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Re: Xerox Phaser 6100 BD
It should be on the start up or configuration page.
I know there is no info in any documentation that tells you where to gain that info.
I can't remember exactly what page it is on, but the count is on one of those 2 pages.
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I know the phaser 7400, 7700, 7750 and 7760 are usable with transfer paper, as well as the larger platforms such as the 250. I have thought that the 6120 can be used for that. It has a fuser, and most every product that uses a fusing type ink should be able to use transfer paper.
If you are looking for them free, I really can't tell you how to get one. Only place I can tell you where you can purchase the documentation is 1-800-828-5881 and follow the prompts. That is te line to Xerox parts.
Not sure thats the route you want to go. But honestly it's the only one I know to get proper service documentation.
Hi Sud, I have searched the driver for your printer, and i found one similar from the one you were looking for a printer driver for win vista. I copied and paste the link below for you to download it into your pc.
I was looking on http://office.support.xerox.com and I really hate there way of doing this. They advised that sometime below 30% you start to notice lines missing they advise (old School) to open the front panel remove the toner it solid across the front. if it is not to shake the toner to distribute the toner evenly again. They also advised that thier display panel doesn't always show when it is empty. I wish I could help more, but it sounds like they need to catch up alittle with thier printer warning.