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Becoming familiar with my KODAK Picture Saver Scanner

Scanner cover — provides access to internal components; such as, the imaging area and the feed and separation modules.

Input tray — holds photos or documents.

Function window displays numbers 1 through 9 indicating Smart Touch tasks (i.e., Color PDF, Black and White PDF, etc.). For more information about Smart Touch functionality, see the Smart Touch User’s Guide.

Start button — illuminates or flashes indicating scanner status.

  • Steady green: ready to scan
  • Flashing green: preparing to scan
  • Steady red: scanner not communicating with the PC
  • Flashing red: error indication such as, Scanner Cover Open, in conjunction with the Function window displaying an “E”.

Scroll buttons — press the Up or Down scroll buttons to select a Smart Touch task.

Output tray — collects the scanned photos or documents.

 

Side guides — slide the guides back and forth to accommodate the size of photos you are scanning.

Paper path sensor — tracks the movement of paper and photos through the scanner.

Feed module cover — this cover needs to be removed when cleaning or replacing the feed module or feed module tires.

Feed module, rollers and separation module — provides smooth feeding and separation of various sizes, thicknesses and textures of photos.

Open imaging area — for optimum image quality, keep the imaging area clean. Do not blow air into the camera.

Closed imaging area — for optimum image quality, keep the imaging area clean. This area can be cleaned using the Kodak-approved cleaning supplies. 

Separation module release lever — push this lever down to release the separation module for cleaning or replacement.

Gap release lever — allows you to manually adjust the space between the feed module and separation module for photos that require special handling, e.g., photos that are badly torn.

Scanner cover release lever — opens the scanner to allow access to the paper path for cleaning or clearing a jam.

Paper present sensor — detects the presence of photos or documents in the input tray.


Power port — connects the power to the scanner.

USB port — connects the scanner to the PC.

Routing channel — allows you to secure the USB cable and power cord to protect them when the scanner is moved.

Security lock port — connects a security lock to the scanner (similar to the security lock port used for a laptop). You can purchase a standard security lock at an office supply store. Refer to the instructions provided with the security lock for installation procedures.

Power switch — turns the scanner on and off.

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