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    Re: MP C2003SP

    Quote Originally Posted by slimslob View Post
    To reiterate my previous post, the machine does not have the usage to justify a production machine or even a 60-65 ppm model.
    No an MPC2003 to a pro series is not necessary, but say an MPC4503 would be an ideal replacement.

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    Re: MP C2003SP

    Quote Originally Posted by copier tech View Post
    No an MPC2003 to a pro series is not necessary, but say an MPC4503 would be an ideal replacement.
    Still depends on actual average monthly volume. Target color ratio is the same.


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    Re: MP C2003SP

    Machine installed three years ago, but it usually works ocassionally, on summer time.
    Well, today i found a slight(?) difference between the value that is given/written on Yellow pcu from manuf.
    and the value registered at SP 2-005-0238. In other words, instead of "-29", value registered was "-27".
    I remembered pcu replacement was done under user pressure : "i want to print", "i want to scan" and
    i didn't notice a pale background of yellow, in color prints only.
    By changing the value and opening my eyes as much as i could, i believe that case is closed.
    Thanks again for your very helpfull suggestions, all of you!


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    Re: MP C2003SP

    Quote Originally Posted by slimslob View Post
    Still depends on actual average monthly volume. Target color ratio is the same.
    Yeah but a more durable machine with longer PM parts life.

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