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    Re: MP 305spf squeaking in the fuser.

    Quote Originally Posted by mga View Post
    Series names is very common with trained ricoh engineers
    Not so much in the states...Use the series numbers more than series names.

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    Re: MP 305spf squeaking in the fuser.

    Quote Originally Posted by Coptech View Post
    Not so much in the states...Use the series numbers more than series names.

    Very true, not too common in the US, it always just makes it very confusing when people start talking names of machines.

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    Re: MP 305spf squeaking in the fuser.

    Quote Originally Posted by mga View Post
    Series names is very common with trained ricoh engineers
    Coptech;1354942 Not so much in the states...Use the series numbers more than series names.
    anothertech;1355352 Very true, not too common in the US, it always just makes it very confusing when people start talking names of machines.
    Originally they were mostly used by Ricoh direct operations. They started out as design engineering project code names and were supposed to be corporate confidential. Engineering code names are the use of "The Manhattan Project" to refer to the development of the atomic bomb.

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