kann nicht repariert werden.
Falls ein Defekt im Netzteil vorliegt, die ganze Einheit entsorgen und durch eine neue Einheit ersetzen.
LEDS Classification
CLASS 1 LED PRODUCT
LED KLASSE 1
APPARECCHIO LED DI CLASSE 1
PRODUCT KLASY 1 Z DIODAMI ŒWHECYCYMI LED
Appareil à Diode Electrluminescente de Classe 1
ZA¤ÍZENÍ LED T¤ÍY 1
KLASS 1 LED APPARAT
LUOKAN 1 LED
Svenska
Får endast anslutas till jordat nätuttag.
Observera!
Skadas sladden till denna nätadapter skall enheten kasseras. Sladden går ej att byta ut.
Energy Consumption
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DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
according to ISO / IEC Guide 22 and EN 45104
Manufacturer’s name:
Hewlett-Packard Singapore (Pte) Ltd.
Manufacturer’s address:
Asia Hardcopy Manufacturing Operation
20 Gul Way Singapore 629196
declares, that the product
Product Name:
HP DeskJet 1000C Printer
Product Number:
HP C2670A, C2673A
Product Options:
All
conforms to the following Product Specifications:
Safety:
IEC 950 : 1991 + A1 + A2 / EN 60950 : 1992 + A1 + A2
IEC825-1 : 1993 / EN 60825-1 : 1994 class I for LEDS
EMC:
CISPR 22 : 1993 / EN 55022 : 1994 Class B
EN 50082-1 : 1992
IEC 801-2 : 1991 / prEN 55024-2 : 1992 - 4 kV CD, 8 kV AD
IEC 801-3 : 1984 / prEN 55024-3 : 1991 - 3 V/m
IEC 801-4 : 1988 / prEN 55024-4 : 1992 - 0.5 kV Signal Lines
1 kV Power Lines
IEC-1000-3-2 : 1995 / EN 61000-3-2 : 1995
IEC-1000-3-3 : 1995 / EN 61000-3-3 : 1995
Supplementary Information:
(1) The products herewith comply with the requirements of the Low Voltage Directive 73 / 23 / EEC and
the EMC Directive 89 / 336 / EEC.
(2) The HP DeskJet 1000C printer was tested in a typical configuration with Hewlett-Packard Personal
Computer.
Singapore, February 1997
Chan Kum Yew, Quality Manager
European Contact: Your local Hewlett-Packard Sales and Service Office or Hewlett-Packard GmbH,
Department TRE, Herrenberger Straße 130, D-71034 Böblingen (Fax: +49-7031-143143)
Appendices 4-7
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Hewlett-Packard Limited Warranty Statement
HP Product
Software
Print cartridges
Printer peripheral hardware
Duration of Limited
Warranty
90 Days
90 Days
1 Year
A. Extent of Limited Warranty
1. Hewlett-Packard (HP) warrants to the end-user
customer that HP products will be free from
defects in materials and workmanship, for a
specified time after the date of purchase by the
customer. The duration of this limited warranty
is stated above. Certain additional conditions
and limitations of HP’s warranty are stated in
the user’s guide. Those conditions and
limitations include:
a. For software products, the warranty applies
only to the media upon which the product is
recorded; and
b. HP does not warrant the operation of any
product to be uninterrupted or error free.
2. HP’s limited warranty covers only those defects
which arise as a result of normal use of the
product, and do not apply to any:
a. Improper or inadequate maintenance;
b. Software or interfacing not supplied by HP;
c. Unauthorized modification or misuse;
d. Operation outside the product’s
environmental specifications, including duty
cycle abuse or use of a mechanical switchbox
without a designated surge protector;
e. Use of non-supported printing media or
memory boards; or
f. Improper site preparation or maintenance.
3. For HP printer products, the use of a non-HP
print cartridge or a refilled print cartridge does
not affect either the warranty to the customer or
any HP support contract with the customer;
print cartridge includes both toner cartridges
and ink cartridges. However, if printer failure or
damage is attributable to the use of a non-HP or
refilled print cartridge, HP will charge its
standard time and materials charges to service
the printer for the particular failure or damage.
4. If any software media product or print cartridge
product proves defective during the applicable
warranty period, and if the product is covered by
HP’s warranty, the customer shall return the
product for replacement.
5. If HP receives, during the applicable warranty
period, notice of a defect in a hardware product
which is covered by HP’s warranty, HP shall
either repair or replace the product, at its option.
Any replacement product may be either new or
like-new, provided that it has functionality at
least equal to that of the product being replaced.
6. If HP is unable to repair or replace, as applicable,
a defective product which is covered by HP’s
warranty, HP shall, within a reasonable time
after being notified of the defect, refund the
purchase price for the product, provided the
customer returns the product.
4-8 Appendices
7. Standard warranty services for your HP printer
are available from HP. However, there may be
local variations in the level of warranty service.
Contact your local HP sales and service office to
check for the applicable local warranty in your
country.
8. This Limited Warranty Statement gives the
customer specific legal rights. The customer
may also have other rights which vary from state
to state in the United States, from province to
province in Canada, and from country to country
elsewhere in the world.
B. Limitations of Warranty
1. NEITHER HP NOR ANY OF ITS THIRD PARTY
SUPPLIERS MAKES ANY OTHER WARRANTY
OF ANY KIND, WHETHER EXPRESS OR
IMPLIED, WITH RESPECT TO HP PRODUCTS.
HP AND ITS THIRD PARTY SUPPLIERS
SPECIFICALLY DISCLAIM THE IMPLIED
WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND
FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
2. To the extent that this Limited Warranty
Statement is inconsistent with the law of the
locality where the customer uses the HP
product, this Limited Warranty Statement shall
be deemed modified to be consistent with such
local law. Under such local law, certain
limitations of this Limited Warranty Statement
may not apply to the customer. For example,
some states in the United States, as well as some
governments outside the United States
(including provinces in Canada), may:
a. Preclude the disclaimers and limitations in
this Warranty Statement from limiting the
statutory rights of a consumer (e.g. Australia
and the United Kingdom);
b. Otherwise restrict the ability of a
manufacturer to make such disclaimers or
impose such limitations; or
c. Grant the customer additional warranty
rights, specify the duration of implied
warranties which the manufacturer cannot
disclaim, or not allow limitations on how long
an implied warranty lasts.
3. To the extent allowed by local law, the remedies
provided in this Warranty Statement are the
customer’s sole and exclusive remedies.
C. Limitations of Liability
1. EXCEPT FOR THE OBLIGATIONS
SPECIFICALLY SET FORTH IN THIS
WARRANTY STATEMENT, IN NO EVENT
SHALL HP BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT,
INDIRECT, SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, OR
CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, WHETHER
BASED ON CONTRACT, TORT, OR ANY
OTHER LEGAL THEORY AND WHETHER
ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH
DAMAGES.
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Manual Part No. C2670-90001
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