need a new machine
When your most trusted printer suddenly has a malfunction one day, what should
you do? You are suddenly facing the dilemma of buying a new printer or just have
it repaired. So what is the best option for you and your printer? This article
will discuss the pros and cons of buying a new printer and fixing your old one.
Why it is best to fix
You can consider fixing your printer if you notice the following:
- When the cost of the repair is less
compared to the price of the new printer.
- If the repair is just simple, then try
to give it a go. Simple repair such as replacing a new roller for your Brother
LC103 Ink is still not worth the reason to buy a
- When your printer is basically new and
you like all the functions it has, then repairing it is a good option. Just
forget about buying a new model because you are just wasting your money.
When is it time to
replace a new one?
An alternative is to replace a new printer, but first consider, the factors
- When fixing is more expensive and is
comparable to the price of the new printer, then buying a new one absolutely
makes more sense.
- If the repair is not as simple as
replacing the inkjet and laser printer, then it is now time to say goodbye to your
old printer, and an upgrade could be all worth it.
- If you want faster speed and good
quality, then consider buying a new one.
Replacing an old trusted ally is a difficult decision to make. However, when the
need arises, we really have to think about saying goodbye to the old and
welcoming the new to make things better.