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Parts Now! Offers New HP P4014/4015/P4515 Course

11 Feb, 2009

Parts Now! Offers New HP P4014/4015/P4515 Course

Middleton, WI (February 2009) - Right now, thousands of new, HP P4014/4015/P4515 business printers are landing on office desktops all over the country. This new series succeeds the HP 4250/4350, considered a staple of the industry since 2004. In February, 2009, the P4014/4015/P4515 warranty ends and demand for service will begin. Parts Now! introduces the first course to prepare office equipment dealers and repair organizations to meet that demand.

At a glance, these remarkably robust, speedy engines with a record-breaking 62-pages per minute have the same, sleek design as their predecessors. But according to Steve Geishirt, director of training at Parts Now!, that is where the similarities end.

“We believe over a million business printers will slowly disappear from the marketplace, only to be replaced with this newer, faster model. Behind the covers, the P4014/4015/P4515 is a completely different animal. The latest model has no separation pads, not even in Tray 1,” said Geishirt. “We’ve identified several key service issues unique to this series and have developed some fast fixes.”

The one day, instructor-led course takes place at Parts Now!’s training center in Middleton, Wisconsin, starting in April. Visit partsnow.com for the training schedule and registration information.

Parts Now! offers expert technical support, real-world repair training and the industry's only truly turnkey print management program. It is the largest distributor of laser printer parts in North America. Parts Now! is proud to be an authorized distributor for Hewlett-Packard, Lexmark, Toshiba and Canon U.S.A. Inc. Visit www.partsnow.com for more information.

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