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    Mita?

    Staight up I\'m not the best guy to rate the things
    I worked on Mita\'s from 1987 to about 2003.
    Kyrocera mita at the time were great (except anything that
    started with a 40 or 60)
    On the HVC
    copiers I\'ve found that Minolta and Konica kicked
    Butt on mita as far as time between calls and
    also longer pm cycles and machine longetivity, plus mitas run so frickin dirty.
    Now on the LVC side the 1435 is pretty hard to
    debate, yea it ran a little dirty but those damn things
    run and run, as long as you clean them every few months
    they were awsome.
    We still have hundreds of those in the field.
    They just won\'t die.
    Thanks for letting me vent.

    Post edited by: dqydj, at: 2005/10/11 19:18


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    Re:Mita?

    I have been a Mita guy for a ling time. At one point it almost caused me to jam a phillips head screwdriver through my temple and give it a twist (DC-513). But Kyocera changed everything!!!!!! Everything over 25 ppm has a 500k pm cycle and as a bonus, the things even work. Add that to a great warranty, and mostly reliable accessories and I\'m a happy camper.



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    Re:Mita?

    10871087 wrote:
    I have been a Mita guy for a ling time. At one point it almost caused me to jam a phillips head screwdriver through my temple and give it a twist (DC-513). But Kyocera changed everything!!!!!! Everything over 25 ppm has a 500k pm cycle and as a bonus, the things even work. Add that to a great warranty, and mostly reliable accessories and I\'m a happy camper.
    I see the small kyocera machines every so often, they run great but the new ones aren\'t the most operator friendly when it comes to functions other then straight copying.

    Who wants a Hulka Burger?

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    Re:Mita?

    I CAME I THE BUSINESS RIGHT BEFORE THE BUY OUT
    WHEN I STARTED WE HAD 5 TECHS AND 95 CALLS ON THE BOARD NOW WITH KYOCERA WE HAVE 3 TECHS AND 5 TO 15 CALLS
    GREAT PRODUCT JUST SOME ELECTRICAL ISSUES


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