Question about Canon ImageRunner 1600 Copier
The canon IR1600 is indeed a strong pony which I personally would never through away. But consider the fact that by law any manufacturer may choose (and usually will) to stop production of replacement parts after 7 years. So from that standpoint alone you are on thin ice. My answer (for what its worth) would be to be prepared for a new copier by doing the necessary research for a new one. That way you will be poised and prepared for the inevitable. That way when your pony lies down you have a game plan. Perhaps you could shelve it now and keep it as a backup while its still working. But you are indeed gambling on parts availabilty. I wish you well. :-) SPINAL
Posted on Mar 26, 2011
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