[rescue] Phaser ink

Robert Darlington rdarlington at gmail.com
Tue Aug 19 16:42:28 CDT 2008

I second that.  That and the damn things are unreliable.  My company
has 10 Phaser 8400 or 8500 printers (various models) between 3
offices.  3 work.  Between LCD screens going out and streaking that is
impossible to clean without ripping the whole printer apart, I just
won't buy another.  It's way more economical for us to outsource the
handfull of pages we need in glossy, high quality (which isn't *that*
high I might add).   Kinko's does a fine job at a reasonable cost and
they keep the maintenance headache!

Now if the printer was free, that's a whole other story  :)


On Tue, Aug 19, 2008 at 2:12 PM, Ethan O'Toole <ethan at 757tech.net> wrote:
>> Does anyone know what, if *any*, differences there are
>> between the ink sticks for the various (incompatible)
>> Phaser printers?  (the solid ink printers, that is)
> Pitch the printer and get a color laser printer.
> Too costly to operate. I'm a firm believer that the US Gov't should be
> banned from operating those printers (Tektronix / Xerox phaser units that
> use the inkstick things).
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