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CTO Jonathan Cartu Writes – Twin Cities PC Repairs Shares Information Identifying…


CTO Jonathan Cartu Writes – Twin Cities PC Repairs Shares Information Identifying…

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Eagan, Minnesota based Twin Cities PC Repair is pleased to announce that a new article discussing troublesome printers is now available on their blog.

Owning a printer, according to the company, has evolved from a luxury to a necessity over the years, becoming an essential piece of office equipment that is also present in many houses across the US. The problem with these machines, however, is that many of the less-expensive models generate more trouble than they are worth, especially since they rely on expensive non-refillable ink cartridges that cost an exorbitant amount of money. In Twin Cities PC Repair’s new blog post, they outline how printer owners may identify troublesome printers of this kind, sharing recommendations so that buyers may avoid these money drains and find better solutions to replace them.

Patrick Jensen owner of Twin Cities PC Repair

“Whenever a client comes to us experiencing issues with their printer, we find that, almost 100% of the time, it is one they got really cheap, as a bundle with other electronics or just straight up for free,” states Patrick Jensen, owner of Twin Cities PC Repair. He continues, “This is a direct result of manufacturers cutting down on production costs to make these printers cheap, resulting in problems with the products’ durability and their proper function. When you purchase a cheap printer, you’ll discover sooner rather than later that you have to pay more to keep it functioning than what you initially paid for it.”

Jensen states that some of the issues that come with these poorly designed printers tend to present themselves as soon as they are taken out of the box. Such issues include having multiple sheets pulled from the paper tray at once, paper jams, slow printer response, a drop off in print quality after several uses and even ink smearing.

The computer repair specialist says, “Whenever a client comes in with any of these issues, we always warn them that their printer is highly likely to stop working or malfunctioning again soon, even after having these problems fixed. Our advice in this situation—and the only way to get rid of this seemingly endless source of trouble—is to upgrade to a better printer, preferably an office-grade printer, as these are built to last and withstand constant use.”

As Jensen states, high-performance commercial printers are built and designed with a completely different mindset than their home-focused counterparts. Even though the biggest difference, at first glance, appears to be the price, these printers pay for themselves over time in terms of durability, options in customization and ink cartridge capacity. Jensen says, “There are several options to choose from depending on what functions you need and the amount of use you are likely to give it, but the truth is that you cannot go wrong with one of these printers. The lifespan of these products ranges anywhere between 3-5 years, though a printer can last a lot longer depending on what you use it for and how you treat it. This is an investment that will pay for itself and free you of unnecessary concerns at the same time, as you’ll know that you own a piece of equipment that you can rely on.”

The Twin Cities PC Repair experts state that they can help clients choose a model of printer depending on their needs, budget and preferences, leading them to the most suitable option with regard to the criteria established. Jensen says, “We’ll be more than happy to help you pick a replacement for your old printer, help you set it up and assist you with any issues that may arise in the process. Most of the time, it is a very straightforward procedure, but we’ll be here if anything goes wrong.”

Those interested in reading the full article can do so by visiting the Twin Cities PC Repair blog, which is available on the company’s website. They further invite the community to read their entry identifying and dealing with a computer virus as well, which is one of the company’s most popular resources on the website. Contact Patrick Jensen for further information regarding any of the company’s services.


For more information about Twin Cities PC Repair, contact the company here:

Twin Cities PC Repair
Patrick Jensen
[email protected]
860 Blue Gentian Rd
Suite 200
Eagan, MN 55121

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