Don’t bother trying to find a tray unless you get a really good deal on the part and you actually print photos. What I’ve done on these (since I don’t use the photo printing function) when they break since it DOES impact the printer is I use a T10 Torx driver and discard the dedicated photo tray. This fix isn’t the best since it eliminates a feature of the printer, but it’s the best way to fix the issue in a pinch and usually doesn’t hurt most owners. This is a photo printer in the sense the function is there but it’s a CMYK machine which has a limited color palette anyway.
The problem is there is a plastic piece that snaps as the printer ages that has broken and it cannot be fixed without a replacement tray. This is why I usually recommend a delete if you don’t print photos. If you do, this is not the best option and it will become annoying to live with.
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