Table of Contents It’s Illegal ... 2 FCC Compliance ... 2 Introduction to your Stacker ... 3 Safety Notes ... 4 Identifying the Parts on the Stacker ... 6 Location of the Stacker Serial Number ... 7 Stacker Operation ... 7 Stacker Jam Clearance ...
It’s Illegal In the USA It is against U.S. law to copy copyrighted material without permission of the copyright owner unless the copying falls within the “Fair Use” library reproduction rights of the copyright law. Further information on these U.S. provisions may be obtained from the Copyright Office, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
Congratulations on acquiring your new Stacker. This User Guide provides information that is needed to operate the Stacker. The information below is needed when you call your Xerox support experts. 1. Customer Account Number: __________________ 2. Stacker Serial Number: _____________________ To Locate the Stacker Serial Number, refer to page 7.
FOLLOW all warnings and instructions marked on or supplied with the product. UNPLUG the stacker from the wall outlet before cleaning. Always use materials supplied or approved by Xerox. Use of other materials may result in poor performance and could create a hazardous situation.
- The stacker still does not work, or continues to malfunction, after following the procedures in this User Guide. If you need additional safety information concerning the copier or materials supplied by Xerox, you may call the following toll-free number: 1-800-828-6571.
Identifying the Parts on the Stacker Upper Panel Assembly Stacker Unit Release Handle Thumb Screws Inlet Media Supports Release Handle Frame Assembly Power Switch Power Indicator Light Printed Wiring Board (Transmission) Printed Wiring Board (Reception)
Location of the Stacker Serial Number In order to locate the serial number of your stacker, you must first push down the release lever and slide the stacker away from the printer. The serial number plate is located on the left of the front cover facing the printer.
Stacker Relocation The stacker cannot be moved except by a DRC rigger. To ensure that the stacker operates reliably after moving it to a new location, consider the following guidelines: · The new location must provide minimum clearances around the stacker.