HP | 140 | User's Manual | HP 140 User's Manual

hp photosmart
140 series
basics guide
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Microsoft and Windows are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation.
CompactFlash, CF, and the CF logo are trademarks of the CompactFlash Association (CFA).
Sony Memory Stick and Sony Memory Stick Duo are trademarks or registered trademarks of Sony Corporation.
MultiMediaCard is a trademark of Infineon Technologies AG of Germany, and is licensed to the MMCA (MultiMediaCard
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Mac, the Mac logo, and Macintosh are registered trademarks of Apple Computer, Inc.
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Other brands and their products are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective holders.
The embedded software in your printer is based in part on the work of the Independent JPEG Group.
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Regulatory Model Identification Number
For regulatory identification purposes, your product is assigned a Regulatory Model Number. The Regulatory Model Number
for your product is SDGOA-0314. This regulatory number should not be confused with the marketing name (hp photosmart
140 series printer) or product number (Q3025A).
safety statements
Always follow basic safety precautions when using this product to reduce risk of injury from fire or electric shock.
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Warning! To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose this product to rain or any type of moisture.
Warning! Potential shock hazard.
Read and understand all instructions in the HP Photosmart Setup Guide.
Use only a grounded electrical outlet when connecting the unit to a power source. If you do not know whether the outlet
is grounded, check with a qualified electrician.
Observe all warnings and instructions marked on the product.
Unplug this product from wall outlets before cleaning.
Do not install or use this product near water or when you are wet.
Install the product securely on a stable surface.
Install the product in a protected location where no one can step on or trip over the power cord, and where the power
cord will not be damaged.
If the product does not operate normally, see the troubleshooting information in the HP Photosmart Printer Help.
No operator serviceable parts inside. Refer servicing to qualified service personnel.
Use in a well-ventilated area.
contents
basics guide
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get started . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
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print from a memory card. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
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print from an hp direct-printing digital camera . . . . . . . . 35
welcome . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
documentation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
quick start . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
printer parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
front of the printer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
back of the printer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
indicator lights . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
memory card slots . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
control panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
LCD screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
printer menu. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
printer settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
change the print quality . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
change the borderless printing option . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
change the LCD screen language and country/region. . . . . 11
Exif Print . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
paper information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
load the paper. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
print cartridge information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
install or replace the print cartridge . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
remove the print cartridge . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
supported memory cards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
insert a memory card . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
remove a memory card . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
decide which photos to print. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
print a photo index. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
select photos to print . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
select a single photo. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
select multiple photos . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
select a continuous range of photos . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
select all photos . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
select new photos. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
clear photos . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
print photos . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
print unmarked digital photos . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
print camera-selected photos . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
connect your hp direct-printing digital camera to the printer . . . 35
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maintain and transport your printer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
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troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
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specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51
clean and maintain your printer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
clean the printer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
clean the print cartridge . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
print a test page . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
calibrate the print cartridge. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
store your printer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
store the printer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
store the print cartridge . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
maintain the quality of your photo paper. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
store the photo paper . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
handle photo paper . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
transport your printer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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hardware problems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
printing problems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
error messages. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
recommended paper . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51
printer specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52
index. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55
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hp photosmart 140 series
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welcome
Thank you for purchasing an HP Photosmart 140 Series printer! With your new,
compact photo printer, you can print beautiful photos quickly and easily without
having to use a computer.
For information about:
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Printing photos stored on your digital camera’s memory card, see print
from a memory card on page 17.
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Printing camera-selected photos stored on your digital camera’s memory
card, see print camera-selected photos on page 32.
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Printing camera-selected photos by connecting your HP direct-printing
digital camera to your printer, see print from an hp direct-printing digital
camera on page 35.
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Printing borderless photos or photos with white borders, see change the
borderless printing option on page 10.
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Saving photos to your computer, see the HP Photosmart Printer Help. For
information about viewing the printer help, see view the hp photosmart
printer help on page 2.
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documentation
Your new printer comes with the following documentation to help you get started
and get the most out of your printer:
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Setup Guide—The HP Photosmart Setup Guide contains quick and easy
instructions to help you set up your printer and print your first photo.
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Basics Guide—The HP Photosmart 140 Series Basics Guide is the booklet
you are reading. This booklet helps you get acquainted with your new
printer. It describes how to use your printer without a computer and
contains hardware troubleshooting information.
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Setup & Support Reference Guide—The HP Photosmart Setup & Support
Reference Guide explains how to install and set up the software that comes
with your printer. It contains software troubleshooting information,
describes how to get support from www.hp.com/support, and explains
how to contact HP Support.
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HP Photosmart Printer Help—The HP Photosmart Printer Help contains
comprehensive information about your printer’s features, describes how to
use the printer with a computer, and contains advanced troubleshooting
information.
After you have installed the HP Photosmart printer software on your
computer, you can view and print the HP Photosmart Printer Help.
view the hp photosmart printer help
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Windows® PC: From the Start menu, select Programs or All Programs;
Hewlett-Packard; Photosmart 140, 240, 7200, 7600, 7700, 7900
Series; HP Photo & Imaging Director. From the HP Photo & Imaging
Director, click Help.
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Macintosh®: Insert the HP Photosmart CD. In the User Docs folder,
select your language, then double-click the photosmart 140.html file.
print the hp photosmart printer help
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Windows PC: Click Print in the top navigation bar of the HP Photosmart
Printer Help window.
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Macintosh: Click in the frame you want to print. From the File menu,
select Print, or click Print in the top navigation bar of the browser.
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quick start
Printing photos is as easy as 1-2-3! Here’s how you do it.
Caution! You can permanently damage your equipment if you do not
correctly install the print cartridge and insert the memory card. For detailed
instructions, see install or replace the print cartridge on page 14 and insert
a memory card on page 18.
step 1: set up your printer
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Install the print cartridge.
a. Unpack the print cartridge and remove the
tape. Do not touch the copper contacts or ink
nozzles.
b. Open the print cartridge door to the right of
the paper tray.
c. Insert the print cartridge so the copper
contacts face in, and snap the cartridge into
place.
You can permanently damage your printer if you
do not correctly install the print cartridge. For
complete directions, see install or replace the
print cartridge on page 14.
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Load photo paper.
a. Open the paper tray door and push it down
as far as it will go.
b. Load several index cards under the output
guide. (If you have already printed a photo
index and are ready to print photos, load
several sheets of photo paper, glossy side up.
Load tabbed paper with the tab feeding into
the printer first.)
c. Adjust the paper width guide to fit.
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step 2: print a photo index
SmartMedia™/
CompactFlash™
xD-Picture Card™
Caution! Inserting the memory card incorrectly
or forcing the memory card into the printer too
far may damage the memory card and the printer.
For more information, see insert a memory card
on page 18.
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Insert a memory card that has photos on it.
a. Find the appropriate slot for your memory
card.
MultiMediaCard™/
Secure Digital
b. Insert the card with the copper contacts down
or the pinholes facing in and with any arrows
on the top side of the card.
Sony® Memory Sticks
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Print index?
OK or Cancel.
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c. Gently push the memory card into the printer
until it stops. The memory card may not insert
all the way into the printer.
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Press the OK button to print a photo index. Each
thumbnail has an index number on it.
OK button
CANCEL button
See print a photo index on page 22.
step 3: print a photo
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Press the SELECT PHOTOS
button until you see
the index number of the photo you want to print.
Select:#_
For more information about the many ways you
can select photos, see select photos to print on
page 24.
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Press the OK button to select the photo.
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Press the PRINT button to print the photo.
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PRINT button
Index number of
selected photo
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OK
button
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SELECT PHOTOS
button
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printer parts
front of the printer
Control panel
For more information, see
control panel on page 7
Paper tray door
Open this door to load
paper or insert a memory
card
Print cartridge door
Open this door to change
the print cartridge
Memory card slots
For more information, see
memory card slots on
page 7
Output guide
Load paper underneath
the output guide (printed
output will rest on top of
this guide)
Paper width guide
Adjust this guide to fit close
to the edge of the paper in
the paper tray
Paper tray
Load paper in this tray for
printing
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back of the printer
Rear paper slot
During printing, the printer
pushes the paper partially
through this slot and then
pulls it back through to the
front of the printer
USB port
Use this port to connect
the printer to your
computer or to an HP
direct-printing digital
camera
Power cord connection
Use this port to connect the
power cord included with
the printer
Note: Place the printer on a flat, stable
surface with the back of the printer at least
10 inches (250 mm) away from any
obstruction to allow space for the paper to
move during printing. Make sure the power
cord and USB cable do not block the rear
paper path.
indicator lights
On/Attention light
On (Green)
The power is on
Off
The printer is in power
save mode
Blinking (Green)
The printer is busy
Blinking (Red)
The printer requires
attention
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Memory card light
On
The memory card is
inserted correctly
Off
No memory card is
inserted
Blinking
Information is being
transmitted between the
memory card and the
printer or computer
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memory card slots
CompactFlash memory card slot
You can insert a CompactFlash
memory card into this slot
SmartMedia/xD-Picture Card memory card slot
You can insert a SmartMedia memory card into the
upper portion of this slot or an xD-Picture Card
memory card into the lower-right portion of this slot
MultiMediaCard/Secure Digital memory card slot
You can insert a MultiMediaCard or Secure Digital
memory card into this slot
Sony Memory Sticks memory card slot
You can insert a supported Sony
Memory Stick memory card into this slot
Note: For information about how to insert a memory card into your printer,
see insert a memory card on page 18.
control panel
ON
Press this button to turn
on the printer or put it
into power save mode
LCD screen
Use this screen to determine
the status of your printer and
the current print settings
CANCEL
Press this button to
clear photos, to exit a
menu, or to stop an
action you have
requested
SAVE
Press this button to
save photos from a
memory card to your
computer
LAYOUT
Press this button to
select the number of
photos to print per
page
PRINT
Press this button to
print selected photos
from a memory card
SELECT PHOTOS
Use the arrows to scroll
through the photos on a
memory card and through
the menu options
OK
Press this button to select the
current photo, to answer
questions on the LCD screen,
or to select menu options
COPIES
Press this button to
select the number of
copies you want to
print
Note: The SAVE button works only when your printer is connected to a
computer. For more information, see the HP Photosmart Printer Help. For
information about viewing the printer help, see view the hp photosmart
printer help on page 2.
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LCD screen
Photo Layout icon
Shows the photo
layout that will print:
• index (numbered
thumbnail views)
• 1, 2, or 4 photos
per page
Paper Count icon
Shows the number of sheets of paper needed to
print the selected photos; a plus sign (+) below
the Paper Count icon means that you need more
than six sheets
Text Message
Shows text messages:
• For the printer menu
• To guide you through the
printing process
• To provide status
information about the
printer
Selected Photos
Shows the index
numbers of the photos
or range of photos that
will print
Copies
Shows the number
of times the selected
photos will print
photo layout icon
Press the LAYOUT + or – button to scroll through the photo layouts. The Photo
Layout icon on the printer’s LCD screen shows the current layout. When you select
a photo, the position where that photo will print on the page changes to black
in the Photo Layout icon.
If the Photo Layout icon The printer prints…
looks like this…
One photo per page
Two photos per page; may change the orientation of
the photo
Four photos per page; may change the orientation of
the photos
A photo index with 28 numbered thumbnails per
page, until it has printed all the photos on the
memory card (up to 2000)
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printer menu
You can view the printer menu on the printer’s LCD screen when no memory card
is inserted and the printer is turned on. Use the printer menu to:
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Clean the print cartridge
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Print a test page
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Calibrate the print cartridge
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Change the print quality
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Change the borderless printing option
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Change the language used on the printer’s LCD screen
To navigate the printer menu:
1
Make sure there are no memory cards in any of the printer’s memory card
slots. For more information, see remove a memory card on page 22.
2
Press the SELECT PHOTOS
or
on the printer’s LCD screen.
button to scroll through the menu options
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Press the OK button to select a displayed menu option
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Press the CANCEL button to exit a menu
Note: For detailed instructions on how to clean the print cartridge, print a
test page, and calibrate the print cartridge, see maintain and transport your
printer on page 37. For detailed instructions on how to change the print
quality, change the borderless printing option, or change the language
used on the printer’s LCD screen, see printer settings.
printer settings
You can change the print quality, change the borderless printing option, and
change the language used on the printer’s LCD screen using the printer’s control
panel to access the printer menu.
change the print quality
Your printer has two print quality settings—best and normal. Best quality is the
default setting and produces the highest quality prints. Normal quality conserves
ink and prints faster.
Note: If you select normal quality, it will be used only once, the next time
you print. After printing, the setting will revert to best quality.
To change the print quality:
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Make sure there are no memory cards in any of the memory card slots. For
more information, see remove a memory card on page 22.
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Press the SELECT PHOTOS
button to scroll through the printer menu
options until the message CHANGE THE PRINT QUALITY? appears on the
printer’s LCD screen. Press the OK button.
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The message BEST appears on the printer’s LCD screen.
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Select from the following:
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To print the highest quality photos, press the OK button.
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To print normal quality photos, press the SELECT PHOTOS
button.
When the message NORMAL appears on the printer’s LCD screen, press
the OK button. The message NORMAL QUALITY NEXT PRINT ONLY appears
briefly on the printer’s LCD screen to remind you that the normal quality
setting will be used only once.
change the borderless printing option
Your printer can print photos with or without white borders. Borderless printing
is the default setting: photos print all the way to the edges of the paper on three
sides, and the fourth side prints with a 0.5 inch (1.25 cm) white border that you
can trim off. For truly borderless photos, use photo paper with a 0.5 inch
(1.25 cm) tear-off tab, such as HP premium plus photo paper.
Note: HP does not recommend printing borderless photos on plain paper.
For more information about recommended paper types, see recommended
paper on page 51.
Note: If you set the printer to add white borders to your photos, the setting
will be used only once, the next time you print. After printing, the setting will
revert to borderless.
To change the borderless printing option:
1
Make sure there are no memory cards in any of the printer’s memory card
slots. For more information, see remove a memory card on page 22.
2
Press the SELECT PHOTOS
button to scroll through the printer menu
options until the message BORDERLESS PRINTING? appears on the printer’s
LCD screen. Press the OK button.
The message ON appears on the printer’s LCD screen.
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Select from the following:
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To print borderless photos, press the OK button.
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To add white borders to your photos, press the SELECT PHOTOS
button. When the message OFF appears on the printer’s LCD screen,
press the OK button. The message BORDERS NEXT PRINT ONLY appears
briefly on the printer’s LCD screen to remind you that the bordered
setting will be used only once.
Note: HP does not recommend printing borderless photos on plain paper.
For more information about recommended paper types, see recommended
paper on page 51.
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change the LCD screen language and country/region
If you purchased your printer in a country other than the U.S. or Canada, you
are asked to set the language and country/region for the printer’s LCD screen
the first time you turn on the printer. You can use the printer’s control panel to
change the printer’s language and country/region settings at any time.
To change the LCD screen language and country/region:
1
Make sure there are no memory cards in any of the printer’s memory card
slots. For more information, see remove a memory card on page 22.
2
Press the SELECT PHOTOS
button to scroll through the printer menu
options until the message SELECT LANGUAGE? appears on the printer’s LCD
screen. Press the OK button.
3
The first language choice appears on the printer’s LCD screen. To select this
language, press the OK button. To see more languages, press the SELECT
PHOTOS
button. When you see your desired language, press the OK
button to select it.
4
A message appears on the printer’s LCD screen asking you to confirm your
language choice. Press the OK button to confirm your choice.
A message appears briefly on the printer’s LCD screen telling you which
language you selected.
5
When the message SELECT COUNTRY/REGION? appears on the printer’s LCD
screen, press the OK button.
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The first country/region choice appears on the printer’s LCD screen. To
select this country/region, press the OK button. To see more choices, press
the SELECT PHOTOS
button. When you see your desired country/region,
press the OK button to select it.
A message appears briefly on the printer’s LCD screen telling you which
country/region you selected.
Note: You can press the CANCEL button at any time to cancel and exit the
menu.
Exif Print
Your printer supports Exif Print (Exchangeable Image File Format 2.2), an
international open standard that simplifies digital imaging and enhances printed
photos. When you take a photo with a digital camera that supports Exif Print,
information such as exposure time, flash setting, and color saturation is added
to the image file. If your printer finds Exif Print information in an image file on a
memory card, it uses the information to automatically adjust and enhance the
printed photo. You don’t need to do anything to get the highest quality photos
possible!
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paper information
You can print photos on photo paper, plain paper, or index cards. Your printer
supports the following paper types and sizes:
Type
Size
Purpose
Photo paper
4 x 6 inches (10 x 15 cm)
Printing photos
Photo paper with tab
4 x 6 inches with 0.5 inch tab
(10 x 15 cm with 1.25 cm tab)
Printing borderless photos
Index cards
4 x 6 inches (10 x 15 cm)
Printing drafts, calibration
pages, and test pages
Hagaki cards
3.94 x 5.83 inches (100 x 148 mm)
Printing photos
A6 cards
4.13 x 5.85 inches (105 x 148.5 mm) Printing photos
L-size cards
3.5 x 5 inches (90 x 127 mm)
Printing photos
L-size cards with tab
3.5 x 5 inches with 0.5 inch tab
(90 x 127 mm with 12.5 mm tab)
Printing borderless photos
To get the best performance from your printer, use genuine HP photo paper. For
more information, see recommended paper on page 51.
Note: If you are printing from the computer and using HP photo paper,
select the paper type when you set the print settings. For more information,
see the HP Photosmart Printer Help. For information about viewing the
Printer Help, see view the hp photosmart printer help on page 2.
load the paper
During printing, the printer pushes the paper partially through the rear paper slot
on the back of the printer and then pulls it back through to the front of the printer.
Make sure the back of the printer is at least 10 inches (250 mm) away from any
obstruction and that the power cord and USB cable do not block the rear paper
path.
To load the paper:
1
Open the paper tray door and push it down as far as it will go.
2
Place a stack of paper on the paper tray and slide it underneath the output
guide.
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The printer prints on the side of the paper that is facing up. If you are
using photo paper, load the paper with the glossy side up. If you are
using tabbed paper, load the paper into the paper tray so the tab
feeds into the printer first.
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Load 10 to 20 sheets of paper.
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Use one type and size of paper at a time. Do not mix paper types or
sizes in the paper tray.
Note: For information about storing and handling photo paper, see
maintain the quality of your photo paper on page 41.
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Move the paper width guide on the paper tray to fit close to the left edge
of the paper without bending the paper. This helps the paper feed straight
into the printer.
Output guide
Paper width guide
Tip: With paper other than HP premium plus photo paper, you may
experience paper feeding or ejecting problems. Try loading fewer sheets of
paper at a time and make sure the edges of the paper stack are lined up.
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print cartridge information
Your HP Photosmart 140 Series printer can print color and black and white
photos. HP provides two types of print cartridges so you can choose the best print
cartridge for your project. For the highest quality photos, follow these guidelines:
To print…
Use…
Color photos
HP #57 (C6657A) tri-color print cartridge
Black and white photos HP #59 (C9359A) photo gray print cartridge
(available Fall 2003)
Caution! Please check that you are using the correct print cartridge. Also,
please note that HP does not recommend modifying or refilling HP print
cartridges. Damage that results from modifying or refilling HP print
cartridges is not covered by HP’s warranty.
install or replace the print cartridge
To get the best performance from your printer, use only genuine HP factory-filled
print cartridges.
Note: When you install a new print cartridge, the printer calibrates the print
cartridge and prints a calibration page.
To install or replace the print cartridge:
1
If the printer is off, press the ON button on the printer’s control panel to turn
on the printer.
2
Load an index card in the paper tray so the printer can print a calibration
page after you install the print cartridge. For information about loading
index cards, see load the paper on page 12.
3
Take the new print cartridge out of its package and pull the pink tab to
remove the clear plastic tape. Be sure to install the print cartridge
immediately after removing the tape; ink nozzles exposed longer than one
minute may dry out and cause printing problems later. Once the tape is
removed, do not attempt to replace it.
Caution! Do not touch the ink nozzles or the copper contacts on the print
cartridge. Touching these parts may cause the print cartridge to fail.
Copper contacts
Ink nozzles
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4
Open the print cartridge door. The red On/Attention light flashes when the
print cartridge door is open.
Note: For instructions on removing a previously installed print cartridge, see
remove the print cartridge on page 16.
5
Place the print cartridge in the print cartridge cradle with the copper
contacts facing toward the inside of the printer and the ink nozzles facing
down.
Copper contacts
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Push the print cartridge into the print cartridge cradle until you feel it snap
into place.
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Close the print cartridge door.
After you install a new print cartridge, the message LOAD PLAIN PAPER THEN
PRESS OK appears on the printer’s LCD screen. When you press the OK
button, the printer automatically calibrates the new print cartridge and
prints a calibration page to confirm that the print cartridge is correctly
installed and functioning properly. For more information, see calibrate the
print cartridge on page 39.
remove the print cartridge
To remove the print cartridge:
1
Open the print cartridge door.
2
Push down and pull outward on the top of the print cartridge to unsnap it
from the print cartridge cradle.
3
Remove the print cartridge from the printer.
If there is ink in the print cartridge, place the cartridge in a print cartridge
protector for storage. If the print cartridge is empty, discard or recycle the
print cartridge. For information about recycling print cartridges, go to
www.hp.com/recycle.
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It’s easy to print high-quality photos for yourself, family, and friends. If your
digital camera uses a memory card to store photos, you can insert the memory
card into the printer to print your photos. Messages on the printer’s LCD screen
guide you through the process—you don’t have to turn on your computer or even
have your printer connected to a computer!
Note: You can also print photos using your computer. For more information,
see the HP Photosmart Printer Help. For information about viewing the
printer help, see view the hp photosmart printer help on page 2.
supported memory cards
Your HP Photosmart printer can read the following memory cards:
•
CompactFlash Association (CFA) Certified Type I and II
•
MultiMediaCard
•
Secure Digital
•
SmartMedia
•
Sony Memory Sticks
•
xD-Picture Card
These cards are manufactured by several vendors and are available in a variety
of storage capacities. You can purchase memory cards where you purchased
your digital camera or at most computer supply stores.
Caution! Using any other type of memory card may damage the memory
card and the printer.
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The following illustration shows the top sides of the supported memory cards. This
is the side that should face up when you insert the memory card into the printer.
SmartMedia
CompactFlash
Type I and II
Sony Memory Sticks
Secure Digital
MultiMediaCard
xD-Picture Card
supported file formats
You can print JPEG and uncompressed TIFF files directly from the memory card.
If your digital camera supports other file types, such as FlashPix and RAW, save
the photos to your computer and print them using a software application. For
more information, see the HP Photosmart Printer Help. For information about
viewing the printer help, see view the hp photosmart printer help on page 2.
insert a memory card
After you have taken pictures with your digital camera, remove the memory card
from the camera and insert it into your printer. When the memory card is inserted
correctly, the memory card light blinks and then remains solid.
Caution! Do not pull out the memory card while the memory card light is
blinking. Removing a memory card while it is being accessed may damage
the printer or the memory card, or corrupt the information on the memory
card. For more information, see remove a memory card on page 22.
CompactFlash
memory card slot
SmartMedia/xD-Picture
Card memory card slot
MultiMediaCard/
Secure Digital
memory card slot
Sony Memory Stick
memory card slot
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To insert a memory card:
1
Remove any memory cards that are already inserted into any of the
memory card slots.
Caution! Do not pull out a memory card while the memory card light is
blinking. For more information, see remove a memory card on page 22.
2
Hold the memory card so the correct side faces up. To determine the
correct orientation for your memory card, see the table after these steps.
If you are using a Sony Memory Stick Duo™ memory card, attach the
adapter that came with the memory card before you insert it into the
printer’s memory card slot.
3
Insert the memory card into the appropriate memory card slot. The end
with the metal contacts or pinholes must go into the printer first.
Caution! The memory card may not insert all the way into the printer.
Inserting the memory card any other way or forcing the memory card into
the printer too far may damage the memory card or the printer.
4
Gently push the memory card into the printer until it stops. The message
READING CARD appears on the printer’s LCD screen.
Note: If you insert a SmartMedia memory card upside down, the red On/
Attention light blinks, and the messages CARD INSERTED INCORRECTLY and
GOLD LABEL SHOULD FACE DOWN flash alternately on the printer’s LCD screen.
Remove the memory card and reinsert it properly.
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Memory card
Memory card slot How to hold and insert the memory card
CompactFlash
Type I or II
Top-left slot
• Front label faces up, and if the label has an arrow,
the arrow points toward the printer
• Pinholes insert into the printer first
MultiMediaCard
Bottom-left slot
• Label faces up, angled corner is on the right, and
arrow points toward the printer
• Metal contacts face down
Secure Digital
Bottom-left slot
• Label faces up, and angled corner is on the right
• Metal contacts face down
SmartMedia
Upper portion of
the top-right
double slot
• Angled corner is on the left, and if the label has an
arrow, the arrow points toward the printer
• Label and metal contacts face down
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Memory card
Memory card slot How to hold and insert the memory card
Sony Memory
Sticks
Bottom-right slot
xD-Picture Card
Lower-right portion • Label faces up, and arrow points toward the printer
• Metal contacts face down
of the top-right
double slot
• Angled corner is on the left, and arrow points
toward the printer
• Metal contacts face down
Note: If you used your digital camera to select photos on the memory card
for printing, a message appears on the printer’s LCD screen asking if you
want to print the camera-selected photos. For more information, see print
camera-selected photos on page 32.
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remove a memory card
Once the memory card light stops blinking, gently pull the memory card to
remove it from the printer’s memory card slot.
Caution! Do not pull out the memory card while the memory card light is
blinking. A blinking light means that the printer is accessing the memory
card. Wait until the memory card light remains solid. Removing a memory
card while it is being accessed may damage the printer and the memory
card or corrupt the information on the memory card.
decide which photos to print
To print photos from your memory card, you must know their index numbers. Print
a photo index to see the photos on your memory card along with their index
numbers.
Note: You can print the first 2000 photos on an inserted memory card using
the printer’s control panel. If your memory card contains more than 2000
photos, save the photos to your computer and access them from there. For
more information, see the HP Photosmart Printer Help. For information about
viewing the printer help, see view the hp photosmart printer help on
page 2.
print a photo index
A photo index shows thumbnail views and index numbers for all the photos
stored on the memory card, up to 2000 photos. The photos appear in the order
in which they are stored on the memory card. A photo index will print up to 28
photos per page.
Note: Depending on the number of photos stored on the memory card, a
photo index could be several pages long.
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The thumbnail views on a photo index print at low resolution in order to print
quickly, so they do not represent the final print quality of the photos.
Index numbers appear in the corner of each thumbnail view. Use the index
numbers to identify which photos you want to print. If you use your digital camera
or computer to add or delete photos from the memory card, reprint a photo index
to see the new index numbers.
Note: The index number on the index may be different from the index
number associated with the photo in your digital camera.
To print a photo index:
1
Insert a memory card into the printer’s memory card slot. For more
information, see insert a memory card on page 18.
The message PRINT INDEX? OK OR CANCEL. appears on the printer’s LCD
screen, and the number of photos found on the memory card is displayed
as a range (for example, 1–25).
Note: If you used your digital camera to select photos on the memory card,
PRINT CAMERA SELECTED PHOTOS? is the first message to appear on the
printer’s LCD screen. Press the OK or PRINT button to print all cameraselected photos, or press the CANCEL button to ignore the selections and
continue. For more information, see print camera-selected photos on
page 32.
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Load paper in the paper tray. To conserve photo paper, use plain paper or
index cards. For more information, see load the paper on page 12.
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Press the OK or PRINT button to print a photo index showing all the photos
stored on the memory card, up to 2000 photos. A message appears on
the printer’s LCD screen indicating the number of photo index pages that
will print.
Press the CANCEL button to continue without printing a photo index.
If you press the CANCEL button and then decide you want to print a photo index,
follow these steps:
1
Press the LAYOUT – button until the message LAYOUT:INDEX PAGE appears
on the printer’s LCD screen. Press the OK button.
2
Press the SELECT PHOTOS
button until the message SELECT:ALL appears
on the printer’s LCD screen. Press the OK button.
Note: If you select a single photo or range of photos, the SELECT:ALL option
will no longer appear. If you have already selected photos, you must print
or clear them before you can use SELECT:ALL. For information about printing
the selected photos, see print photos on page 31. For information about
clearing the selected photos, see clear photos on page 30.
3
Press the PRINT button to print a photo index of all the photos stored on the
memory card, up to 2000 photos.
select photos to print
Once you have decided which photos on the memory card you want to print by
printing and viewing a photo index, you can use the printer’s control panel to
select those photos. For information about printing a photo index, see print a
photo index on page 22.
select a single photo
1
Insert a memory card into the printer’s memory card slot. For more
information, see insert a memory card on page 18.
The message PRINT INDEX? OK OR CANCEL. appears on the printer’s LCD
screen.
2
If you already printed a photo index, press the CANCEL button. To print a
photo index, load paper in the paper tray and press the OK or PRINT
button. For more information, see print a photo index on page 22.
3
When the message SELECT:# appears on the printer’s LCD screen, press the
SELECT PHOTOS
or
button until the index number of the photo you
want to select is displayed. (Refer to the index to determine the index
number of the photo.)
Tip: To scroll quickly through the index numbers, press and hold the SELECT
or
button.
PHOTOS
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Press the OK button to select the photo.
The index number of the selected photo appears in the Selected Photos
section at the bottom of the printer’s LCD screen.
select multiple photos
1
Insert a memory card into the printer’s memory card slot. For more
information, see insert a memory card on page 18.
The message PRINT INDEX? OK OR CANCEL. appears on the printer’s LCD
screen.
2
If you already printed a photo index, press the CANCEL button. To print a
photo index, load paper in the paper tray and press the OK or PRINT
button. For more information, see print a photo index on page 22.
3
When the message SELECT:# appears on the printer’s LCD screen, press the
or
button until the index number of a photo you
SELECT PHOTOS
want to select is displayed. (Refer to the index to determine the index
numbers of the photos.)
Tip: To scroll quickly through the index numbers, press and hold the SELECT
or
button.
PHOTOS
4
Press the OK button to select the photo.
The index number of the selected photo appears in the Selected Photos
section at the bottom of the printer’s LCD screen.
5
Press the SELECT PHOTOS
or
button until the index number of the next
photo you want to select appears in the Text Message section at the top of
the printer’s LCD screen. Press the OK button to select the photo.
The index number of the selected photo appears at the end of the list of
index numbers in the Selected Photos section at the bottom of the printer’s
LCD screen.
6
To select additional photos, repeat Step 5.
Note: The Selected Photos section of the printer’s LCD screen can only
display two rows of index numbers at a time. If you select more index
numbers than will fit on the printer’s LCD screen, the numbers at the
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beginning of the list move off the LCD screen. To indicate that there are
additional index numbers that are currently hidden from view, two hyphens
appear at the beginning of the list.
select a continuous range of photos
There are two ways to select a continuous range of photos, depending on
whether any other photos are currently selected.
To select a range of photos when no photos have been selected:
1
Insert a memory card into the printer’s memory card slot. For more
information, see insert a memory card on page 18.
The message PRINT INDEX? OK OR CANCEL. appears on the printer’s LCD
screen.
2
If you already printed a photo index, press the CANCEL button. To print a
photo index, load paper in the paper tray and press the OK or PRINT
button. For more information, see print a photo index on page 22.
3
When the message SELECT:# appears on the printer’s LCD screen, press the
button until SELECT:RANGE appears on the printer’s LCD
SELECT PHOTOS
screen. Press the OK button.
The message SELECT:#__ FIRST IN RANGE appears on the printer’s LCD
screen.
4
Press the SELECT PHOTOS
or
button until the index number of the first
photo in the range appears on the printer’s LCD screen. Press the OK
button.
The message SELECT:#__ LAST IN RANGE appears on the printer’s LCD
screen.
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Press the SELECT PHOTOS
or
button until the index number of the last
photo in the range appears on the printer’s LCD screen. Press the OK
button.
The selected range of photos appears in the Selected Photos section at the
bottom of the printer’s LCD screen. The message SELECT:#__ appears in the
Text Message section at the top of the printer’s LCD screen.
6
If you like, you can select additional photos or ranges of photos for
printing.
Note: Once you select a single photo or range of photos, the SELECT:RANGE
option will no longer appear.
To select a range of photos if one or more photos have already been selected:
1
Press the SELECT PHOTOS
or
button until the index number of the first
photo in the range appears in the Text Message section at the top of the
printer’s LCD screen. For example, if you want photo number 12 to be the
first in the range, scroll through the index numbers until the message
SELECT:#12 is displayed.
2
Press and hold the OK button for two seconds.
The selected index number appears in the Selected Photos section at the
bottom of the printer’s LCD screen with a hyphen after it.
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Press the SELECT PHOTOS
button until the index number of the last photo
in the range appears in the Text Message section at the top of the printer’s
LCD screen. For example, if you want photo number 16 to be the last in the
range, scroll through the index numbers until the message SELECT:#16
appears on the printer’s LCD screen.
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Press the OK button.
The selected range of photos appears in the Selected Photos section of the
printer’s LCD screen. For example, the range 12–16 appears on the LCD
screen following the index numbers of the photos that were previously
selected.
If you print multiple copies of a range, they print as sets: 1-2-3, 1-2-3.
To clear a range setting:
`
Press the CANCEL button until the range hyphen is deleted.
select all photos
1
Insert a memory card into the printer’s memory card slot. For more
information, see insert a memory card on page 18.
The message PRINT INDEX? OK OR CANCEL. appears on the printer’s LCD
screen.
2
If you already printed a photo index, press the CANCEL button. To print a
photo index, load paper in the paper tray and press the OK or PRINT
button. For more information, see print a photo index on page 22.
3
When the message SELECT:# appears on the printer’s LCD screen, press the
button until SELECT:ALL appears on the printer’s LCD
SELECT PHOTOS
screen. Press the OK button.
The index numbers of all photos found on the memory card appear as a
range in the Selected Photos section at the bottom of the printer’s LCD
screen.
Once you select a single photo or range of photos, the SELECT:ALL option
will no longer appear. If you have already selected photos, you must print
or clear them before you can use SELECT:ALL to select all photos on the
memory card. For information about printing the selected photos, see print
photos on page 31. For information about clearing the selected photos,
see clear photos on page 30.
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select new photos
You can select all the “new” photos on your memory card. “New” photos are
photos that haven’t previously been printed from the printer’s control panel.
Each time you insert a memory card into the printer’s memory card slot and print
photos using the printer’s control panel, the printer tags the photos so that the
next time you insert the same memory card, the printer will “remember” that the
photos have already been printed. If you take new photos and store them on that
same memory card, when you insert the memory card into the printer’s memory
card slot you will have the option to select the new photos you have taken since
you last inserted the memory card.
Note: If you print or modify your photos using a computer, the tags placed
by the printer might be removed, causing previously printed photos to be
selected as new photos.
To select new photos:
1
Insert a memory card into the printer’s memory card slot. For more
information, see insert a memory card on page 18.
The message PRINT INDEX? OK OR CANCEL. appears on the printer’s LCD
screen.
2
If you already printed a photo index, press the CANCEL button. To print a
photo index, load paper in the paper tray and press the OK or PRINT
button. For more information, see print a photo index on page 22.
3
When the message SELECT:# appears on the printer’s LCD screen, press the
SELECT PHOTOS
button until SELECT:NEW appears on the printer’s LCD
screen. Press the OK button.
The index numbers of all new photos found on the memory card appear in
the Selected Photos section at the bottom of the printer’s LCD screen.
Note: Once you select a single photo or range of photos, the SELECT:NEW
option will no longer appear. If you have already selected photos, you must
print or clear them before you can use SELECT:NEW to select the new photos
on the memory card. For information about printing the selected photos, see
print photos on page 31. For information about clearing the selected
photos, see clear photos on page 30.
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clear photos
You can clear photos one at a time, starting from the last photo selected, or you
can clear all selected photos at once.
Note: Clearing photos from the printer’s LCD display does not delete them
from the memory card.
To clear photos one at a time:
`
To clear the last photo in the list of selected photos displayed on the
printer’s LCD screen, press the CANCEL button.
To clear all photos:
1
Press and hold the CANCEL button for two seconds.
The messages CLEAR ALL SELECTIONS? and then PRESS OK OR CANCEL. flash
alternately on the printer’s LCD screen.
2
Press the OK button to clear all selected photos, or press the CANCEL
button to leave the list of selected photos as it was.
Note: When you press the OK button to clear all selected photos, any print
settings you have entered for the selected photos will also be cleared.
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print photos
Your printer can print digital photos that are stored on a memory card. Digital
photos may be unmarked or camera-selected. For a list of supported digital
photo file types, see printer specifications on page 52.
print unmarked digital photos
Unmarked digital photos are standard digital photos that you stored on the
memory card but have not marked for printing.
Note: Not all digital cameras allow you to mark your photos for printing.
To print unmarked digital photos from a memory card:
1
Insert a memory card into the printer’s memory card slot. For more
information, see insert a memory card on page 18.
The message PRINT INDEX? OK OR CANCEL. appears on the printer’s LCD
screen.
2
If you already printed a photo index, press the CANCEL button. To print a
photo index, load paper in the paper tray and press the OK or PRINT
button. For more information, see print a photo index on page 22.
3
Select the photos you want to print using the SELECT PHOTOS button. For
more information, see select photos to print on page 24.
4
Select the photo layout. You can choose to print one, two, or four photos
per page, or a photo index of numbered thumbnail views (28 photos per
page):
a. Press the LAYOUT + or – button until the photo layout you want to print
appears in the Text Message section at the top of the printer’s LCD
screen.
b. Press the OK button to select the displayed photo layout, or wait a few
seconds and the printer will select the displayed photo layout for you.
The Photo Layout icon for the photo layout you have selected appears in
the bottom-left section of the printer’s LCD screen. For more information, see
photo layout icon on page 8.
5
Select the number of copies to print. You can choose to print up to 99
copies of the selected photos:
a. Press the COPIES + or – button until the number of copies you want to
print appears in the bottom right section of the printer’s LCD screen. For
example, if X3 is displayed in the bottom right section of the printer’s
LCD screen, three copies of all selected photos will be printed.
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Tip: Press and hold the COPIES + or – button to change the number of
copies rapidly.
b. Press the OK button to select the displayed number of copies, or wait a
few seconds and the printer will select the displayed number of copies
for you.
6
Load photo paper in the paper tray. For more information, see load the
paper on page 12.
7
Press the PRINT button.
Tip: To stop the printer while it is printing, press the CANCEL button. The
partially printed page will be ejected from the printer, the rest of the selected
photos will not print, and the message PRINTING CANCELLED will appear on
the printer’s LCD screen.
print camera-selected photos
Camera-selected photos are photos you marked for printing using your digital
camera. When you select photos using your camera, the camera creates a
Digital Print Order Format (DPOF) file that identifies which photos have been
selected for printing.
Your printer can read the DPOF file from the memory card so you do not have to
reselect the photos to print. Review the documentation that came with your digital
camera to see if it supports camera-selected photos. Your printer supports DPOF
file format 1.1.
Note: Not all digital cameras allow you to mark your photos for printing.
When you print camera-selected photos, the printer’s control panel settings do
not apply; the settings in the DPOF file for photo layout and number of copies
override the printer’s control panel.
Your printer prints all camera-selected photos as 4 x 6 inch (10 x 15 cm) prints
or as thumbnails on a photo index page. If you select any other size using your
camera, it will print at 4 x 6 inches (10 x 15 cm).
To print camera-selected photos from a memory card:
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1
Use your digital camera to select the photos you want to print. For more
information, see the documentation that came with your camera.
2
Insert the memory card into the printer’s memory card slot. For more
information, see insert a memory card on page 18.
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The printer automatically recognizes the DPOF file on the memory card,
and the messages PRINT CAMERA SELECTED PHOTOS? and then PRESS OK OR
CANCEL. flash alternately on the printer’s LCD screen.
3
Load photo paper in the paper tray. For more information, see load the
paper on page 12.
4
Press the OK or PRINT button to print the camera-selected photos. To
ignore the selections made with the digital camera, press the CANCEL
button.
Note: The printer unmarks camera-selected photos after printing.
When the printer finishes printing the camera-selected photos, or
immediately after you press the CANCEL button, the message PRINT INDEX?
OK OR CANCEL. appears on the printer’s LCD screen. You can print a photo
index of all photos on the memory card, select photos for printing using the
printer’s control panel, and print as described in print unmarked digital
photos on page 31.
If you have an HP direct-printing digital camera, you can also print cameraselected photos by connecting the camera directly to the printer. For more
information, see print from an hp direct-printing digital camera on page 35.
If your printer is connected to a computer and the computer is turned on, you can
save all the photos and the DPOF file on the memory card to the computer. You
can then print the camera-selected photos from your computer. For more
information, see the HP Photosmart Printer Help. For information about viewing
the printer help, see view the hp photosmart printer help on page 2.
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digital camera
3
Your printer allows you to print beautiful photos from an HP direct-printing digital
camera without using your computer.
To see a list of the HP direct-printing digital cameras that work with your printer,
go to www.hp.com/support, select your country or region, then type directprinting digital cameras in the search window.
Note: If your direct-printing digital camera has a docking station, you can
connect the docking station to the printer’s USB port. For more information,
see the documentation that came with the docking station.
connect your hp direct-printing digital camera to the printer
1
Use the Share menu on your HP direct-printing digital camera to select the
photos you want to print. For more information, see the documentation that
came with your camera.
2
Connect the digital camera to your printer’s USB port using the USB cable
that came with the camera. If the printer is off, it turns itself back on.
Note: If the printer is connected to a computer, disconnect the computer’s
USB cable before connecting the digital camera’s USB cable.
3
4
When you connect the
digital camera to the
printer, a Print Setup menu
appears on the camera’s
LCD screen. Use this menu
to:
–
Change the photos
you have selected for
printing
–
Select the paper type
USB port
USB cable
When you are ready to
print, follow the
instructions on your digital
camera’s LCD screen.
Note: For more information about using camera-selected photos, see the
documentation that came with your digital camera.
You can also print photos you marked for printing using your digital camera by
inserting the memory card into the printer. For more information, see print
camera-selected photos on page 32.
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maintain and transport your printer
4
Your printer requires very little maintenance. For best results, keep your printer
and supplies clean and store them properly.
Because it is compact and light, your printer is easy to transport and set up
almost anywhere. Take it with you on vacations and bring it to family gatherings
and social events to instantly print and share photos with family and friends.
clean and maintain your printer
You can extend the life span of your printer and print cartridge by keeping them
clean and properly maintained.
clean the printer
To clean the outside of the printer:
1
Turn off the printer and disconnect the power cord from the back of the
printer.
2
Close the paper tray door.
3
Wipe the outside of the printer with a soft cloth that has been lightly
moistened with water.
Caution! Do not use any type of cleaning solution, as solutions may
damage the printer’s finish.
Caution! Do not clean the inside of the printer. Be careful to keep all fluids
away from the inside of the printer.
clean the print cartridge
If you notice white lines or single-color streaks on your photos, the print cartridge
may need to be cleaned.
You can clean the cartridge up to three times. Each successive cleaning is more
thorough and uses more ink. For more information about the print cartridge, see
the documentation that came with the print cartridge.
To clean the print cartridge:
1
Make sure there are no memory cards in any of the printer’s memory card
slots. For more information, see remove a memory card on page 22.
2
Press the SELECT PHOTOS
button to scroll through the printer menu
options until the message CLEAN PRINT CARTRIDGE? appears on the printer’s
LCD screen.
Press the OK button. The message LOAD PLAIN PAPER THEN PRESS OK.
appears on the printer’s LCD screen.
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Load paper in the paper tray and press the OK button. To conserve photo
paper, use plain paper or index cards. For more information, see load the
paper on page 12.
The printer begins cleaning the print cartridge. When the print cartridge
cleaning is finished, a test page prints, and the message CLEAN CARTRIDGE
MORE? appears on the printer’s LCD screen.
When the test page has finished printing, the On/Attention light flashes
red indicating the printer is waiting for a response to the CLEAN CARTRIDGE
MORE? message. Once you press the CANCEL or OK button, the red
blinking light will turn green.
4
If the test page has streaks or is missing colors, press the OK button to
clean the print cartridge again. If the print quality of the test page looks
good, press the CANCEL button.
Note: When your printer is connected to a computer, you can also clean
the print cartridge from the computer using the HP Photosmart Series
Toolbox (Windows PC) or the HP Inkjet Utility (Macintosh). For more
information, see the HP Photosmart Printer Help. For information about
viewing the printer help, see view the hp photosmart printer help on
page 2.
print a test page
You can print a test page to check the condition of the print cartridge and to
obtain diagnostic information that is useful to HP support.
To print a test page:
1
Make sure there are no memory cards in any of the printer’s memory card
slots. For more information, see remove a memory card on page 22.
2
Load paper in the paper tray. To conserve photo paper, use plain paper or
index cards. For more information, see load the paper on page 12.
3
Press the SELECT PHOTOS
button to scroll through the printer menu
options until the message PRINT A TEST PAGE? appears on the printer’s LCD
screen. Press the OK button.
The message PRINTING TEST PAGE appears on the printer’s LCD screen, and
the On/Attention light blinks while the test page prints.
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Image print quality
If this looks good,
your photos should
print well.
Diagnostic information
Use this when working
with HP support.
Ink nozzle quality
If there are white streaks
in these bars, try
cleaning the print
cartridge. For more
information, see clean
the print cartridge on
page 37.
Estimated ink level
Use this to determine
when you should buy a
new print cartridge.
Note: When your printer is connected to a computer, you can also print a
test page from the computer using the HP Photosmart Series Toolbox
(Windows PC) or the HP Inkjet Utility (Macintosh). For more information, see
the HP Photosmart Printer Help. For information about viewing the printer
help, see view the hp photosmart printer help on page 2.
calibrate the print cartridge
You can calibrate the print cartridge using your printer’s control panel. Try
calibrating the print cartridge if colors in your photos are misaligned or if the
calibration page did not print correctly when you installed a new print cartridge.
Note: The first time you install a print cartridge in your printer, the printer
automatically calibrates the print cartridge. For more information see install
or replace the print cartridge on page 14.
To calibrate the print cartridge:
1
Make sure there are no memory cards in any of the printer’s memory card
slots. For more information, see remove a memory card on page 22.
2
Load paper in the paper tray. To conserve photo paper, use plain paper or
index cards. For more information, see load the paper on page 12.
3
Press the SELECT PHOTOS
button to scroll through the printer menu
options until the message CALIBRATE PRINTER? appears on the printer’s LCD
screen. Press the OK button.
4
When the message PRINTER CALIBRATION. LOAD PLAIN PAPER THEN PRESS OK.
appears on the printer’s LCD screen, press the OK button.
The On/Attention light blinks while the printer calibrates the print cartridge
and then prints a calibration page to confirm that the calibration was
successful.
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Calibration page
• The check marks verify that the print
cartridge is installed correctly and
functioning properly.
• If an “x” appears to the left of any of the
bars, calibrate the print cartridge again. If
the “x” still appears, replace the print
cartridge. For more information, go to
www.hp.com/support or contact HP
support.
store your printer
Protect the printer and print cartridge by storing them properly when you are not
using them.
store the printer
Your printer is built to withstand long or short periods of inactivity. Close the
paper tray door when the printer is not in use. Store the printer indoors out of
direct sunlight in a place without temperature extremes.
store the print cartridge
Always transport and store the active print cartridge inside the printer. The printer
stores the print cartridge in a protective cap.
Make sure the printer completes its power-down cycle before you unplug the
power cord. This allows the printer to store the print cartridge properly.
If the printer and print cartridge have been unused for one month or more, clean
the print cartridge before using it. For more information, see clean the print
cartridge on page 37.
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maintain the quality of your photo paper
To ensure high-quality prints, it is important to maintain the quality of your photo
paper by storing and handling it properly.
store the photo paper
Keep unused photo paper in its original packaging inside a resealable plastic
bag. Store the packaged photo paper on a flat surface in a cool, dry place.
When you are ready to print, remove only the paper you plan to use
immediately. When you are finished printing, return any unused photo paper to
the plastic bag.
Note: Do not leave unused paper in the printer’s paper tray. The paper may
start to curl, which may reduce the quality of your photographs. Photo paper
should be flat before printing. For information about flattening curled paper,
see the next section.
handle photo paper
Always hold photo paper by the edges. Fingerprints on photo paper can reduce
print quality.
If the corners of the photo paper curl, place the paper in a resealable plastic bag
and gently bend it in the opposite direction of the curl until the paper lies flat.
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transport your printer
Your printer can travel with you. Be sure to always carry the printer upright.
To transport your printer:
1
If there is a memory card in a memory card slot, remove it.
2
Turn off the printer.
3
Remove any memory cards from the printer’s memory card slot. For more
information, see remove a memory card on page 22.
4
Remove all paper from the paper tray.
5
Close the paper tray door.
Note: Make sure the printer completes its power-down cycle before you
unplug the power cord. This allows the printer to store the print cartridge
properly.
6
Unplug the power cord.
7
If your printer was connected to your computer, disconnect the USB cable
from the computer.
Note: When transporting your printer, do not remove the print cartridge.
When transporting your printer, make sure to bring the following items with you:
•
Paper
•
Power cord
•
Digital camera or a memory card containing photos
•
Extra print cartridges (if you plan to print a lot of photos)
Note: If you are going to connect your printer to a computer, make sure to
also bring the USB cable and HP Photosmart printer software CD.
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Your HP Photosmart printer is designed to be reliable and easy to use. This
chapter answers frequently asked questions and contains information about the
following topics:
•
hardware problems on page 43
•
printing problems on page 44
•
error messages on page 48
For troubleshooting information about software installation, see the reference
guide that came with your printer. For advanced troubleshooting information, see
the HP Photosmart Printer Help. For information about viewing the printer help,
see view the hp photosmart printer help on page 2.
Note: In the presence of high electromagnetic fields, printed documents
and photos may be slightly distorted.
Note: HP recommends using a USB cable less than 10 feet (3 meters) in
length to minimize injected noise due to potential high electromagnetic
fields.
hardware problems
Before contacting HP support, read this section for troubleshooting tips or go to
the online support services at www.hp.com/support.
Problem
Possible cause
Solution
The On/Attention light is
The printer is processing
blinking green but the printer is information.
not printing.
Wait a moment for the printer
to finish processing the
information.
The On/Attention light is
blinking red.
Try the following:
1 Check the printer’s LCD
screen and the computer
monitor for instructions.
2 If this does not work and
you have a digital camera
connected to the printer,
check the camera’s LCD for
instructions.
3 If this does not work, turn off
the printer. Unplug the
printer’s power cord, wait
about 10 seconds, then
plug it in again. Turn on the
printer.
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Problem
Possible cause
Solution
The On/Attention light is
blinking amber.
An unrecoverable error has
occurred.
Try the following:
• Turn off the printer. Unplug
the printer’s power cord,
wait about 10 seconds,
then plug it in again. Turn
on the printer.
• If this does not work, go to
www.hp.com/support or
contact HP support. For
contact information, see the
reference guide that came
with your printer.
printing problems
Before contacting HP support, read this section for troubleshooting tips or go to
the online support services at www.hp.com/support.
Problem
Possible cause
Paper does not feed into the
There may be too much paper
printer correctly.
loaded in the paper tray.
OR
Paper does not come out of the
printer correctly.
Solution
Remove some of the paper
from the paper tray and try
printing again. For paperloading instructions, see load
the paper on page 12.
The paper width guide may
not be adjusted correctly.
Make sure that the paper width
guide fits close to the edge of
the paper without bending the
paper. For paper-loading
instructions, see load the paper
on page 12.
Two or more pieces of paper
may be stuck together.
1 Remove the paper from the
paper tray and leaf through
the stack so the sheets of
paper do not stick together.
2 Reload the paper into the
paper tray and try printing
again. For paper-loading
instructions, see load the
paper on page 12.
The paper may be wrinkled or Try using paper that is not
bent.
wrinkled or bent.
The paper may be too thin or
too thick.
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Try using recommended
paper. For more information,
see recommended paper on
page 51.
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Problem
Possible cause
Solution
Photo paper does not feed into Your printer may be in an
Try the following:
the printer correctly.
extremely high or low humidity • Insert the photo paper as
environment.
far as it will go into the
paper tray.
• Load one sheet of photo
paper at a time.
The photo paper may be
curled.
Place the paper in a resealable
plastic bag and gently bend it
in the opposite direction of the
curl until the paper lies flat. If
the problem persists, use
different photo paper that is
not curled.
The printer does not print new There are no new photos on
photos on the memory card.
the memory card, or the
photos have already been
printed from the printer’s
control panel.
Print a photo index displaying
all the photos on the card, then
select and print the desired
photos. For more information,
see select photos to print on
page 24 and print photos on
page 31. For more
information about the
SELECT:NEW option, see select
new photos on page 29.
I chose the SELECT:NEW option
to print the new photos on my
memory card, and the printer
printed many more photos
than I expected.
To the printer, a “new” photo is
one that you have not printed
from the printer’s control
panel. If you printed photos
from your computer, they are
still new as far as the printer is
concerned.
Print a photo index, then select
the exact photo or photos you
want to print. For more
information, see print a photo
index on page 22 and select
photos to print on page 24.
I selected photos to print using
the numbers on the digital
camera’s LCD, but they did not
print. Different photos printed
instead.
Your digital camera may
assign numbers to your photos
that do not match the numbers
that the printer assigns to them.
Print a photo index, then select
photos to print using the index
numbers shown on the index.
For more information, see print
a photo index on page 22 and
select photos to print on
page 24.
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Problem
Possible cause
Solution
No page came out of the
printer.
The printer may need attention. Check the printer’s LCD screen
for instructions.
The printer’s print cartridge
door may be open.
Close the printer’s print
cartridge door.
The paper jammed while
printing.
To clear the paper jam, try the
following:
1 Turn off the printer.
2 Unplug the printer’s power
cord.
3 Gently remove the jammed
paper from the printer.
4 Plug the printer back in and
turn it on.
5 When you have cleared the
paper jam, try printing
again.
If you experience paper jams
when printing on photo paper,
try the following:
• Insert the photo paper as
far as it will go into the
paper tray.
• Load one sheet of photo
paper at a time.
A blank page came out of the The print cartridge may be out Print a test page to determine
printer.
of ink.
the ink level of the print
cartridge, and replace the
print cartridge if necessary. For
more information about
printing a test page, see print
a test page on page 38.
You may have begun printing
and then cancelled the
process.
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If you cancelled the process
before the file started printing,
the printer may have already
loaded paper in preparation
for printing. The next time you
print, the printer will eject the
blank page before continuing
with the new project.
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Problem
Possible cause
Solution
The photo printed at an angle The paper may not be loaded Try the following:
or is off center.
correctly.
• Make sure the paper is
correctly oriented in the
paper tray.
• Make sure the paper width
guide fits close to the edge
of the paper.
For paper-loading instructions,
see load the paper on
page 12.
The print cartridge may not be Calibrate the print cartridge
properly calibrated.
using the instructions in
calibrate the print cartridge on
page 39.
Print quality is poor.
The print cartridge may be
running out of ink.
Print a test page to determine
the ink level of the print
cartridge. For more
information, see print a test
page on page 38.
If the print cartridge is running
low on ink, replace it. For more
information, see print cartridge
information on page 14.
You may not be using the best Make sure you are using a
paper type.
paper type intended for the
printer. Use HP-designed
paper for best results. For more
information, see
recommended paper on
page 51.
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You may be printing on the
wrong side of the paper.
Make sure the paper is loaded
with the glossy side up.
You may need to clean the
print cartridge.
Clean the print cartridge from
the printer’s control panel. For
more information, see clean
the print cartridge on
page 37.
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Problem
Possible cause
Solution
Photos are not printing
correctly.
You may have loaded the
photo paper incorrectly.
Load the photo paper with the
glossy side up. If you are using
tabbed paper, load the paper
so the tab feeds in first. For
more information, see load the
paper on page 12.
The photo paper may have fed Check for a paper jam, then
into the printer incorrectly.
try the following:
• If you have a paper jam,
see the instructions for
clearing a paper jam on
page 46.
• Insert the photo paper as
far as it will go into the
paper tray.
• Load one sheet of photo
paper at a time.
error messages
Before contacting HP support, read this section for troubleshooting tips or go to
the online support services at www.hp.com/support.
Message
Possible cause
Solution
PAPER JAM. CLEAR JAM THEN
PRESS OK.
The paper jammed while
printing.
Clear the paper jam. For more
information, see the
troubleshooting instructions for
clearing a paper jam on
page 46.
AUTOMATIC PAPER SENSOR
FAILED.
The automatic paper sensor is
obstructed or damaged.
OR
The printer may be in direct
sunlight, which affects the
operation of the automatic
paper sensor.
Move the printer out of direct
sunlight, then press the OK
button and try printing again.
If this does not work, go to
www.hp.com/support or
contact HP support. For contact
information, see the reference
guide that came with your
printer.
CARTRIDGE IS NOT COMPATIBLE.
USE APPROPRIATE HP CARTRIDGE.
You have inserted a print
cartridge that does not work
with your printer.
Replace the print cartridge
with one that is compatible
with your printer. For more
information, see print cartridge
information on page 14.
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Message
Possible cause
Solution
CARTRIDGE SERVICE STATION IS
STUCK.
There is an obstruction
blocking the path of the
cartridge service station,
located beneath the print
cartridge cradle.
Move the print cartridge cradle
to the left to access the
cartridge service station. Clear
any obstruction and press the
OK button to continue.
PRINT CARTRIDGE CRADLE IS
CLEAR JAM THEN PRESS
OK.
The print cartridge cradle is
stuck.
Clear any obstruction in the
path of the print cartridge
cradle, then press the OK
button to continue. The current
page will eject and the print
job will continue on the next
available sheet of paper.
CARD INSERTED INCORRECTLY.
GOLD LABEL SHOULD FACE
DOWN.
Your SmartMedia memory
card is inserted upside down.
Gently pull the memory card
out and reinsert it properly. For
more information, see remove
a memory card on page 22
and insert a memory card on
page 18.
STUCK.
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6
This chapter lists recommended papers for your printer and provides selected
printer specifications.
Note: For a complete list of printer specifications and system requirements,
see the HP Photosmart Printer Help. For information about viewing the
printer help, see view the hp photosmart printer help on page 2.
recommended paper
For a list of available HP-designed inkjet papers, or to purchase supplies, go to:
•
www.hpshopping.com (U.S.)
•
www.hp-go-supplies.com (Europe)
•
www.hp.com/paper (Asia/Pacific)
•
www.jpn.hp.com/supply/inkjet (Japan)
Note: You can also purchase HP-designed inkjet paper at most computer
and office supply stores.
HP photo papers Best for
Size
HP premium plus
photo paper
•
•
•
•
Borderless printing
High-value prints
Important photos
High-resolution images from scanners
or digital cameras
• Photo enlargements or reprints to
frame or give as gifts
4 x 6 inches with 0.5 inch tab
(10 x 15 cm with 1.25 cm tab)
HP premium
photo paper
• Borderless printing
• Making and sharing photos with
friends and family
• Medium- to high-resolution images
from scanners and digital cameras
• Medium-value prints from parties,
team events, or celebrations
4 x 6 inches with 0.5 inch tab
(10 x 15 cm with 1.25 cm tab)
HP photo paper
• Borderless printing
• Casual photos or high-volume photos
• School or business reports, photo
projects
• Business applications: real estate
proposals, sales and marketing
materials
4 x 6 inches with 0.5 inch tab
(10 x 15 cm with 1.25 cm tab)
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Connectivity
USB: Microsoft® Windows 98, 2000 Professional, ME,
XP Home, and XP Professional; Mac® OS 9 v9.1 or
later, OS X v10.1 through v10.2
Image file formats
JPEG Baseline
TIFF 24-bit RGB uncompressed interleaved
TIFF 24-bit YCbCr uncompressed interleaved
TIFF 24-bit RGB packbits interleaved
TIFF 8-bit gray uncompressed/packbits
TIFF 8-bit palette color uncompressed/packbits
TIFF 1-bit uncompressed/packbits/1D Huffman
Margins
Borderless printing:
• Top 0.0 inch (0.0 mm)
• Bottom 0.50 inch (12.5 mm)
• Left/right 0.0 inch (0.0 mm)
Bordered printing:
• Top 0.16 inch (4 mm)
• Bottom 0.50 to 0.66 inch (12.5 to 16.8 mm)
• Left/right 0.16 inch (4 mm)
Media sizes
Photo paper (4 x 6 inches, 10 x 15 cm)
Photo paper with tab (4 x 6 inches with 0.5 inch tab,
10 x 15 cm with 1.25 cm tab)
Index cards (4 x 6 inches, 10 x 15 cm)
Hagaki cards (3.94 x 5.83 inches, 100 x 148 mm)
A6 cards (4.13 x 5.85 inches, 105 x 148.5 mm)
L-size cards (3.5 x 5 inches, 90 x 127 mm)
L-size cards with tab (3.5 x 5 inches with 0.5 inch tab,
90 x 127 mm with 12.5 mm tab)
Media types
Paper (plain, photo)
Cards (index, Hagaki, A6, L-size)
Memory cards
CompactFlash Type I and II
MultiMediaCard
Secure Digital
SmartMedia
Sony Memory Sticks
xD-Picture Card
Memory cardsupported file
formats
Printing: Supported image file formats
Saving: All file formats
Operating
temperature
32–113°F (0–45°C)
Optimum 59– 95°F (15–35°C)
Paper tray
One 4 x 6 inch (10 x 15 cm) photo paper tray
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Paper tray capacity
20 sheets, maximum thickness 11.5 mil (292 µm) per
sheet
Power consumption
Printing: 8.1 W
Idle: 2.1 W
Off: 2.0 W
Print cartridge
1 tri-color HP #57 (C6657A)
1 photo gray HP #59 (C9359A) (available Fall 2003)
USB support
Microsoft Windows 98, 2000 Professional, ME, XP
Home, and XP Professional; Mac OS 9 v9.1 or later, OS
X v10.1 through v10.2
HP recommends that the USB cable be less than 10 feet
(3 meters) in length
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index
A
add borders 10
all photos
select 28
B
borderless printing 10
borders
add 10
buttons
control panel 7
C
calibrate printer 39
calibration page 40
camera-selected
photos 31, 32
Cancel button 7
care and maintenance 37
clean
print cartridge 37
printer 37
clear photos 30
CompactFlash memory
card slot 7
control panel 5
buttons 7
quick reference 7
Copies
button 7
icon 8
copies
print multiple 31
copper contacts on print
cartridge 14
D
deselect photos. See clear
photos
display language 11
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Exif Print 11
H
hidden index numbers 25
HP photo paper
handle 41
maintain the quality
of 41
I
icons
copies 8
paper count 8
photo layout 8
quick reference 8
selected photos 8
index 22
index numbers 22
hidden 25
select 24
indicator lights 6
insert
memory card 18
print cartridge 14
L
language 11
Layout button 7
LCD screen
copies icon 8
paper count icon 8
selected photos icon 8
text message area 8
light
memory card 6
on/attention 6
load
paper 12
print cartridge 14
location
Cancel button 7
Copies button 7
memory card light 6
memory card slots 5
On button 7
output guide 5
paper tray 5
paper tray door 5
paper width guide 5
Print button 7
print cartridge door 5
printer 6
printer control panel 5
rear paper slot 5
Save button 7
Select Photos button 7
USB port 5
M
maintenance 37
media types and sizes 12,
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file formats 18
insert 18
light 6
print from 31
slots 7
supported 17
move the printer 42
MultiMediaCard memory
card slot 7
N
new photos
select 29
nozzles 14
O
OK button 7
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On button 7
open
paper tray door 12
print cartridge door 15
P
paper
getting it to feed in
straight 13
load 12
problems 44
store 41
supported 12, 51
Paper Count icon 8
paper tray door 5
paper width guide
adjust 13
Photo Layout icon 8
photo paper
handle 41
maintain the quality
of 41
supported 51
photos
camera-selected 31, 32
choose using index 22
clear 30
multiple copies 31
print from memory
cards 31
select 24
unmarked 31
power cord connection 6
print
camera-selected
photos 32
from memory cards 31
index 22
multiple copies 31
quality 9
select photos to 24
test page from the
control panel 38
Print button 7
print cartridge 14
calibrate 39
clean 37
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copper contacts 14
ink nozzles 14
insert 14
nozzles 14
problems 38
protector 16
remove 16
replace 14
store 40
tape removal 14
print cartridge door 5
open 15
printer
clean 37
front view 5
menu 9
rear view 6
settings 9
specifications 51
store 40
test page 38
transport 42
where to place 6
printer menu
change the print
quality 9
clean print cartridge 37
print a test page 38
select language 11
printer parts
back 6
buttons 7
control panel 7
front 5
indicator lights 6
LCD screen 7
memory card slots 7
print cartridge door 15
problems
error messages 48
hardware 43
paper 44
printing 44
R
range of photos
select 26
rear paper slot 6
remove print cartridge 16
S
Save button 7
Secure Digital memory
card slot 7
select
all photos 28
multiple photos 25
new photos 29
one photo 24
photos 24
range of photos 26
Select Photos button 7
Selected Photos icon 8
setup
install print cartridge 14
SmartMedia memory card
slot 7
Sony Memory Stick
memory card slot 7
specifications 51
store
paper 41
print cartridge 40
printer 40
supported
image file formats 18
memory cards 17
paper types and
sizes 12, 51
T
tape
print cartridge 14
test page
print from the control
panel 38
text message area 8
transport your printer 42
troubleshoot
error messages 48
hardware problems 43
paper 44
printing problems 44
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U
unmarked photos 31
USB port 6
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W
welcome 1
X
xD-Picture Card memory
card slot 7
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DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
according to ISO/IEC Guide 22 and EN 45014
______________________________________________________________________
Manufacturer's Name:
Hewlett-Packard Company
Manufacturer's Address:
16399 West Bernardo Drive
San Diego CA 92127, USA
Regulatory Model Number (RMN): SDGOA-0314
declares, that the product
Product Name:
Photosmart 145 Series (Q3025A), (Q3026A - China only)
Model Number(s):
Photosmart 145 and 148 (Q3026A - China only)
Power Adapter(s):
HP Part # Q3025-60177
conforms to the following Product Specifications:
Safety:
IEC 60950: 3rd Edition:1999
EN 60950:2000
UL1950/CSA22.2 No.950, 3rd Edition:1995
NOM 019-SFCI-1993
GB4943:2001
EMC:
CISPR 22:1997 / EN 55022:1998+A1:2000 Class B
CISPR 24:1997 / EN 55024:1998+A1:2001
IEC 61000-3-2:1995 / EN 61000-3-2:1995 A1+A2:1998
IEC 61000-3-3:1994 / EN 61000-3-3:1995
EN 61000-6-3:2001
FCC Part15-Class B / CNS13438
AS/NZS3548 / ICES-003, Issue 2
GB9254-1998
Supplementary Information:
The Product herewith complies with the requirements of the Low Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and the
EMC Directive 89/336/EEC and carries the CE marking accordingly.
1) The product was tested in a typical configuration.
12 March 2003
Date
Steve Smith, Hardware Test & Regs MGR.
European Contact for regulatory topics only: Hewlett Packard GmbH, HQ-TRE, Herrenberger Strasse 140,
D-71034 Böblingen Germany (FAX +49-7031-14-3143)
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As an ENERGY STAR® partner,
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that this product meets the ENERGY STAR®
guidelines for energy efficiency.
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