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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?

    Nashua Photocopier - Television Advertisment

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    The name is Nashua .... Nashua 1220. The Number One Copier for good reasons

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    Ha... Yeah every one would attempt parody Orson Welles deep low vocals <add bass tone> "No1 in plain paper copiers".

    I remember wrecking a few sets of good cloths working on Nashua liquid machines. I was happy when the last one was removed from the field.

    Long time ago..., how time fly's....

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    Apparently one person can assemble it with the help of a crane.....

    Assembling Of MFP E77650 By One Person!!!

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    At 19:56 the tech is fanning and bending the ream of paper, why? This procedure went out in the late 1970s, right?

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    Can you expand on your discontent with the 77650? I have a new Toshiba A3 laser MFP quote to replace a very old Kyocera but the IT Administrator/ Decision maker is a HP fan and does not want to believe me that he is making a bad choice. In this case, a finisher is not required.
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    I see this process seems susceptible to print head clogging.... But then again if you used the wrong kind of generic solid ink in a Xerox it can be permanently damaged.

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    Apparently one person can assemble it with the help of a crane.....

    Assembling Of MFP E77650 By One Person!!!

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    At 19:56 the tech is fanning and bending the ream of paper, why? This procedure went out in the late 1970s, right?

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