I don't think it is wise to intentionally spend time and effort to delete information that is still very useful to many clients. The WS7500 series was one of the most popular/durable and will be in widespread use for a long time. This series was still being advertised for new sales in many new Xerox marketing materials designed in 2015-2018 and distributed thereafter for sales! That isn't long ago! I understad Xerox has made a decision to force EOL (end-of-life) and has ceased support for this series. That's a marketing/sales/support corporate decision (a nudge to move on to new products), but to actively spend time and effort to delete valid information seems questionable. Ode to book burning. Just my humble option, although I believe most/all customers would agree!
By the way, just curious... What date was the first WC7556 manufactured? What date was the last WC7556 manufactured? What date did Xerox sell the last WC7556? What date did Xerox cease support for the WC7556?
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The following link (from search on xerox.com)...
opens a PDF file with a title of..
Xerox WorkCentre 7535/7556 Multifunction Printer
however, the contents are for something completely different...
Xerox WorkCentre 5755 (brochure).