$311.46

Xerox WorkCentre 3335/DNI Monochrome Multifunction Printer, Amazon Dash Replenishment Ready, Blue/white

4 out of 5
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The affordable Workcentre 3335 is built for fast, nimble small offices that depend on mobile computing and need a black and white all in one printer that can keep up with them. This device was designed for high-demand print environments, printing 2-Sided Print jobs on letter and legal documents…

3 reviews for "Xerox WorkCentre 3335/DNI Monochrome Multifunction Printer, Amazon Dash Replenishment Ready, Blue/white"

  1. :

    I have spent countless hours on the phone with Xerox trying to make this “All In One” Printer/Scanner work. They sent a technician out who was also unable to fix it. Let me start by saying, when I ordered this I also paid extra money to have someone come install it. The installation part was cancelled by Amazon. I have now had the printer 3 weeks and so far, it prints, once in awhile. It does not scan, it does not copy, it does not fax. Finally, after 3 weeks with Xerox trying to make it work, they are sending me a new one. Xerox is send me a new one, not the seller, not Amazon. I am behind on work because the scanner and copier don’t work not to mention the horrible headache this has been since day one. I am extremely disappointed and very irritated. I can’t run a business if the main office equipment doesn’t work.

  2. :

    I have spent countless hours on the phone with Xerox trying to make this “All In One” Printer/Scanner work. They sent a technician out who was also unable to fix it. Let me start by saying, when I ordered this I also paid extra money to have someone come install it. The installation part was cancelled by Amazon. I have now had the printer 3 weeks and so far, it prints, once in awhile. It does not scan, it does not copy, it does not fax. Finally, after 3 weeks with Xerox trying to make it work, they are sending me a new one. Xerox is send me a new one, not the seller, not Amazon. I am behind on work because the scanner and copier don’t work not to mention the horrible headache this has been since day one. I am extremely disappointed and very irritated. I can’t run a business if the main office equipment doesn’t work.

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    The setup of this entry-level SOHO printer is baroque, comparable to that of its larger industrial-grade cousins. Scenario: you plan to take advantage of basic operations. The copier will work out of the box (duh!). Scan to USB will work out of the box, more or less. Print from PC will require drivers installation, as usual , so YMMV depending on you operating system and your skill for a little sysadmin. However, there is still the first-power-on setup to take care of, including setting an administrative password (an inescapable, required, mandatory step). Having attempted to overlook this latter on my first try (it’s my personal micro office printer), I ended up locking myself out of the printer that was, accordingly, semi-disabled. A fix required finding out the default password, and resetting the lock. Neither was particularly easy… The default password, according to incorrect (obsoleted) info from the xerox web site, could have been the 1111 four-digit pin, but it was not. It turned out to be the serial number of the printer, available (among the rest) from the sticker in the back. To reset the lockout the support website said call service (oh, no, the ghastly 800 number…) but — another support page said (for a different model) — just try a power cycle. Fortunately the latter worked, phew. So, a word to the wise, DO set up that password when asked, and write it down somewhere. And that was the beginning… I run on Linux (Ubuntu 18 LTS) and windows 7, so installing drivers was a bit of a hit and miss, but yes, there are (proprietary) drivers for Linux in .deb and .rpm packages (not much readily available documentation, tho). A little more advanced scenario: If you plan to add remote scanning over the network, be aware that the most recent .exe installer (2/2020) from the website will not (at least on window 7) install any scan functionality even after (yes, you need to do that) enabling aministratively the network TWAIN service from the http control center of the printer. For any advanced scenarios, you need be at least somewhat familiar with a good alphabet soup of network acronyms. The good part: most printers these days follow the logic of shaving products: “the razor is a loss leader, sell them the blades.” Since the paper feeder of my previous laser MFP (a much simpler small workhorse) started jamming way too often, I was looking for a replacement with a workable cost for expendable (toner, drum) items given a modest, but not trivial, duty service requirement. The Xerox 3335 seems, at least on paper, to fit the bill. Time will tell.

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