Figures have it that there are over 200,000 dental offices in the US alone and nearly all of these offices have a copier machine. One thing to mention on this post is the fact that not everyone working on these dental offices is techno-savvy especially when it comes to using these machines. It is no wonder this post acknowledges the fact that most people report a huge inconvenience and lots of annoyances when using copying machines in these dental offices. What can be worse than trying to create a professional image when you print out a document only for it to come out all wrinkled up? Luckily, this post looks at the most popular issues likely to affect your copying machine and how you can easily fix the issues for great performance.
Probably the most common copying machine issue with most readers of this post is what is referred to as the paper jam. The good news on this post is the fact that paper jam is never really a major issue, often caused by the use of too much paper on the tray. No doubt when you use the wrong paper size in terms of paper thickness you may also end up causing a paper jam. You can remedy this problem by simply reaching into the machine and pulling out the stuck papers. To complete sorting the paper jam issue may necessitate the need to switch off and on the copying machine.
The second common copying machine problem to be highlighted in this post is overheating, which is typical of most electronic devices today. Take care though you’re your copying machine overheats lest it burst out into flames. Overheating will come about when you use your copier for hours on end without giving it a break. Take the time to go through this post to understand the tolerance levels of different copying machines, so you do not end up overextending the performance of your specific copying machine model.
It is also important to note on this post yet another common issue with copying machines, and which is wrinkled up and crinkled paper. You don’t want to be dealing with crinkled and wrinkled papers now do you? Should you notice your copies are coming out crinkled, chances are the problem lies with the rollers within the paper tray. It goes without mentioning having a copying machine in any dental office is a huge investment, to say the least. Ensure you are in a position to identify these common problems and fix them ASAP for great performance and durability. Even if nothing else is done, regular maintenance is very important.