Epson 1640XL manual

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    Using Optional Equipment 33 Chapter 3 Using Optional Equipment There ar e three op tions a vailab[...]

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    34 Transparen cy Unit Unpacking the T ransparency Unit Make sure that a ll of the fo llowing it em[...]

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    Using Optional Equipment 35 Removing the Shipping Screws To prevent dama ge during shi pping, tw[...]

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    36 Transparen cy Unit 4. Align the transpar ency unit’s pins with the h ole s in the scann[...]

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    Using Optional Equipment 37 8. Connec t the transp arency unit’s connecto r to the op tion ([...]

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    38 Transparen cy Unit Loading 35 mm film Follow th ese steps to load 35 m m positive or negati v[...]

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    Using Optional Equipment 39 5. Place the 35 mm fil mstrip guide on the document tabl e, and a[...]

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    40 Transparen cy Unit Loading 35 mm slides Follow th ese steps to load 35 m m slides: 1. Load sli[...]

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    Using Optional Equipment 41 Loading 4 × 5-inc h film Follow th ese steps to load 4 × 5-inch[...]

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    42 Transparen cy Unit Loading 120-size or 220-si ze (medium f ormat) film Follow these ste ps to l[...]

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    Using Optional Equipment 43 Loading non-stan dard siz ed film Follow th ese ste ps to loa d non-s[...]

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    44 Transparen cy Unit Scanning Reflective Documents To scan reflective document s with the transp [...]

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    Using Optional Equipment 45 Adjusting the Transp arency Guide Scanning Angle If your scanne d i[...]

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    46 Automatic Document Feeder Installing the Automatic Document Feeder Follow th e steps below to[...]

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    Using Optional Equipment 47 5. Pla ce th e tw o knobs inc luded with the ADF bes ide the sca[...]

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    48 Automatic Document Feeder 9. Peel the backing from the stopper and fr om t he pape r eje ct [...]

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    Using Optional Equipment 49 ■ Is not bound. ■ Has no carbon coating. Follow th ese steps t[...]

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    50 Automatic Document Feeder Insert the document un til it mee ts resista nce. If your document [...]

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    Using Optional Equipment 51 Fixing Paper Jams If a paper ja m occurs, fo llow these s teps to cle[...]

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    52 IEEE 1394 Fi reWire Scanner Interface Card 3. If pape r jams in th e pape r ejec t posit i[...]

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    Using Optional Equipment 53 Installing the Card in You r Scanner Before you begin, turn off the s[...]