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Old Jun 27, 2005, 6:45 PM   #691
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Hey Fellas,
I too received my tray today....absolutely astounding!!
As near to perfect as you can get!
I now see why the US does not want them here...
As a test I scanned a commercial DVD and printed to printable media....
Virtually IDENTICAL!
I am still working the deals I mentioned above.
If I can buy in the quantity I think I can, I will set up a secret ebay area for just us and make sure our people are covered first.
I had to pay $49.00 for the one I won on ebay but It's worth it to me.
But if my deal goes through, you guys will be able to get one each for near cost before I sell outside here.
Remember, that is IF I can make this deal happen...right now it looks pretty good.
This forum helped me and many others, I'll not forget that.
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Old Jun 27, 2005, 6:49 PM   #692
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zakezuke, the last part number you mention is the US part we already have (please see my earlier post) The part you meant to type (I believe) is: QM2-1239-000.
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Thanks blake, stand corrected... My bad... Why the heck 1241 was in my buffer I have no clue... perhaps it was a left over when I was searching for what the other one was.

*QM2-1239-000 CDR TRAY BASE UNIT W/ CDR <---- blake is correct
QM2-1241-000 INNER COVER UNIT W/O CDR <----- I was wrong

After receiving my tray today, now I'm sure the QM2-1239-000 is simply our QM2-1241-000 with the small plastic piece removed.
Removing the plastic piece is easy, so we can forget trying to order that part.
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Old Jun 27, 2005, 8:54 PM   #693
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I'm sure the QM2-1239-000 is simply our QM2-1241-000 with the small plastic piece removed.


Actually it has some rollers on it, but I don't see the need for it at all.

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Old Jun 27, 2005, 10:34 PM   #694
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Actually it has some rollers on it, but I don't see the need for it at all.
Well, if you're too lazy to hit resume and push it in. Actually for me it would be somewhat useful... I tend to sit....1.2 to 1.5m or so away from my monitor, and until I move my printer it's further away than my arm, but just the right distance to put in the tray. While the first time printing a CD/DVD it would likely eject the tray, the 2nd time around it would be "kinda nice" to just press ok.

I know it sounds silly, but my right arm is somewhat torqued from having to deal with a bum keyboard placed in an improper position, so i'm thinking more today about anything I do with my right arm. My replacement has arived, though not a split euro like the old one it atleast is of a somewhat low impact design.

Others just want to fill the hole with something.
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Old Jun 27, 2005, 11:06 PM   #695
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I don't have to hit resume or push my tray in. Once I've got it loaded it pulls itself in and prints, never had it eject on me once.

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Actually it has some rollers on it, but I don't see the need for it at all.
Well, if you're too lazy to hit resume and push it in. Actually for me it would be somewhat useful... I tend to sit....1.2 to 1.5m or so away from my monitor, and until I move my printer it's further away than my arm, but just the right distance to put in the tray. While the first time printing a CD/DVD it would likely eject the tray, the 2nd time around it would be "kinda nice" to just press ok.

I know it sounds silly, but my right arm is somewhat torqued from having to deal with a bum keyboard placed in an improper position, so i'm thinking more today about anything I do with my right arm. My replacement has arived, though not a split euro like the old one it atleast is of a somewhat low impact design.

Others just want to fill the hole with something.
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Old Jun 27, 2005, 11:09 PM   #696
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Same here, just have it lined up with arrows and the printer pulls it right in.
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Old Jun 27, 2005, 11:18 PM   #697
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Same here, just have it lined up with arrows and the printer pulls it right in.
Not to be too contrary, I know my mp760 is more tray friendly without the rollers even if it won't actually print on CDs, the results the same as yours. But my ip3000 is another story. Unless i'm touching, applying slight pressure downwards, or pushing slightly with my finger... it won't go in. Also i'm on the epson tray, it might be more slick.
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Old Jun 27, 2005, 11:18 PM   #698
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Question... Does the ip3000 thats on newegg- Retail box.... include the usb cable?? or am I going to have to buy this apart from the printer?? :?

Thanks All!

Oh... I ended up emailing my sister-in-law since I haven't been able to get hold of her. I should hear something soon.

Thanks again!

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Old Jun 27, 2005, 11:21 PM   #699
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Don't know, mine is the ip4000. And it did not have the USB cable.
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Same here, just have it lined up with arrows and the printer pulls it right in.
Not to be too contrary, I know my mp760 is more tray friendly without the rollers even if it won't actually print on CDs, the results the same as yours. But my ip3000 is another story. Unless i'm touching, applying slight pressure downwards, or pushing slightly with my finger... it won't go in. Also i'm on the epson tray, it might be more slick.

Must be the problem then (the Epson tray). I have an IP3000 also.
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