When it comes to printers, it can be difficult to decide whether to repair or replace. A good rule of thumb is that if the cost of repairing your printer is more than half of what it would cost to buy a new one, then you should probably opt for the latter. This is because spare parts can be hard to find and expensive when you do, and the device may no longer be compatible with the latest firmware updates, which can significantly slow down performance. We offer repair services across the country, with access to more than 3 million maintenance kits and repair parts in 6 warehouses.
To help you make an informed decision, let's review some frequently asked questions related to repairing and replacing printers.