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Old 03-12-2015, 02:53 PM   #25
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curveto: I now buy *all* of my printers from EBay (and shop carefully to make sure I only buy new or "essentially new" machines).
There used to be a great online store (refurbdepot) where I bought a number of refurb/used printers and my first (refurb'd) digital camera but it's (sadly) gone belly up so when I was looking to replace my HP laser printer, I was very pleased by the selection I found on ebay--with, the caveat you noted of reputable sellers and essentially new machines. It's definitely worth taking a browse around ebay when looking for printers particularly if you have been able to narrow down which printer you want.

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