Printer specifications and requirements
Delivery access requirements
For proper operation, the printer must be perfectly level. On
floors less than two degrees out of level, installation personnel
use a leveling kit to level the machine.
NOTE: The printer will not function properly on floors more than
two degrees out of level.
If the floor is more than two degrees out of level, this condition
cannot be corrected by the leveling kit. Another suitable location
must be found for the printer to be installed properly.
For your reference, two degrees represents a height discrepancy
of approximately 3.8 inches / 9.6 cm measured at the casters
with the printer tilting from left to right, or approximately 0.7
inches / 1.8 cm with the printer tilting from back to front.
If you move the printer unit after its initial installation, it is your
responsibility to make sure that the printer can be leveled
properly. If you do not have the leveling kit (the printer in its initial
location did not require it), and you need one to level the printer
in a new location, contact your Xerox site representative to
It is easy to overlook the path required to move the equipment
from the truck to the operation site. To determine access, ask the
Does the equipment need to go up stairs?
Do you have an elevator, if the equipment is to be located
above the first floor?
Is the elevator large enough for the equipment?
How wide are the hallways and doorways?
Do you have a loading dock or a specific door to which the
equipment should be delivered?
You need to review these issues prior to, or at the time of, the site
inspection conducted by your service representative.
The equipment dimensions are specified earlier in this chapter,
so it is easy to determine whether your hallways and doorways
are wide enough to permit access.
Installation Planning Guide