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#21
RE: HP printer problems
I was really lucky when I purchased my printer as it was on 'sale' for $39 USD plus free shipping. So far it is working well.
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#22
RE: HP printer problems
(08-05-2018, 05:24 PM)GrammaBear Wrote:
(06-11-2018, 09:14 PM)spameggsandspam Wrote: I had so many problems with an HP printer recently that I threw it down the trash chute without hesitation. I felt a burst of joy in the action.

Believe me I UNDERSTAND your elation.  I will be doing the same thing here shortly.

Back in the days before laptops, I can't even count the number of times i wanted to throw the whole computer with all accessories out the window.
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#23
RE: HP printer problems
I have thrown multi-function machines into trash before, but have refined my approach and turn them in for recycle now.t I have a Brother MFC 9560 color laser multi function machine waiting to go to recycle now. It is replaced with a Canon Maxify MB5420 which replaced it. Technology moves on. The old printer developed print artifacts I could not repair and replacement parts, even cartridges exceeded the value of the machine. The new Canon has the lowest cost per page color printing in its class and is a very fast single pass duplex scanning and copying capability (no jams). It works with smartphones and computers without any elaborate setup. Not the cheapest machine on the market at $160, but considering capability and cost per page not bad. No page counter limit on cartridge life. Prices get cheaper and manufacturers are looking for ways to make some profits. To me, this price-point makes the devices disposable in the event of any failure.
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#24
RE: HP printer problems
My first set of toner carts from my HP laser have cost me more than twice of what I paid for the machine.

On the other hand, my HP all-in-one gives me a very decent cartridge life. Oh, and it has been behaving it self quite nicely after I threatened to replace it with a Brother. 

One thing I did find is that when I removed the printers from my Mac, it worked better if I installed the laser first and then the all-in-one.

Homer
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