Support Scanners DS Series Epson WorkForce DS-760

How can I scan thick or special paper?

  • Note: You can load only one large or legal original at a time.

    You can load a single envelope or large, thick, or folded original in the input tray. Make sure the original meets the specifications for special originals before loading it.
    1. Pull up the input tray extension, extend the output tray, and flip up the stopper.

      Note: If you are scanning originals longer than Letter (8.5 × 11 inches [216 × 279 mm]) size, do not flip up the stopper.

    2. Slide the input tray edge guides all the way out.
    3. Do one of the following to load your original:
      • Load a large or thick original or an envelope in the input tray as shown. Make sure the printed side is facedown with the top edge first.
      • For a folded original, fold and load the original as shown.

        Do not load the document with the open side facing down.

      • For a photo or an irregularly-shaped original, use an optional carrier sheet to load the document. Do the following to load the document into the carrier sheet:
        • If the original is smaller than the carrier sheet, insert it in the center of the sheet with the printed side facedown and the top facing the arrow on the sheet.
        • If the original is larger than the carrier sheet, fold it in half with the sides to be scanned facing out. Position the right side of the original at the front of the sheet with the top facing the arrow on the sheet.
    4. Slide the original into the scanner until it meets resistance.
    5. Slide the edge guides against the edges of the sheet
    6. Set the page separation lever to the position shown here.

      Note: To prevent paper jams, make sure to set the separation lever back to its original position when scanning standard single- or multi- page documents.

    Related references
    User Replaceable Epson Scanner Parts
    Page Separation Lever
Published:  21-Feb-2014 Was this helpful? Thank you for the feedback!
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