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    Re: Which copier was the biggest piece of crap ever?

    Quote Originally Posted by Lagonda View Post
    I had another bloody MP C305 in the back of the car the other day. I parked up in town and went to visit a client when I came back I discovered that the back window had been smashed and a second MP C305 had been stuffed in there.

    I cant agree with you more. I just started working on these about 2 years ago. Its apparent that the engineering team that designed it has never been a field service technician. I 'm thinking that it should be required that each design engineer have no less than 2 years field experience before designing anything. If they only knew the pains and struggles we have to endure because of their inability to understand the term "ease of service".


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    Re: Which copier was the biggest piece of crap ever?

    I once had someone break into my shop, so they could bring back a sharp 2020.


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    Re: Which copier was the biggest piece of crap ever?

    Quote Originally Posted by TheBlueOrleans View Post
    Well, damn!
    Tell us how you really feel!

    It was obviously a readers Digest version of how he felt. I'm having to work on these more and more.....lets say my therapy time has increased.


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    Re: Which copier was the biggest piece of crap ever?

    just about anything starting with a 2


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    Re: Which copier was the biggest piece of crap ever?

    Quote Originally Posted by BLADE View Post
    just about anything starting with a 2
    I was going to say they can't all be that bad then I remember the GP215 with the sharp edges and fixing film assembly! =/

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    Re: Which copier was the biggest piece of crap ever?

    Quote Originally Posted by MjarbarV2.0 View Post
    I was going to say they can't all be that bad then I remember the GP215 with the sharp edges and fixing film assembly! =/
    and the feed gear box!


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    Which copier was the biggest piece of crap ever?

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    Re: Which copier was the biggest piece of crap ever?

    switching Canon NP-6521


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