When it comes to printer maintenance, you probably find yourself caught up in the dreaded break/fix cycle. Many businesses don’t think about taking care of their printer fleet until something goes terribly wrong during a job. But the old philosophy of “If it ain’t broke, don’t think about” can only lead to future frustration when those error messages start popping up, bringing your office’s workflow to a grinding halt at the worst possible time. (Not that there’s any good time for your printers to suddenly stop working.)

Fortunately, there are ways to effectively break this break/fix cycle of printer maintenance. Wouldn’t you rather take care of the problem on your own schedule? Or better yet, reduce printer breakdowns to a minimum? In this article, we’ll cover some best practices to make that wish a reality.

Planned Maintenance Vs. Break/Fix

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SOURCE Flex Technology Group