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    Re: resignation Mark Bbb

    Quote Originally Posted by rthonpm View Post
    Best of luck to you.

    Even if you're out of the industry, you still have something to offer here even if it's just a visit for old time's sake.

    Sent from my BlackBerry using Tapatalk
    As rthonpm says, you are always welcome here. As an example, I have been retire for 7 years now but here I am. I still know the older models and I still know trouble shooting, id est I still have knowledge to share. One thing, if the email you are using is a company provided email, change it to a personal one before you lose access to the company email.

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    Re: resignation Mark Bbb

    Mark Bbb
    It has been an honour the times we have been able to meet in this forum, but I take the words of Mr.Slimslob.

    Quote Originally Posted by slimslob View Post
    As rthonpm says, you are always welcome here. As an example, I have been retire for 7 years now but here I am. I still know the older models and I still know trouble shooting, id est I still have knowledge to share. One thing, if the email you are using is a company provided email, change it to a personal one before you lose access to the company email.
    ​Apologies for my English, it's not my mother tongue and I'm helping the translator.
    ALL WILL BE WELL

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    Re: resignation Mark Bbb

    Good luck in your endeavours, Mark.
    NEVER ASSUME ANYTHING

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    Re: resignation Mark Bbb

    Quote Originally Posted by slimslob View Post
    As rthonpm says, you are always welcome here. As an example, I have been retire for 7 years now but here I am. I still know the older models and I still know trouble shooting, id est I still have knowledge to share. One thing, if the email you are using is a company provided email, change it to a personal one before you lose access to the company email.
    Slim, email = to late
    You know the first time we encountered? I called you 'pussycat', and someone else told me how important you are on this website, (of course and indeed).
    I replied: Sure, but a pussycat like that always comes down on her 4 legs

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    Re: resignation Mark Bbb

    Good luck and may God be with you.
    “I think you should treat good friends like a fine wine. That’s why I keep mine locked up in the basement.” - Tim Hawkins

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    Re: resignation Mark Bbb

    Hey Mark Bbb, thanks for everything.

    Remember you are always welcome here and your knowledge is always and will always be very important.

    Please check in, even if its just to say hi

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    Re: resignation Mark Bbb

    Mark good luck and stay healthy dude.

    Lately we are loosing some members here like srvtec and now Mark with best wishes to them in their new endeavours.
    Sadly copier techs burns out... as was case with me and slimslob is very rare one not many come back when doing something else. That said when you enjoy your work that's the best feeling.
    A tree is known by its fruit, a man by his deeds. A good deed is never lost, he who sows courtesy, reaps friendship, and he who plants kindness gathers love.

    Blessed are they who can laugh at themselves, for they shall never cease to be amused.

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    Re: resignation Mark Bbb

    Quote Originally Posted by tsbservice View Post
    Mark good luck and stay healthy dude.

    Lately we are loosing some members here like srvtec and now Mark with best wishes to them in their new endeavours.
    Sadly copier techs burns out... as was case with me and slimslob is very rare one not many come back when doing something else. That said when you enjoy your work that's the best feeling.
    Burnout is real and the longer you stay in the game the easier it gets to become extremely frustrated and annoyed by company policies and management decisions that you feel are hindering your performance. Most techs I know that make it past 5 years or so without moving in a different direction only do it because they actually enjoy working on machines and want them to run optimally, they also enjoy helping customers and keeping them happy... and the challenge of balancing those 2 aspects.

    Once company policies start interfering with holding that balance it gets real tricky real quick.

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    Re: resignation Mark Bbb

    Thank you, best of luck to you!
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    Re: resignation Mark Bbb

    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Bbb View Post
    Thank you guy's for the time we spent together.
    It was very educational and sometimes really fun!
    This forum - and you there - has brought me and the company i worked for succes.
    In a way I will miss all this.
    I hope you will have succes and job satisfaction in the (many) years ahead with this forum.
    It was great .

    Good luck with whatever you have planned!
    Let us eat, drink, and be merry, because tomorrow we may die!

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