Wichita’s Preferred Copier Repair Company
The Printer Repair Group of Wichita, KS specializes in repairing copiers that are out of service and no longer covered by a service agreement or the manufacturer’s warranty. We work with businesses throughout Wichita, KS to maintain and extend the life of their copiers and MFPs. So whether your copier is out of warranty, has an expired service agreement, or you are just looking for a more reliable copier repair company, we can help!
We provide fast, reliable copier service for Delano, Augusta, Wellington and all other areas near Wichita, KS.
Are your copies printing too dark or too light?
It may be a simple fix when copies are too light or too dark. Many times this issue is resolved by resetting the density of your copier. Next, you will want to check the status of your toner cartridges. Finally, ensure you aren’t printing the document using the default draft setting. If these tips don’t correct the problem, give us a call.
Are there are lines or streaks on copies?
No one wants copies with lines, streaks, or any other imperfections! Thankfully, this is an easy fix in most cases. Debris on the glass or mirror will cause lines or streaks on your copies. Try to locate any debris and wipe it clean using a soft cloth. If you still have lines or streaks on your copies, give us a call.
Does your copier produce wrinkled pages?
Unfortunately, wrinkled pages are not a copier issue that you should try to fix without the help of a professional copier technician. Wrinkled copies are almost always due to problems with the internal parts of your copier. A worn-out fuser assembly or worn rollers are the most common reasons for wrinkled copies.
Does your copier have a paper jam?
Paper jams can occur when your paper’s condition isn’t ideal or when rollers inside the copier wear out. For example, is your paper stored in an area with high humidity? Does it have torn edges, staples, or dog-eared corners? These conditions are the perfect recipe for a paper jam. If the paper jam is due to worn rollers, you should call a technician.