3 Squeeze the edge guide as you slide it all the way to the
Tip: If the clear plastic feeder guard is in the way, move it
4 Load letter- or A4-size paper against the right edge and
behind the tab, with the printable side face up.
5 Slide the edge guide over.
Connect the phone cord
To fax, connect the included phone cord to a telephone wall
jack and to the LINE port on your product. To connect a
telephone or answering machine, see the Quick Guide.
Note: If you’re connecting to a DSL phone line, you must use a DSL
filter or you won’t be able to fax. Contact your DSL provider for the
Read these instructions before using your product.
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Caution: Do not open ink cartridge packages until you are ready to
install the ink. Cartridges are vacuum packed to maintain reliability.
Remove all protective materials.
1Connect the power cable.
Caution: Do not connect to your computer yet.
2Press theOn button.
1 To select English as your language, press OK.
(If you want to change the language, press or to
select it, then press OK.)
2 Select your Country/Region and press OK.
3 Select the current Daylight Saving Time setting (Winter
or Summer) and press OK.
4 Select the Date format and press OK.
5Press the number keys to enter the Date and press OK.
6Select the Time format (12h or 24h) and press OK.
7 Press the number keys to enter the Time. Then press
or to select AM or PM, if necessary.
Install ink cartridges
Note: Do not load paper yet.
1 Lift up the scanner.
2Open the cartridge cover.
3 Shake the ink cartridges gently 4 or 5 times, then unpack
4Remove only the yellow tape from each cartridge.
Caution: Don’t remove any other seals or the cartridges may
5Insert the cartridges in the holder for each color.
6Press each cartridge down until it clicks.
7Close the cartridge cover. Press down until it clicks.
8Lower the scanner.
9 Press the OK button to charge the ink.
Priming takes about 2½ minutes.
Note: Your printer ships with full cartridges and part of the ink
from the first cartridges is used for priming the printer.
Caution: Don’t turn off the printer while it is priming or you’ll
1 Open the paper support and pull up the extensions.
2 Pull out the output tray extensions and raise the stopper.
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Below, you will find the most frequently asked questions about the Epson WorkForce 320.
What is the best way to remove jammed paper from my printer?
It is best to gently pull the paper out of the printer. Turn the printer off, and make sure that the printhead is not hanging over the paper and that no paper remains in the printer.
How come my printer does not accept original cartridges?
Non-genuine cartridges may not be recognised by the printer. In that case you will receive a message that the cartridge is empty. The manual of the purchased cartridge usually contains the solution, if this does not work, it is advisable to contact the seller.
How come my prints are of poor quality?
There can be various reasons for poor print quality. Check if the cartridges or toners are full. If so, inkjet printers often require cleaning the printer, the cartridges have dried out, or the print head is broken. With laser printers, calibrating the laser printer is recommended.
What is the difference between a laser printer and an inkjet printer?
A laser printer prints with a toner and an inkjet printer prints with ink.
How come my inkjet printer has black stripes?
In most cases, the inkjet printer cartridge is broken and the cartridge needs to be replaced.
What does DPI stand for?
DPI stands for Dots Per Inch and is the number of ink droplets (per inch) that end up on the paper when printing.