In today’s business world, copiers must be maintained to continue working properly. During its lifetime, you can put a copier to numerous uses. For example, you can have the copier print promotional materials, business documents and training materials. However, what happens when your machine breaks down?

You have a couple options when it comes to repair. For the first option, you can hire a tech-savvy employee to fix the equipment after it breaks down. However, while they are working on your copier, they are not doing the other things that they should be doing. This may be a better option for smaller businesses.

You can also pay for each repair call, and while this idea makes sense when the copier never breaks down, if you plan to use the copier a lot, you will need to have your copier maintained.

The final option is to obtain a service contract with a company. However, make sure that the contract covers specific areas that include maintenance, not just getting fixed. You may also want the contract to include replacing toner cartridges and other consumable parts.

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