Need to find info/pricing for Xerox 5334 copy machine.
I inherited a large copy machine from someone who got it from his work a couple years ago. I have no idea how much it originally cost and can't find any info on it like how old it is or what it sells for nowadays.
I need to sell this thing as I'm in a bind and need money. Can someone point me in the right direction or give me an educated guesstimate?
It makes 32 copies per minute and can handle 30,000 copies a month. It's digital black & white, can be networked and has features such as binding, stapling and 3 hole punching. I think it cost around $5,000 originally.
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Found old post for diffrent printer see if this info helps. Drums may worj the same even though diffrent models.
Problem with the Xerox Printers
Xerox XD130DF J2 error replace By lgrey on Jun 20, 2008 Xerox XD130DF J2 error replace drum
Best Solution posted 3 years ago
Rating:80%, 98 Votes
Im presuming that your have replaced the drum??
if so : Remove the new drum. On the front of that drum, there is a green cover. Take it off and what has happened is the flag on the gear had dropped in shipping. You will see a flag like piece of plastic on one of the gears, reset it to up and somewhat to the right. Then put the green cover back on That flag has to be in the up position when new. It passes down and actuates a drum reset switch on the machine. When that is back in the up position. re insert the drum and on the first revolution it will turn on the switch.
A paper jam on this machine can be several things. Not seeing the machine, it can be in the fuser area, There is one switch there that can cause a jam. if there is a acornidan jam there the paper has to be removed.
The machine can have a bad cartrige, the pr belt maybe be a cause of the jam espeically if there is a U-7 code. (A false jam) The pr belt timing hole cannot be read by the timing hole sensor. If this is the cause, a broken mount on the copy cartridge unit can cause this problem. The cartridge reciever unit needs to be replaced.
In the registration area there is a jam sensor that can cause this type of jam. If it fell out of place, or the magnet on the back of the acutuator arm has developer beads, can cause the machine to get a jam signal.
Yeah the c20 is not sturdy at all. But that aside. Some things to do. 1, Unplug the machine, remove the back cover and on the right side you will see the main board.On the top portion of the board you will see a white ribbon cable. Unplug it and look at the silver contacts on the very end of that cable. Then reseat that cable. That may be the problem. More than likely though you have either a dirty mirror in the scanner. Which would require removing and cleaning the scanner thoroughly. The laser may also need cleaning. The toner cartridges for that machine leave a lot to be desired also. When you get a bad copy remove the toner, shake it from side to side and see if that fixes the problem temporarily. The blades that put the proper amount of ink on the toner roll fail often. The scanner failing would be my first thought. Also go to Xerox.com, select support and drivers, then enter C20 in the search box. Then go to drivers and downloads and install the newest firmware for the machine. You may have a machine software issue. I have worked on that machine since day one of its existence, I never did care for it. It is a cheap machine made by Sharp corporation for Xerox. It really isn't a Xerox product, they just stuck their sticker on it.
The Xerox solution works slick but you have to read the directions carefully. I've set these up on a variety of machines, including large Xerox multifunction machines. When configured properly, I was able to do everything including scanning just as if it were a hard-wired connection. However, there are other products on the market that will probably do the same job with easier configuration and lower price.