How long do you burn-in Printers after you repair them?

By steelheadflinger ·
I'm doing research,
I'm a manager in large repair group (75000 pcs per yr)We repair 1400 printers (lasers,multifunctions,line printers,impacts ,label printers) each month. Our average burn-in time after repair is 1 hour 20 minutes.

If you work in a repair facility I am interested in how long you burn -in printers after repairing them. I appreciate any feedback.
Thank you
Wayne Overcash

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You mean you burn-in printers?

by robo_dev In reply to How long do you burn-in P ...

After repair, the closest thing to burn-in I've ever seen is if the tech squeals his tires on the way out of the parking lot.

I have worked as a field-service-tech for small printers in the past, and if it prints, it's fixed.

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by steelheadflinger In reply to You mean you burn-in prin ...

yes I meant burn-in of repaired printers.We actually run a repair facility,23 techncians repairing every kind of printer you can think of. After they go through the repair process we have them test them ( burn-in) for anywhere from 1 hour to overnight depending on the problem. I'm trying to see if there any consenous form other repair shops about burn-in time

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