Copy machines are vital to the business world. They can only be resuscitated by certain people who know the way of the copy machines. To treat a copy machine right you have to touch it delicately, as though dealing with a beautiful woman. You can’t get angry at copy machines, kick them or slam their parts – that will only make them more reluctant to help you. No, you must direct them towards what you want, gently stroking their buttons and finding what they need from you in order to do their job.
Jammed paper must be removed, and is the most common problem. Opening the front of the copier and following the directions on the inside of the copier is the best way to deal with this. Often jams are caused by moistened or curled paper. Keep paper in a cool, dry place.
Keep your copy machines clean. Dust and transferred ink can poorly affect the copy machine.
Replacing the toner cartridge can also help troubleshoot light and dark spots on the page, and is much easier than calling a technician from the copy machine leasing company.
If all else fails, then you need someone who really knows copiers. Call a pro.