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Re: COMP: way off topic help - printer?

"poor health for the last couple of years"
"inexpensive, aging HP Deskjet."
"Is it worth trying to get these things repaired or am I better off buying a

Dear Linda,

Because you describe the printer as above, new inexpensive replacements will
1) be more reliable from now on, 2) perhaps give you new features, 3) be more
compatible with newest software, and 4) not frustrate you nor take up your
valuable time when it breaks again and again.

So your decision depends on where you want to dedicate your time, probably not

I say, treat yourself!


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