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

    Canon np6016, marketed as the champ, re nick named by techs as the chump.


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

    Anything with an HP badge on it.
    What pieces of dung!
    Can't repair them coz HP won't allow you to get the replacement parts- a whole device replacement costing 1700+ for a broken plastic feed guide worth 5-00 REALLY?
    Tech Support is non-existent. Even if you do get through they just quote the manual you're looking at back to you & Level 2 support have less effect than an airbag on the Titanic!
    Rant over.
    HP's are shit.
    End of.

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

    Quote Originally Posted by Lagonda View Post
    Right now its the Ricoh MP C305. This pox box has just shat the second toner feed pump while its still on my work bench being tuned up.

    The team that designed this pile of vultures vomit should have their genitals inserted in a rusty rabbit trap.
    It is so odd as I started looking at the mpc305 s to buy from my lease return supplier and asked my local dealer who i buy parts from.

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