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Tuesday, February 19, 2002
Seiko CDP4000 CD Printer

2. Connections - Installing Ink Catridges

Seiko Precision CDP-4000 CD-R Printer - Page 2

Connections - Installing Ink Catridges

SEIKO Precision CD Printer 4000 can be connected to the computer via parallel or USB interface. We connected the printer through the USB port and powered with 220V AC. The printer accepts colored and black ink cartridges. The cartridges are equipped with IC chips. This chip accurately monitors the amount of ink used by each cartridge, so even if a cartridge is removed and inserted again, all of its ink can be used. To install the cartridges you firstly lower the output tray.

And open the printer cover. Then you turn on the printer. The print head moves to the left, which is the ink cartridge installation position. The power led flashes and the error led comes on. Notice that you should not move the print head by hand, something like that might damage the printer. Push back the release tabs and lift up the ink cartridge clamps. Open the ink cartridge packages. Next, remove only the yellow tape seals from each cartridge. These tapes should not be removed from the cartridges before installation.

Then, place the protruding of the cartridge on the hook of the opened ink cartridge clamps. Make sure that the protruding of the cartridge is not under the hook of the opened ink cartridge clamps, as this can damage the clamps. Lower the ink cartridge clamps until they lock into place, and press the ink cartridge replacement button.

The printer moves the printer head and begins charging the ink delivery system for about half a minute. Notice that the printer cannot work unless you have installed both cartridges. While the ink is charging, the power light flashes and the printer produces a variety of mechanical sounds.

These sounds are normal. When the ink delivery system has been charged, the print head returns to the far right position and the power light comes on. As for the ink cartridges price, both color and black ink cartridges are sold at 20 pounds each.




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