How to Maintain a Discontinued Copier
Peace of mind is important when thinking about your business. You never want to be put in a situation where there is a worry of something falling apart. That’s why it can be scary to receive a call saying that your copier has been discontinued. While this may be true, you may not have to be worried. Maintaining a discontinued copier is often not as hard as you may think.
Salespeople like to use the time when a copier is discontinued as an opportunity to try and get you to upgrade. They may say that for only $30 extra you can have a different, better copier. This may be something to consider, but do not feel like it’s something you need to do.
There is something that these salespeople do not want you to know. All copier companies must keep their parts in stock for 5 years after they discontinue that copier. That means that it can often still be easy to take care of your copier for years after it’s been discontinued.
Salespeople will want to make it sound like it’s very difficult to keep your copier working. They may try and convince you that it’s time to upgrade because you don’t know what’s going to happen. It’s just important to make sure you know when your copier was discontinued.
- If your copier was discontinued less than 5 years ago then maintaining a discontinued copier should be easy.
- If it has been more than 5 years since your copier was discontinued then you should consider the upgrade. If something was to go wrong then there is no longer a guarantee that you could fix it.
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