Advice for tape drive repair / maintenance
julesrichardsonuk at yahoo.co.uk
Tue Dec 19 18:19:23 CST 2006
Alexandre Souza wrote:
>> 1) Take older well-built product which does exactly what I need, and
>> spend a small sum in parts and maybe four hours of time to make it
>> good for another five years.
> That is what I do with my old (and trustworthy) HP Laserjet 4 Plus. I
> have rollers, gears, motor, lots of spare parts, since I see no
> replacement for it. Half a million pages, 7000 prints/cartridge and
> still ticking, thanks! :o)
I hear that so often about Laserjet 4 series printers. Time and again someone
asks what the best laser printer is to get, and there'll be a flurry of people
telling them to get a used Laserjet 4. Practically bomb-proof those things are.
Possibly the last good-quality product that HP built? :-)
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