After a lot of research I found other part numbers for exit tray:
I dont know from where you can buy it. I am not in the US.
And for the optional exit fan: it help to cool down the paper that exit from the machine. Also I find two part no. for exit fan: 127K45690 and 498K18110.
Thanks for the extra clarity regarding the part numbers! That's helpful.
So it sounds like if we want the offset catch tray, we need to look for either '050K50987' or possibly '497K02420', correct?
- Any good resources on where we could purchase this in the U.S.?
We have a support contract with Xerox on this machine, but calls into them get transferred a bunch of times and nobody seems to be able to help us. There is a local company that I believe is contracted with Xerox here, but they are not getting back to us either (we bought our machine used from a private party, not from them, so maybe that's why we don't get stellar support?!?).
I find the '497K02420' part at Staples (see listing here »), but the description doesn't state offset, and the price ($60) doesn't seem to match other instances I've seen it, where it's more like almost $300. Some other sites I find it on are either international, or look a bit sketchy.
- And would the optional exit fan have potentially ANY affect on paper not getting too hot and possibly jamming in machine, especially when duplexing heavy stock or something? If it's just to make paper coolor only after existing machine, we'll just wait a minute before grabbing...
50K codes are used in the service manual as spare parts, while 497K codes are codes for sales people as parts of equipment, when selling and adding options (eg output tray).
MRCAnalyst is right about the device with output fans, it is your choice whether you buy it or not.
The difference between OCT and SCT is that OCT separates between sets.
That wing is usually used for another option: offline stapler
I talked to my most trusted hardware specialist co-worker and he said that the exit fan is not required. However all of the units that I have supported have come with it installed. It is there as a safety feature. If you run thicker coated stocks the increased fusing temperature can cause them to be hot when they exit and if you pick them up too soon that might bother some people. The fan is there to cool them down as they exit. If you're running primarily thinner and uncoated stock then you don't need it.
I'm pretty sure that you don't need that wing table either, but without a picture on the Staples site I don't really know what it is. I'm more of a systems (software) person than a hardware person.
Thanks for the quick reply! Any tips on where to purchase the legitimate part in the U.S.? Google search only brought up a couple places that looked a hair sketchy, and listed other part numbers.
Is there a chance that there may be multiple part numbers that would be used for the same item? We called a place that sells used printers & accessories, and they said they had it, but listed it as '050K60730'.
Then, we also found an online parts pricing sheet that listed different output configurations for a C60. For the standard offset tray, it listed 3 part numbers (maybe a kit?!?): 497K02420 (offset tray), 497K02450 (tray wing), and 497K06800 (exit fan kit). We were able to locate the offset tray & tray wing at Staples.com and one other place, for only $60 & $30 resepectively (see example here). The exit fan was more like $300. Do we need each of these pieces for the output side to be complete??
Thanks again for any help here!
Te part number for SCT (Simple Catch Tray) is 050K50991 and for the OCT (Offset Catch Tray) is 050K50987.
Hi, we have a C60 with a stapler/hole-punch finisher. It has what appears to be 2 part numbers - 'D3A' or 'A-FN07'. It's too big for our new office, so we need to swap it out for whatever the 'standard' output tray unit would be for a C60. Just having a bit of trouble figuring out what that would be so we can look into purchasing one.
- Anyone know what the standard output tray product number would be for a C60?
We'll probably need to sell our finisher, if we can find someone for local pickup (SoCal).