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Ricoh Copy Machine Leasing Timberlake OH

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Our technicians are highly experienced and up to date on the latest technology, and our system for managing service calls has been honed to perfection over 25 years. ACS sales staff has a straightforward approach to creating custom fitted solutions for each client’s needs. No high pressure sales or glossing over the details. And whenever issues arise, you can always talk directly to someone who knows you and your company.

Going with a “big box” company for your office equipment can save money in the short term, but often leads to frustration and regret down the road. What we have to offer is an alternative that has proven to be a better option for many organizations. We are a Ricoh Copy Machine Leasing company built on lasting relationships within the community in Timberlake OH that result in long-term cost efficiency and truly first-rate service for our customers.

 

Xerox Copier Service

 

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Most photocopier and office equipment suppliers will have recently seen an increased number of businesses choosing copier leasing over purchasing. Copier leasing is on the increase primarily because businesses are looking for stable solutions in the recession when the economic future is not clear. Leasing copiers and other office equipment is often appealing to businesses for several reasons: Finances can be planned more effectively (paying a fixed amount each month) There is no large cash sum to pay up front They can keep up to date with all the latest technology The device is only paid for for the time it is needed, up until the leasing agreement runs out Leasing agreements could deliver possible tax benefits Often there is an option to purchase the equipment at the end of the lease Service agreements are often included in the copier lease, allowing for technical assistance Although there are many advantages to copier leasing, many businesses have become reluctant to take out long term lease agreements, mostly due to their uncertain or unstable financial future. With this change, photocopier suppliers have had to make it possible for customers to gain a copier lease agreement and feel comfortable in the amount time the lease has been taken out for. Copier suppliers, such as Canon Copiers, have adapted and become more flexible by shortening some lease agreements so that businesses do not have make such a long term commitment. The FLA chief recently announced to businesses that leasing could be the way to beat the recession (http://www.fla.org.uk/news/news.asp?ID=545), declaring that lease contracts offer a chance to manage cash flow and deliver stability as lenders cannot cancel the contract. It might be that businesses are more likely to choose to take out a copier lease agreement over purchasing, but they have to be approved by a leasing and finance company. Leasing companies have made it tougher for businesses to be approved as it has been more difficult to guarantee the stability of businesses during the recession. However, by offering shorter term copier leasing and supporting businesses in their bid to be approved a lease, some photocopier and office equipment suppliers have adapted to help make it more likely for businesses to be approved. It has recently been claimed that the UK economy has started to grow again perhaps meaning that the end of the recession is drawing near and eventually more leasing contracts may be approved and businesses could feel comfortable taking out longer term leases. However, until then the copier suppliers have to adapt to the change in the market and offer flexibility to help businesses gain the lease agreement needed and have access to the best photocopiers available.

Some of the Ricoh Copy Machine Leasing in Timberlake OH helps with the operation of any small business. We offer 24/7 support and next day toner and supplies.

 

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The last thing that will come to your mind when your Dell printer stops working is to troubleshoot it yourself. Though a Dell printer is known for its excellence and reliability, it may fail on the last moment. Let's face it and do not panic. There is no need to run away from Dell printer problems when you can actually fix them by yourself. Check this free Dell printer support guide and get your Dell printer back to working.Procedure:If you see a black line running down the center of your document when printing from your Dell all-in-one printer, give this method a try. Open and leave the upper cover up. Run a copy now and carefully check whether the fluorescent scanner light seems equally bright or not. If it does not, replace it. If it does, check the photo assembly. If it's bad, it needs a replacement. The photo assembly is responsible for receiving images.If your Dell all-in-one printer no longer prints in black & white despite you want it to, try this method. Right click on the Dell printer software on your computer and select Properties. Click the Advanced tab and then click More Options. Under the heading Complete-A-Print, uncheck the box beside Use color cartridge for all black printing. Click to check the box Use black cartridge to print in black and white. Click the OK button. Save the changes and exit the Properties window. Restart your computer and Dell printer and enjoy printing in black and white. If you get this error message 'Load Paper' when printing from a Dell Laser 3100\3000 CN printer, use this method. Verify that the paper type matches with what is the Type Set in the operator panel of the printer. To verify it, hit the Menu button on the printer. Keep going down until you see the Tray Settings option. Hit the Enter () button to enter the Tray Settings menu.Keep going down until you see Paper Type and hit Enter afterwards to enter its menu. Keep navigating down until you see the particular paper tray viz. Tray 1\2 or Multipurpose Feeder (MPF). Hit the Enter button to enter the menu of a paper tray. You will see a Paper Type Chart. Use the UP or Down arrow button to select a correct paper type. When selected, hit the Enter key. Now hit the Menu button again to get back to the menu. The printer should print fine now. In case you need help checking the print menu options, refer to you Dell printer support manual. It must have come with the original Dell printer setup kit.Paper jams are the commonest Dell printer problem. The problem does vary with different Dell printer models and make. When you encounter a paper jam problem, look from where the paper comes out. Open the printer cover and pull out the offending paper piece in your direction. Be careful when pulling out the paper. Make sure that you do not tear it. Close the printer cover. Check the paper tray now. Make sure that the paper stack is lined properly in the paper tray. If not, line up the papers properly. Also check the roller. If it has become loose, tighten it. This should fix any paper jam problem. In case the problem persists, turn off the printer and wait for 30 seconds. Turn it on afterwards. This will allow printer to reset the settings. Now start repeatedly pressing the Print button to make the paper advance to the paper outlet. Keep pressing the Print button until the paper has fully come out. The paper jam will clear and your printer will start functioning again.Additional Tips:In case a problem persists and your Dell printer doesn't work, contact a Dell printer support or Dell technical support service.

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Toshiba Copy Machine Repair

 

Welcome to our three part series on service contracts. Service contracts can vary for copiers, fax machines and laser printers, so in this series I will cover them individually in three separate articles. Just for clarification the type of machines that I am covering in these articles are the commercial types. Inkjet copiers, inkjet fax machines and inkjet printers are not covered in this article. The need for contracts on equipment such as these may not be cost effective. The equipment that I believe you should cover on a service contract are high volume copy machines that are designed to make thousands of copies, prints or faxes per month.Service contracts are similar to an insurance policy. They may or may not save you money. Your costs are fixed so you will know how much per year you will spend instead of hoping that it won't break down too much or have a serious or expensive repair during the year. There are many ways of paying for a service contract. Most service companies will bill you monthly, quarterly or annually.If you choose to be billed monthly, your service company will call at the end of each month and gather your meter reading. Then they will multiply the amount of copies by your cost per copy. Some copiers can also be equipped with a device that can send in the meter reading automatically each month and eliminate this part of the procedure. If you don't make many copies I would choose an annual or a quarterly billing. This is because most service companies charge a monthly billing minimum and you might end up paying more. Another reason to choose quarterly or annually would be the job of having to write a check each month and deal with getting the meter readings. On an annual contract make sure that you keep an eye on how many copies you produce or you will be paying for copies that you don't use or you may have to renew too soon. Cost per copyCost per copy is the most common way of determining the price for service contracts. Each time you make a copy the meter clicks just like the odometer on your car. Many shoppers buy their machine according to the price of the cost per copy, since the service contract costs can often exceed the price of the copier. An average cost per copy is around 1.5 cents per copy. This could be lower or higher depending upon some variables.o How many copies you make per month.o What type and age of machine that is being covered.o Environment plays a part because if it is in a dirty environment it will need twice as much service than a machine that is in a clean environment.Figuring copies per month or per yearDetermining the amount of copies per month is the most important information you will need when shopping for a service contract. If you have an existing copier that has been on a contract for awhile then this will be easy. Just look at your history. You need to also take in account for any slow downs or increases in copying that your company is experiencing. If you do not have a history there is a way of estimating. If you know how many reams of paper that you use per month you can multiply by 500 because there are 500 sheets of paper in a ream of paper. This will get you in the ball park.CoverageUnderstanding what is covered and what is not covered is very important to find out before you purchase a service contract. Many service contracts do not cover Staples, Paper and document feeder belts and there may be some others so check with your service provider. Does the contract include supplies? Some supply items are toner, developer, heat rollers and drums. Find out what the hours they are available and days of the week that they operate. Which holidays do they take off? What is the response time? Is their four hour response time more expensive than their next day service? Most service contracts do not cover abuse or neglect. So be cautious with those paper clips and staples as they can cause an expensive repair and it probably won't be covered. Get all of this in writing then there will not be any surprises.AccessoriesSome companies charge extra for each individual accessory. Such as, an automatic document feeder, finisher, and large capacity cassettes. Some may still be charging a flat rate for each unit but I don't see this too often.ScanningWe live in a new age and with digital copiers you can now scan to your computers. Using the scanner puts wear and tear on the automatic document feeder but the parts in the copier are not being used. Digital copier machines can count scan only images so there may be an additional cost for this. I know that service companies in our industry are kind of scratching their heads on this one because it may be hard to charge for this type of service.Color CopiersService contracts for full color copiers and MFP's are essentially the same as black and white service contracts except that you will be paying for a color copy or a black and white copy. Some average pricing will be around 1.5cents per copy for black and white and 10 cents per copy for color. If you have ever purchased toner for a color unit you know that color toner is always more expensive. ConnectivityMost service companies will set up your newly installed copier to your network free of charge. You should always have your IT person on-site at the time of installation so they can answer questions about your particular network. Installing drivers and connecting equipment to your network is fairly easy depending on your system. Existing network problems or additions will most likely not be covered on the copier service contract unless you make an agreement with your service company ahead of time. Most network issues can be handled with your Computer specialist anyway.You will have to decide for yourself or your company if you will purchase a service contract for your copy machine. Many companies do pretty well without one. They always have the machine serviced and parts and supplies replaced as needed. The only problem is when you have a circuit board or a time consuming problem to repair. This can sometimes cost you a hefty amount of money and a service contract can really pay off. Remember a service contract is like an insurance policy. It can create peace of mind and you will know in advance what your costs will be.Look for my next article in this series. "Service Contracts - Part II, Fax Machines."

 

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