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Epson PP-100AP v2 User's Guide PDF

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Year 2012
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Summary of Content for Epson PP-100AP v2 User's Guide PDF

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Presents detailed information users need to know such as the product/ software functions and operations, how to troubleshoot various problems, as well as maintenance information... It is included on the Discproducer Utility & Documents Disc For Apple Mac OS... You can access it by clicking Launchpad, EPSON Software, and then EPSON Total Disc Maker after installing the software...

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Selecting Publish Mode ... 57 Loading Discs... 61 Registering Write Data (Only for PP-100II/PP-100/ PP-50)... 63 Creating Labels ... 65 Publishing Discs... 66 Setting Printer Driver and Publishing Discs... 68

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Error Associated with Covers... 114 Error Associated with Disc Transfer ... 115 Error Associated with Stacker ... 117 Error Associated with Ink ... 118 Error Associated with Printer ... 119 Error Associated with Drives (Only for PP-100II/ PP-100/PP-50)... 120 Other Error ... 121

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To prevent harm to customers and other people or damage to property, this guide contains the following symbols and warning displays for operations and use that may be dangerous... Please thoroughly understand this information before you read this guide...

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Do not block the air vents on this product... Blocking the air vents may result in internal heat build-up and fire... Do not install in the following types of places... Tight spaces where ventilation is poor, such as in a closet or on a bookshelf On a rug or bed If you place the product by a wall, leave more than 10 cm between the back of the product and the wall... It is also necessary to leave enough space in front of the product to open and close the disc cover...

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Do not use a damaged power cord... This may result in electric shock or fire... If the power cord is damaged, consult your dealer for repairs... Observe the following when handling the power cord... Do not modify the power cord Do not place heavy objects on the power cord Do not bend, twist or pull the power cord by force Do not wire the cord near heating appliances

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When connecting this product to a computer (or other devices) using a cable, be careful to orient the connector the right way... The connectors on the cables have a specific orientation... If you connect incorrectly oriented connectors to both this product and the computer (or other devices), this may result in the malfunction of both connected devices...

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For PP-100/PP-100AP This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules... These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation... This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications... However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation... If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:

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Declare under sole responsibility that the product identified herein, complies with 47CFR Part 2 and 15 of the FCC rules as a Class B digital device... Each product marketed, is identical to the representative unit tested and found to be compliant with the standards... Records maintained continue to reflect the equipment being produced can be expected to be within the variation accepted, due to quantity production and testing on a statistical basis as required by 47CFR 2... 909 Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation...

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Restriction of Use When this product is used for applications requiring high reliability / safety, such as transportation devices related to aviation, rail, marine, automotive, etc... ; disaster prevention devices; various safety devices, etc... ; or functional / precision devices, etc... , you should use this product only after giving consideration to including fail-safes and redundancies into your design to maintain safety and total system reliability... Because this product was not intended for use in applications requiring extremely high reliability / safety, such as aerospace equipment, main communication equipment, nuclear power control equipment, or medical equipment related to direct medical care, etc... , please make your own judgment on this products suitability after a full evaluation...

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Use to control the product... It also shows the status of the product...

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Expel heat generated inside this product to prevent the temperature from rising... Leave at least 10 cm between the back of the product and the wall for ventilation...

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Use Stacker 2 as a disc input or output stacker... Holds up to about 50 discs...

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Use Stacker 2 as a disc input or output stacker... Holds up to about 50 discs...

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PP-100II/PP-100AP: Flashes or turns on depending on the ink/maintenance box status...

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For the PP-100II, PP-100, or PP-100AP, when the BUSY light is flashing rapidly, a disc is being ejected, so do not pull out Stacker 4... Discs may be damaged...

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The STACKER light flashes when the input stacker is empty; however... the beginning of the light flashing may not match the exact time that the stacker becomes empty...

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The product may not be recognized by the PC when the power is turned back on while fan is operating... In this case, disconnect the USB cable and connect it again...

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flashing), make sure the internal light has turned off and that the arm has stopped moving before performing any operation, such as loading or taking out discs... Do not put your hands inside the product or operate any stackers while the arm is moving... Also, open and close the disc cover gently...

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For PP-50 Before closing the disc cover, make sure that there are no discs left near Stacker 3 and that discs in Stacker 3 are not slanted... Otherwise, an error may occur when you close the disc cover...

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Stacker 1 and Stacker 2 are the same... Handle them in the same way...

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Remove (Only for PP-100II/PP-100/PP-100AP) Hold the handle, lift it up, and then pull towards you to take out...

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Do not apply strong force to Stacker 4 when handling it... When the BUSY light and the STACKER 4 light are flashing rapidly, a disc is being

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Important Note You may use the software to operate the EPSON products... You may use the EPSON products to copy materials onto media, including but not limited to CDs and DVDs... You agree to respect the rights of copyright owners... EPSON shall have no liability for, and you shall hold EPSON harmless from, any copyright infringement by you or your employees, representatives or agents...

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The source drive should use commands and operations that are compliant with MMC4 or higher, and be capable of reading sub-channels... (Only for PP-100II/PP-100/PP-50)

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Properties Setting After installing the software and adding the printer (For these procedures, see Setup Guide for Mac... ), follow the steps below to set Stacker Settings, Drive Settings, and Printer Settings with EPSON Total Disc Utility...

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The error mark will not be printed in the following cases... The job was cancelled An incorrect disc type was found in the input stacker Not enough ink was left to print the error mark Fatal error

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Common Settings for Publishing Follow the steps below to set Working Folder, Notification Settings, and Write Settings...

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4 Set Notification Method and Notification When Job is Finished... See EPSON Total Disc Utility Help for details...

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Depending on the discs used, writing may not be able to be performed properly at the speed recommended for the disc... If this happens, write at a slower speed... In particular, we recommend writing to DVDR DL at a slow speed...

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You may be asked for an administrator password when uninstalling the software... When asked for a password, enter the password to proceed with the operation... Notes

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10 When the uninstall complete screen appears, click Quit...

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In EPSON Total Disc Maker, the execution of writing data* and printing labels is referred to as publishing... Publishing enables this product to write data to a CD or DVD and print the label to create a finished disc...

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In Disc view, you can register the data to write to the disc... Disc view is not used with the PP-100AP...

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In Label view, you can edit the data for printing on the label surface of the disc...

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Publish view Clicking [Publish] in Disc view or Label view displays Publish view...

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EPSON Total Disc Utility is software for displaying the products current status, remaining ink, job information, and other information, as well as for the basic settings for publishing discs with the product, such as settings for publish mode, stackers, and drives... You can also pause/cancel jobs and perform maintenance, such as running nozzle checks and cleaning the print head...

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Finished Job screen The Finished Job screen displays information on jobs for which publishing is finished...

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Properties screen (General screen) On the Main screen, double-click a model name for Device Name or click [Properties] to display the devices Properties screen...

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Maintenance Info screen In the Maintenance Info screen, you can check maintenance information for your product...

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About screen In the About screen, you can check the serial number and versions for your product...

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For details on Nozzle Check, see Checking the Print Head Nozzles on page 85... For details on Head Cleaning, see Cleaning the Print Head on page 87... For details on Print Head Alignment, see Aligning the Print Head on page 90... For details on Printing Position Correction, see Correcting the Printing Position on

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The printer driver is software for the necessary settings to publish discs from commercially available applications other than EPSON Total Disc Maker...

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After setting, you can store the current setting as a preset... However, some items of the preset setting may not be reflected if the current publish mode is different from the publish mode when the preset was stored...

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If Label Type is set to EPSON Specified CD/DVD Label, Quality/Speed is set to 1... For setting the user defined label size, see Printing on User Defined Label Size Discs on

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If Color is set to Black in the Print Settings area, color adjustments cannot be made... For adjusting print colors, see Adjusting Print Colors on page 79...

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The product can print on 12-cm CD/DVD discs that support using an inkjet color printer to print on the label surface*... * Discs for which printable label surface, inkjet printer compatible, or the like is specified in the instructions for the discs...

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The rewriting and deleting of data is not possible once data has been written... This disc allows double-layer recording on a single side... This increases the capacity, thus enabling recording for a long time or recording of high-quality video... This is a standard DVD defined by the DVD+RW Alliance...

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Do not use a disc printed with this product in an auto loading mechanism, a drive with a holding mechanism that has diameter of 33 mm or more, or an in-car drive... Also, do not leave a disc in equipment for a long period of time...

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Do not place discs in a location where they will be subject to high temperature and humidity such as locations under direct sunlight, near heating equipment...

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If you print outside of the printing range (ink absorbing layer) of the discs you are using, the ink printed outside the printing area will not fix... Check the label print range of the discs you are using before configuring the setting...

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When printing with applications other than EPSON Total Disc Maker, use the following settings to create print data... Paper size: 124 x 124 mm Margins on all sides: 2 mm

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When the product is used for the first time, after it has been stored for a long time, or after an error occurs, missing dots or ink stains may appear and print quality may be reduced on rare occasions... When publishing multiple discs, publish one disc in advance and check that there are no missing dots... If any dots are missing, perform head cleaning... (See Cleaning the Print Head on page 87... )

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With the PP-100II, PP-100 or PP-50, if you specify an image file in the print settings, writing data onto a disc is possible at the same time as label printing... See Print Settings area on page 46 for specifying an image file...

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Select the publish mode, referring to the following descriptions, and change the setting in the properties setting if necessary... For properties setting procedure, see Properties Setting on page 28...

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If, for example, CD-Rs are loaded in Stacker 1 and DVD-Rs are loaded in Stacker 2, you can just select a stacker as necessary to publish the required discs without having to change the discs...

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When discs are published in Batch Mode, the number of discs loaded into Stacker 2 and the number of discs output to Stacker 3 do not always match... Also, 50 discs may not be output... The same applies for the discs output to Stacker 2... In Batch Mode, once the height of the stack of discs output to Stacker 3 reaches the maximum value, the output stacker is switched to Stacker 2... Therefore, the number of discs output to a stacker differs depending on the thickness of the discs used...

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If, for example, CD-Rs are loaded in Stacker 1 and DVD-Rs are loaded in Stacker 2, you can just select a stacker as necessary to publish the required discs without having to change the discs...

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Load the discs into a stacker... Do not load discs in the drives or printer... Furthermore, with the PP-100II or PP-100, do not load discs between Drive 1 and Drive 2... They may become unable to be removed...

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In Batch Mode and when Stacker 3 is set as the output stacker in External Output Mode, make sure that no discs are loaded in Stacker 3 and Stacker 4... Also, set the lock lever to LOCK, and do not pull out Stacker 4...

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PC, see Creating Copies Directly from Discs on page 76 for registering write data... If you publish CD/DVD copies using a disc image file, see Creating Copies from Disc

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If you select Create Disc Image... from the File menu after registering the write data, the registered data is saved as a disc image file... A disc image file is used when creating CD/DVD copies of the registered data... See Creating Copies from Disc Image Files on page 78 for details...

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If a barcode printed with bidirectional printing cannot be read correctly, align the print head (See Aligning the Print Head on page 90... ) and then print the barcode, or print the barcode with unidirectional printing...

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Depending on the discs used, writing may not be able to be performed properly at the speed recommended for the disc... If this happens, write at a slower speed... In particular, we recommend writing to DVDR DL at a slow speed...

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flashing), make sure the internal light has turned off and that the arm has stopped moving before performing any operation, such as loading or taking out discs... Do not put your hands inside the product or operate any stackers while the arm is moving... Also, open and close the disc cover gently...

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This section describes how to set the printer driver (setting for label print and registering a disc image file of write data*) and publish a job for publishing discs to the product when you publish discs with applications other than EPSON Total Disc Maker...

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flashing), make sure the internal light has turned off and that the arm has stopped moving before performing any operation, such as loading or taking out discs... Do not put your hands inside the product or operate any stackers while the arm is moving... Also, open and close the disc cover gently...

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After printing on the label surface, allow EPSON specified CDs/DVDs to dry for at least one hour, and other types of discs for at least 24 hours... Do not insert discs into a drive or other device until they are completely dry...

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After printing on the label surface, allow EPSON specified CDs/DVDs to dry for at least one hour, and other types of discs for at least 24 hours... Do not insert discs into a drive or other device until they are completely dry...

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The processing of any subsequent job also does not start while the job is paused... If a job is cancelled when the disc is being published, that processing is stopped, and

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No job can be given priority before such operations as nozzle checking, aligning print head, and correcting printing position...

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Setting the range outside of the recommended print area (inside diameter of 45... 0 mm or more and outside diameter within 116... 0 mm) and printing may result in the discs or tray becoming dirty, peeling off or blurring of the print, or discs sticking together... Check the label print range of the discs you are using before configuring the setting... See Printable Area on page 53 for details on the recommended print area...

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This section describes only the procedure to register write data to create disc copies... For the procedures other than registering write data, follow the usual flow... (See Flow for Publishing Discs on page 55... )

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3 Configure each setting... See EPSON Total Disc Maker Help for details...

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If you click Create Disc Image... on the File menu after registering write data (see page 63... ), you can create a disc image file... Notes

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Allows you to use a slider to adjust the overall brightness of an image... With 0 as the standard, you can adjust the brightness from - 25% to + 25%... Moving the slider in the negative direction (-) makes the image darker, and moving the slider in the positive direction (+) makes the image brighter... This is useful for images that are too dark or too light overall...

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When publishing with EPSON Total Disc Maker Set in the dialogue that is displayed when you click Color Settings... in Publish view of EPSON Total Disc Maker... Click Color Correction to configure each setting...

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Even when Print Mode Setting is set to Black in Publish view of EPSON Total Disc Maker or when Color is set to Black in the Print Settings area of the printer driver, all the ink colors are used in an operation designed to maintain the printing and print head quality...

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Epson cannot guarantee the quality and reliability of non-Epson brand products... Repairs for any damage or breakdown of this product due to the use of non-Epson brand products will not be free of charge even if the warranty period is still valid...

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For optimum printing quality, open the clear plastic package only immediately before installing... After opening the cartridge, try to use it up within six months... If you use an ink cartridge that has been left open for a long time, the print quality may decline...

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If you turn the power off using the power button on the unit, the print head is automatically capped, which prevents the ink from drying... After installing the ink cartridges, be sure to turn the power off using the power button on the unit when you are not using the product... Do not pull out the power plug or trip the breaker while the power is on...

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Checking the Print Head Nozzles If the print head nozzles are clogged, the printing may be faint even though there is ink, or unusual colors may be printed... The nozzle check prints a pattern for checking the status of the nozzles, and you can check if the nozzles are clogged by looking at this pattern...

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5 Check the printed nozzle check pattern... If it is normal, all of the lines are printed as shown in the illustration on the left below... If there are lines that were not printed, as shown in the illustration on the right below, the nozzles are clogged... Run print head cleaning... (See How to Clean the Print Head on page 88... )

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This product has a print head cap to prevent it from drying, the same way there are caps for fountain pens or ballpoint pens... Normally, the print head is automatically capped after printing finishes, but if the power suddenly goes off while the product is running, it is not capped properly and it dries out...

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2 Press the Cleaning button for 3 seconds... The BUSY light flashes, and head cleaning starts... When head cleaning is finished, the BUSY light goes off...

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The BUSY light flashes, and head cleaning starts... When head cleaning is finished, the BUSY light goes off...

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Aligning the Print Head If the print position when the print head moves from right to left is not aligned with the print position when the print head moves from left to right, gaps may appear in vertical lines, and the print results may become blurry... If this happens, run print head alignment...

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The disc on which the print head alignment pattern was printed is output to Stacker 3 or Stacker 4...

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6 Select the number of the pattern with the fewest vertical lines... In the illustration above, the pattern with the fewest vertical lines is 5, so select 5... If you want to print the print head alignment pattern again, to check it, set a disc in Stacker 1, and click Realign...

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2 Display the Printer Utility screen of the EPSON Total Disc Utility... See Properties screen (General screen) on page 41 for display procedure...

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The disc on which there are five lines printed on the top, bottom, left and right respectively as well as one blue upward-pointing arrow is output to Stacker 3 or Stacker 4...

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If you reenter a correction value after the first adjustment, the printing position is corrected using a correction value combined with the adjusted value from the first time... If you want to clear the printing position correction value, select Reset, and then click Finish...

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3 Use a soft cloth to wipe off the dust and dirt... When the exterior is very dirty, soak a soft cloth in water with a small amount of mild detergent, wring it out, and then wipe off the dirt... Finally, wipe off the moisture using a soft, dry cloth...

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2 After the Power light goes off, unplug the power plug from the outlet...

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2 After the Power light goes off, unplug the power plug from the outlet...

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8 Plug the power plug into the outlet, and turn the power on...

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Checking Maintenance Information This section describes how to check information that is useful when carrying out maintenance and providing support for your product, such as usage status of the internal drives and the number of published discs...

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Total discs published Cumulative number of discs the product has published (writing/printing)...

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When appears in the Printer status display of EPSON Total Disc Utility, it is almost time to replace the ink pad... Clicking displays a message; The ink pad for this device will be full very soon... The device will stop

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Do not use any maintenance box removed from the product and left for a long period... Do not tilt the used maintenance box... Otherwise ink may leak... Be careful no to touch the ink on the maintenance box cover and filter cover... Do not take out/put in the maintenance box more than necessary... Otherwise some

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Do not touch the green IC chip on the maintenance box... Do not touch the ink ejection port of the maintenance box or the inside of the box

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Replacing the Drive (Only for PP-100II) When a drive has reached the end of its service life, writing errors can easily occur... In that case, replace the drive... You can replace the drives of the PP-100II yourself...

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Do not place a heavy object on the top of the product... Subjecting this product to excessive force may result in a malfunction... However, for PP-100II, PP-100, and PP-100AP, it is possible to place one unit of this product on top of another... In such a case, make sure the tops and bottoms are oriented the same, and the exterior of the units are aligned... At the same time, take sufficient care to prevent a unit from dropping or falling... Also, do not place more than one unit on top of another...

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8 With the bottom of the product facing downwards, place the product into the packing box so that it is oriented horizontally...

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If the power still does not turn off, unplug the power cord from the outlet... Then, turn on the power again, and be sure to use the power button to turn off the power... Leaving the power on can cause drying and clogging of the print head...

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Multiple disc feeds error may occur depending on disc thickness or warpage, even when multiple discs are not transferred... In that case, follow the steps below to clear the error, and then retry using another disc...

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Also, do not open the cover during publishing... This could adversely affect the printing and writing quality of the disc... Before opening the cover, pause the job in EPSON Total Disc Utility...

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When bidirectional printing is set, printing is performed at a high speed, and ink is discharged as the print head moves to both the left and right... On rare occasions, however, the printing position when moving from right to left is shifted from the printing position when moving from left to right, leading to shifting of the vertical rule lines and blurred printing results... Use the print head alignment function to check and adjust for differences in the gap... (See Aligning the Print Head on page 90... )

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See Printable Area on page 53 for details... See Printing on User Defined Label Size Discs on page 75 for the setting procedure of the inside diameter and outside diameter...

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The software cannot be installed unless there is at least 25 GB of available HDD space... Check the amount of available HDD space, and if there is not enough space, increase the amount of available space... Available HDD space needs to be enough to enable the software to run normally... (See System Requirements on page 27... )

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If resuming label printing after an error, run a nozzle check and confirm the condition of the print head... See Checking the Print Head Nozzles on page 85 for details on the nozzle check...

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1... Open the disc cover and fully separate the discs in the input stacker to prevent them from sticking together...

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If the arm has picked up a disc, do not remove the disc by hand, as the arm may be damaged... To remove the disc, turn on the power again, and let the initialization process remove the disc...

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Note: The Stacker 1 light flashes when it is empty; however... the beginning of the light flashing may not match the exact time that the stacker becomes empty...

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The product will stop operation before ink is completely empty in order to maintain print head quality... Therefore, some ink will be left in the ink cartridge... Use of Epson brand ink cartridges is recommended...

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If the maintenance box is not recognized even if it is installed correctly, there may be dirt on the green circuit board... Wipe it with soft cloth and install it again...

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3... Check if the drive has reached the end of the service life... If so, replace the drive... (See Checking Maintenance Information on page 100 and Replacing the Drive (Only for PP-100II) on page 105... )

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Checking with EPSON Total Disc Utility EPSON Total Disc Utility enables you to check the status of this product and the remedy procedures for errors...

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Is the USB cable compatible with the PC and product specifications? If you use USB cable other than one supplied with the product, check that it is compatible with the following specifications below...

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If the icon is not found, the printer is not registered... See Setup Guide for Mac to register the printer...

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Is the printer set to Pause? If Paused is displayed for the products icon (EPSON PP-xxx-xxxxxx), follow the steps below to resume the printer...

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Please contact Customer Support if this still does not resolve the problem... When making inquiries, please provide information about your operating environment (including the PC model, names and versions of software applications, and other peripheral models), name of this product, and its serial number...

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The product can be damaged if you leave the drive tray open when turning on the power of the product... Be sure to always close the drive tray...

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Turn the power of the product off and then on again... If the printer tray still does not come out, perform the procedure below...

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7 Remove the disc, and close the disc cover... The printer tray automatically closes when the power is turned on in Step 9...

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3 Remove the two screws to remove the rear printer cover... If the disc can be removed, eject the disc and reattach the rear printer cover... If the disc cannot be removed, proceed to the procedure below...

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7 Remove the disc, and close the disc cover... The printer tray automatically closes when the power is turned on in Step 9...

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Do not tilt the used maintenance box... Otherwise ink may leak... Do not touch the ink ejection port of the maintenance box or the inside of the box

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6 Grasp the fixture as shown in the figure below, and push the printer tray in the direction of the arrow indicated below...

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13 Insert the power plug into the outlet, and turn on the power...

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Disc Recording Surface is Stained with Ink When the disc recording surface is stained with ink, the printer tray may be dirty... Clean the printer tray by following the procedure below...

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8 Close the disc cover... The printer tray automatically closes when the power is turned on in Step 10...

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4 Grasp the fixture as shown in the figure below, and push the printer tray in the direction of the arrow indicated below...

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8 Close the disc cover... The printer tray automatically closes when the power is turned on in Step 10...

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Do not tilt the used maintenance box... Otherwise ink may leak... Do not touch the ink ejection port of the maintenance box or the inside of the box

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6 Grasp the fixture as shown in the figure below, and push the printer tray in the direction of the arrow indicated below...

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14 Insert the power plug into the outlet, and turn on the power...

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If your Epson product is not operating properly and you cannot solve the problem using the troubleshooting information in your product documentation, contact customer support services for assistance... If customer support for your area is not listed below, contact the dealer where you purchased your product...

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If you need the latest drivers, FAQs, manuals, or other downloadable, access:

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Epson (Thailand) CO... , Ltd... 195 Empire Tower 42nd Floor,

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Since this product uses galvanized sheet metal, rusting may occur at the edges, but this will not harm the functionality of the product...

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Depending on the operating environment and discs used, the writing speed may become slower than the set speed... (This is to ensure recording quality is maintained... )

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*: Guaranteed number of products that can process jobs published from one connected PC at the same time...

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If you select 2... 4x for DVD-R/DVD-R DL, write speed will be set to 2x... If you select 2x for DVD+R/DVD+R DL, write speed will be set to 2... 4x... CD/DVD discs created with this products drive may not be able to be recognized,

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Approx... 52W Approx... 41 W Approx... 30 W Approx... 40 W

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Consumables and Options To purchase consumables and options, check with the dealer where you purchased your product or access one of the following URLs:

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