Kodak EasyShare G600 Printer Troubleshoot

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Kodak EasyShare G600 Printer Troubleshoot
Print directly from a USB drive via stand-alone mode. (usb flash drive image by Bosko Martinovic from Fotolia.com)

Released in 2006, the Kodak EasyShare G600 printer dock may be used as a stand-alone printer with a Kodak digital camera or may be connected to a computer as a photo printer. The G600 utilises the dye sublimation process and not a standard inkjet printing process, which means that each print makes four passes through the printer. Kodak EasyShare G600 owners should purchase ink and paper kits designed for the G600. The G600 features an optional battery pack that allows owners to print in remote locations.

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  • Kodak digital camera

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  1. 1

    Update the Kodak EasyShare G600's drivers and firmware (see Resources).

  2. 2

    Check that your computer meets the minimum system requirements if you are using the printer with a computer.

  3. 3

    Connect the printer to a computer instead of using stand-alone mode if you have saved your digital photographs in a format other than JPG or if your printed photographs are discoloured or cropped.

  4. 4

    Ensure that you are using Kodak colour cartridge and paper kits and not generic inkjet paper or ink when attempting to print with the G600.

  5. 5

    Reduce the amount of paper you load in the paper tray. Do not load more than 30 sheets at a time to prevent paper jams, multiple pages running through the printer at one time and other paper-related errors.

  6. 6

    Unplug the printer's power cord and the USB cable that attaches it to your computer, if applicable. Reattach the cables after 10 seconds and attempt to print again.

  7. 7

    Reseat the camera in the dock if the printer does not detect it.

  8. 8

    Move the EasyShare G600 printer to a cooler location, as excessive heat and sunlight may cause the G600 to operate incorrectly. Ensure that no objects block the top and back of the printer.

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