View Poll Results: Years Servicing Office Equipment

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  • 1-3 Years

    40 6.24%
  • 3-6 Years

    38 5.93%
  • 6-10 Years

    61 9.52%
  • 10-15 Years

    97 15.13%
  • 15-20 Years

    89 13.88%
  • 20-30 Years

    204 31.83%
  • 30 + Years

    112 17.47%
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  1. #121
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    How Long Servicing Office Equipment

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    1985 started at Canon
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    Copiers are only as good as there last service

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    Geek Extraordinaire 2,500+ Posts KenB's Avatar
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    TDL

    Too Damn Long


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    Since July 1977 thats coming up 34 years and in the region of 1,305,600 miles and in approx 34,560 service calls


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    28 years! You would do a shorter sentence for Manslaughter! Bring back the good old days of moving plattens & fusers that set paper on fire (for those who remember the old AB Dick machines) I wonder sometimes whether im working for a copier manufacturer or Microsoft!


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    How Long Servicing Office Equipment

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    The Graph above (20-30 years) shows how lucky this trade is to have such a committed work force.
    Or is it showing how sad we are not to have moved on............................?


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    23 years this year!
    still trying to find a proper job


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    Quote Originally Posted by trevorgee View Post
    23 years this year!
    still trying to find a proper job
    I'm still trying to DO a proper job!

    2000 mockingbirds = 2 kilomockingbirds

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    I started back in 1973 which means I have done 38 years lard labour for some crime a swear I never committed.Still the early days were fun,anybody remember Remington office equipment.Mostly typewriters but they did do copiers,document storsge units and calculators.


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    And How!
    Remember the time to do A and B transports and then MOD A248 the screaming drill noise!!


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    Have not read all the thread. But I started working on "office equipment " when in the army. In 1972. First machines I worked on were IBM keypunch machines and card sorting/coallating machines. The 088 and the 188. Those gems had solid core memory storage. How many othere remember what that was?


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