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[Micronet] hp p3005dn repair?

gartim
Hi --
Can anyone recommend a local repair place for the P3005 hp printer?
Any feedback appreciated!
-- Gary

 
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Re: [Micronet] hp p3005dn repair?

Baril
I use Uptime Resources. You sign up all your printers for a small fee.
Then, you commit to purchase your toner from them and all repairs and
service is free. I have used them for years and they have not let me
down. They have a four hour response time for repairs as long as you
call before 3:00 pm. Their number is: 877-878-4633.


Best,

Roy

On 2/7/2012 11:13 AM, Gary Artim wrote:

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> Can anyone recommend a local repair place for the P3005 hp printer?
> Any feedback appreciated!
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Re: [Micronet] hp p3005dn repair?

gartim
will check out, sounds great, any other options out there?

On Tue, Feb 07, 2012 at 11:21:40AM -0800, Roy A. Baril wrote:

>I use Uptime Resources. You sign up all your printers for a small
>fee. Then, you commit to purchase your toner from them and all
>repairs and service is free. I have used them for years and they have
>not let me down. They have a four hour response time for repairs as
>long as you call before 3:00 pm. Their number is: 877-878-4633.
>
>
>Best,
>
>Roy
>
>On 2/7/2012 11:13 AM, Gary Artim wrote:
>>Hi --
>>Can anyone recommend a local repair place for the P3005 hp printer?
>>Any feedback appreciated!
>>-- Gary
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Re: [Micronet] hp p3005dn repair?

jsparks
I've used Cal Printer Repair for years.
Robert is very helpful and reasonably priced.
They are now Sharp copiers distributors.
http://www.printerpro.com/



On 2/7/2012 11:41 AM, Gary Artim wrote:

> will check out, sounds great, any other options out there?
>
> On Tue, Feb 07, 2012 at 11:21:40AM -0800, Roy A. Baril wrote:
>> I use Uptime Resources. You sign up all your printers for a small
>> fee. Then, you commit to purchase your toner from them and all
>> repairs and service is free. I have used them for years and they have
>> not let me down. They have a four hour response time for repairs as
>> long as you call before 3:00 pm. Their number is: 877-878-4633.
>>
>>
>> Best,
>>
>> Roy
>>
>> On 2/7/2012 11:13 AM, Gary Artim wrote:
>>> Hi --
>>> Can anyone recommend a local repair place for the P3005 hp printer?
>>> Any feedback appreciated!
>>> -- Gary
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Re: [Micronet] hp p3005dn repair?

Bruce Satow
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We use Resolution.  They are somewhat expensive but their knowledge and quality repairs are one of the best.  Pretty fast response time and communicate well.   The techs that come out seem to be so well versed in the construction and repair of the printer.  


On 2/7/2012 11:21 AM, Roy A. Baril wrote:
I use Uptime Resources. You sign up all your printers for a small fee. 
Then, you commit to purchase your toner from them and all repairs and 
service is free. I have used them for years and they have not let me 
down. They have a four hour response time for repairs as long as you 
call before 3:00 pm. Their number is: 877-878-4633.


Best,

Roy

On 2/7/2012 11:13 AM, Gary Artim wrote:
Hi --
Can anyone recommend a local repair place for the P3005 hp printer?
Any feedback appreciated!
-- Gary


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Re: [Micronet] hp p3005dn repair?

Beth Muramoto
We use Computer Care. Also pricey, but we've been using them for years. They do on-site repair (and don't charge for it) with quick turnover which is essential to keep downtime to a minimum, guarantee their repairs, and have been reliable. They keep my blu card on file so charging is painless and reconciling a breeze.


On Feb 8, 2012, at 10:51 AM, Bruce Satow wrote:

We use Resolution.  They are somewhat expensive but their knowledge and quality repairs are one of the best.  Pretty fast response time and communicate well.   The techs that come out seem to be so well versed in the construction and repair of the printer.  


On 2/7/2012 11:21 AM, Roy A. Baril wrote:
I use Uptime Resources. You sign up all your printers for a small fee. 
Then, you commit to purchase your toner from them and all repairs and 
service is free. I have used them for years and they have not let me 
down. They have a four hour response time for repairs as long as you 
call before 3:00 pm. Their number is: 877-878-4633.


Best,

Roy

On 2/7/2012 11:13 AM, Gary Artim wrote:
Hi --
Can anyone recommend a local repair place for the P3005 hp printer?
Any feedback appreciated!
-- Gary


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Re: [Micronet] hp p3005dn repair?

Sian Shumway
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We use The Cartridge Family and are happy with their repairs.

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On 2/7/2012 11:41 AM, Gary Artim wrote:
will check out, sounds great, any other options out there?

On Tue, Feb 07, 2012 at 11:21:40AM -0800, Roy A. Baril wrote:
I use Uptime Resources. You sign up all your printers for a small
fee. Then, you commit to purchase your toner from them and all
repairs and service is free. I have used them for years and they have
not let me down. They have a four hour response time for repairs as
long as you call before 3:00 pm. Their number is: 877-878-4633.


Best,

Roy

On 2/7/2012 11:13 AM, Gary Artim wrote:
Hi --
Can anyone recommend a local repair place for the P3005 hp printer?
Any feedback appreciated!
-- Gary


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Re: [Micronet] hp p3005dn repair?

gartim
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wow, great responses from everyone, thanks to all, now I just gotta sell
it to my pi, -- gary

On Wed, Feb 08, 2012 at 11:23:01AM -0800, Beth Muramoto wrote:

>   We use Computer Care. Also pricey, but we've been using them for years.
>   They do on-site repair (and don't charge for it) with quick turnover which
>   is essential to keep downtime to a minimum, guarantee their repairs, and
>   have been reliable. They keep my blu card on file so charging is painless
>   and reconciling a breeze.
>   On Feb 8, 2012, at 10:51 AM, Bruce Satow wrote:
>
>     We use Resolution.  They are somewhat expensive but their knowledge and
>     quality repairs are one of the best.  Pretty fast response time and
>     communicate well.   The techs that come out seem to be so well versed in
>     the construction and repair of the printer.
>
>     On 2/7/2012 11:21 AM, Roy A. Baril wrote:
>
> I use Uptime Resources. You sign up all your printers for a small fee.
> Then, you commit to purchase your toner from them and all repairs and
> service is free. I have used them for years and they have not let me
> down. They have a four hour response time for repairs as long as you
> call before 3:00 pm. Their number is: 877-878-4633.
>
>
> Best,
>
> Roy
>
> On 2/7/2012 11:13 AM, Gary Artim wrote:
>
> Hi --
> Can anyone recommend a local repair place for the P3005 hp printer?
> Any feedback appreciated!
> -- Gary
>
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>     Bruce Satow
>     University of California at Berkeley
>     Space Sciences Laboratory
>     7 Gauss Way
>     Berkeley, California 94720-7450
>     [3][hidden email]
>     (510) 643-2348
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>   University of California, Berkeley
>   1650 Tolman Hall
>   Berkeley, CA 94720
>   Email:  [5]mailto:[hidden email]
>   Phone:  (510) 643-0203
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>   The Formula for Success:  Underpromise, overdeliver.
>                                   - Tom Peters
>   You have to decide what your highest priorities are and have the courage
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