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Phaser 7700 Power Cable

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Hi,

 

I recently received a Phaser 7700 printer machine without any peripheral cables. I tried to search online to find compatible power cord with no success. Parts websites ask to specify 7700DN/DX/GX, I did not find this info on the printer. It only shows Phaser 7700.

I searched on Amazon with keywords "Phaser Power" and found (https://amzn.com/B00NJLFSCW) and (https://amzn.com/B00VWXMX4A) for newer and older Phaser models. Because the compatible models of the power cords are specified in the listings, I feel they could be slightly different, in size or else, for each model even though they all look the same to me in their listing pictures.

 

I'm hoping someone with more knowledge of these printers could help me identify the compatible power cord that I could use to power up this machine. I have included a picture of the serial number if it helps to look up in the database.

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P.S. I saw below connetor type on the machine, and thought to ask if anyone knows what this is? Is this for data transfers, similar in function to what USB and Ethernet ports, or something else?

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Any help is greatly appreciated!

 

Steve

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Re: Phaser 7700 Power Cable

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Power cable is exactly the same as any desktop PC cable, nothing at all special about it.

2nd one looks like the port for adding additional paper trays, can't tell where it is on the printer from such a close shot.

 

Parts list is on Xerox.com

 

Video of the tray installation

 

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Re: Phaser 7700 Power Cable

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Thanks Joe for the information.

 

Some websites state the power cord does not come with a power adapter, so it will need to be purchased seperately, however, I could not determine in my research where/if any power adapters sold will be compatible and or even needed. Please let me know if you think it's needed, and if you have a part number or keywords or specs info that I can use to search for. As of now, I plan to purchase only the power cord and plug the printer on a surge protector.

 

Thanks Again!

 

Steve

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Re: Phaser 7700 Power Cable

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It has a surge protector built right in as can be seen in your picture, it runs on 120 Volts direct to wall, no power adaptor is used.

There is almost no chance you don't have one sitting in a closet/drawer somewhere

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