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  1. #1
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    E-Studio 233 & 282

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    E-Studio 233 & 282

    I don't work on many Toshiba's. I look at it like what the hell, something different from Kon/Min. Dont get many calls on them and if slow I'll give it a shot. Worked on 2 older models 233 & 282 recently and must say the thing that jumped out at me was the solid fills. Crisp & clean! Great quality from a hybrid 282 that still had the T/S corona on side door. Anyway makes me think of some of the great B&W quality from those old analog machines. I know the Estudios are digital but it looked like the 282 was a model during transistion from analog to digital? Just guessing with the T/S "corona unit" instead of transfer roller on side door.

    Working on them was easy for the tech on the 2 jobs I did, changed a broken paper tray lift gear on the 233 and paper feed roller kits on both trays for the 282.

    Sorry just realized I posted in wrong forum should of been in rants & everything else.
    Last edited by copyman; 4 Weeks Ago at 04:22 AM.

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    Senior Tech 100+ Posts
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    Re: E-Studio 233 & 282

    I hear about some of the solid fills on the older boxes.. many of the later Toshibas have lousy solid fill. You are looking at, what I consider to be, some of the best, old Toshibas out there. Which means, they were a MISTAKE...LOL. I had several of those e-Studio 282s go into the millions of pages... - OC

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