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Re: printer only prints half picture
Are you printing from the computer? if so it would be a good idea to check your settings and try reinstalling the printer and its drivers. To reinstall the printer, uninstall it, unplug it, remove all software ralated to it. Then reinstall the software from the cd or download from the makers website.
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The date and time (and a lot more) are stored with every picture in its EXIF metadata. Any photo viewing/editing program should be able to display this data. To print this data, please consult the documentation for whatever program you're using to print your pictures. Depending on the program and printer you may print the date on the image, in the margins, or on the back.
Here's the manual for the G600. http://www.kodak.com/global/en/service/publications/urg00536toc.jhtml Loading paper is listed under "Getting Started". Remember to load the paper logo side down. Hope this helps.
The thermal print head mechanism is probably jammed (It is the only large heavy metal piece inside the unit). To check, unplug all cords, remove two screws on back of unit, and then carefully lift top off unit. Unplug two ribbon cables that connect the top to the circuit board inside the unit (pull straight out on the circuit board end of the cables). You will see a metal shaft running across the width of the unit, approximately in the center front to back. This shaft drives the print head via a plastic lever on one end and a plastic sector gear on the other end. The sector gear is hidden under the circuit board. Depending on if the teeth of the sector gear are engaged, you should be able to rotate the shaft a fraction of a turn (1/8 to 1/4). If you need access to the sector gear, remove the circuit board by unplugging two more ribbon cables from the circuit board, and 3 screws holding the circuit board to the metal frame. Lift the circuit board and fan/fan-holder straight up as one piece, being careful not to stress the fan wires. Make sure the round metal bosses on the sides of the print head frame are under the plastic lever and sector gear. If this is O.K., check for freedom of gear movement by turning the large gear near the stepper motor in the rear corner of the unit. It should turn easily by pushing the teeth with a small screwdriver. The print head frame should move when the gear is turned.