Courier, Prestige, Bold PS, Script, Sans Serif, Roman
Draft 9x9; NLQ 18x18
5, 6,7.5, 8.5,10,12,15,17, 20 cpi & PS
68, 81,102, 116, 136,163, 204, 232 & 272
1,2,3,4,6,8,9,12, n/72 n/216 programmable lpi
96 ASCII characters, 96 italic ASCII characters,
33 International characters - 14 language sets & legal;
33 Italic int characters - 14 language sets & legal;
158 IBM special characters - sets 1 & 2; 38 Multi-
240 x 144 dots per inch
Quick access to: Font, Pitch, Tear off, Quiet mode,
Micro line feed & Paper park/load
3.5" disk controls all printer functions. Includes a
Command Reference program and a Wi n d o w s3.1 *
Approx. 76 msec (with 1/6 inch line feeding)
User selectable push or pull, swivel mount, flat belt
FrontFriction Tractor (adjustable)
RearPush Tractor (adjustable)
BottomPull Tractor (adjustable)
TopCut Sheet Feeder (optional)
Continuous: 4.0 to 15.5 in., 14 to 24 lbs. (pull);
16 to 24 lbs. (push), Single Sheet: 4.0 to 16.5 in.,
14 to 24 lbs. Envelopes: #6 & #10
Copies: Up to original + 4 non-carbon copies
Thickness: Maximum thickness less than 0.013 in.
Epson* FX-1170, IBM Proprinter* IIIXL
Centronics parallel, RS-232C serial (optional)
13K (standard), additional 32K (optional)
55 dBA (std. mode), 52 dBA (quiet mode)
Operating: 50°F to 95°F; 20 to 80% humidity
Storage: - 4°F to 140°F; 10 to 90% humidity
6000 hrs MTBF @ 25% duty cycle
Black seamless ribbon; 5 mil chr draft/rolling ASCII
Limited 2 years - parts & labor
See your dealer for details.
23.2 (w) x 16.0 (d) x 6.8 (h) inches; 31 lbs.
Standby 16W; Max 150W
Automatic Single Bin Cut Sheet Feeder (KX-P38)
32K Buffer Chip (KX-P44) RS-232C with Current
Loop Serial Interface; 19.2K BPS (KX-PS13)
RS-232C Non Current Loop Serial Interface;
9600 BPS (KX-PS14)
•500 cps maximum draft print speed
•16.5” carriage allows for a wide variety of paper
•User-selectable push/pull tractor for versatile
•Rear, bottom, front & top feeds provide a wide
variety of paper paths
•Energy Star compliancy verifies Panasonic's
commitment to helping preserve the
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Below, you will find the most frequently asked questions about the Panasonic KX-P3696.
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 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 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.
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.
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.
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.