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Topic # 150655 29-Jul-2014 18:22
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Hi There!

Wondering if anyone here has used a company in Auckland, that they recommend, to service out of warranty printers, who is reliable, does a good job and isn't wildly expensive? Would be useful if they did Epson and Brother as well.


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  Reply # 1098081 29-Jul-2014 18:34
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Roger had been repairing printers for a very long time! He's seen pretty much every printer under the sun and is realistic about his quotes -

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  Reply # 1098393 30-Jul-2014 09:38
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Printer Services (link above)

Both companies have been around a long time .

If its a cheap printer, chances are its not economic to even think about repairs , unless its a simple fix like pickup rollers.


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