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Copier News

5 Easy Ways to Break Your Copier

Posted by William Albaugh on Jul 28, 2017 9:14:00 AM

No one wants a broken copier.

Copier downtime means office downtime, and your team can’t afford to be unproductive! You might be surprised that a majority of copy service calls involve user error. Nobody means to break a copier, but there are a few things you can do to avoid accidentally causing yours harm. Here are five easy ways to ruin your copy machine.

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Topics: Troubleshooting, Maintenance

4 Questions to Ask Your Copier Tech

Posted by William Albaugh on Jul 17, 2017 9:09:00 AM

What should you be asking your copy technician? If you’re working with the right kind of copy company, your technician is an expert on your copier and many others. What should you ask your tech when you’ve got their attention to ensure your copier is efficient and functional?

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Topics: Copy Industry Secrets, Customer Service, Troubleshooting

3 Copier Issues You Can Fix Yourself

Posted by William Albaugh on Jul 13, 2017 10:19:00 AM

Your copy machine is probably the most important appliance in your office.

Few things are more debilitating than when your copier suddenly stops working, or at least stops working reliably. Even if you choose the best copier on the market, you’ll eventually have to deal with some of the inevitable issues that come with copiers. The good news is, some of the most common copier problems are things you can fix yourself.

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Topics: Tips and Tricks, Troubleshooting

"Why Do My Copies Have Streaks on Them?"

Posted by William Albaugh on Jul 5, 2017 9:55:00 AM

There’s nothing worse than hurrying to the copier for a quick print-out and realizing your copies have ugly black streaks on them.

Streaks aren’t professional!

You (probably) paid good money for your copy machine or copy lease, so you shouldn’t have to deal with streaks. Here’s a look at why your copies may be coming out smudgy, streaky, and lined.

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Topics: Tips and Tricks, Troubleshooting