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About Color Print Paper Sheet Sets (optional)

You must use one of the sets shown in the following chart:





• Standard Print Paper (50 Sheets)

Print your favorite images, just like

(Standard type)

• Ink Cassette (50 Prints)






Super-Fine High Grade Paper

Make customized picture postcards,

(Glossy type)

(25 Sheets)

greeting cards, etc. with less color


• Ink Cassette (25 Prints)

fading compared to standard paper.




Before Printing

Do not touch the printing side of the paper.

Insert the printing paper shiny side up (the side with no printing on it) in the paper tray. A paper jam could result if the paper is inserted with the wrong side facing up.

Do not use folded, creased, curly, or perforated paper in the printer. Doing so could result in a paper jam or other malfunction.

Do not use paper that is wet or damp. Printing may not be possible and paper jamming may occur.

Do not touch or pull out the ink cassette’s ink sheet.

Keep young children away from the ink cassette’s ink sheet.

When the ink cassette is empty, replace it with a new one. A spent ink cassette cannot be reused. Do not try to rewind and re-use cassette.

Do not expose the paper to high tempera- tures, high humidity and/or direct sunlight.

You can write on the back side of a print sheet.

If you want to write something or stick a stamp on a sheet, wait until printing is finished. If you write something or stick something on before printing, the printer may not work properly.

Carefully read the precautions in the color print paper sheet set box and on the back of the color print paper sheet set before using.

After Printing

If you touch a fresh print with wet hands, the print image may be discolored.

If a print absorbs organic cleaning solvents (alcohol, ester, keton, etc.), the colors will fade.

If cellophane tape or soft PVC are affixed to a print, the chemical reaction will cause accelerated color fading.

When writing on a print sheet, be sure to use a pencil or an oil-based writing utensil. If you apply too much pressure, you’ll leave imprints on the print sheet.


Avoid storing prints in areas subject to high temperatures or humidity, or near a heater or heat-generating device.

Do not store prints in a soft plastic folder. Accelerated color fading may result due to the chemical reaction, or the print(s) may stick to the folder.

Do not store 2 prints with the printed sides touching, as the sheets may stick together.

Store print paper in its box, on a level surface. Failure to do so may cause the print paper to curl or bend, which can result in a paper jam within the unit.