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  1. #1
    Service Manager 1,000+ Posts
    Working on Sharp

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    Working on Sharp

    I did some forum searching, just basically trying to get a feel on transitioning to Sharp.

    I've loved Kyocera in the past and I have grown to like Konica.

    So how do Sharps rank?

    Do their newer and older models have continuity? or can a new tech not service older machines without additional training.

    How involved are routine consumables? (for example, replacing KM tray 2 rollers could take 25 minutes)

    where is their training school located?

    anything else useful thanks!

  2. #2
    Senior Tech 100+ Posts
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    Re: Working on Sharp

    training sites are in Chicago, New Jersey, Atlanta, and So CAl. The fedd rollers are easy to replace less than 5 min. I don"t think there consumables last as long as they should. And there warranty is terriable.


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