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HP 6310 All in one Printer

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by rdonovan1, Dec 24, 2010.

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  1. rdonovan1

    rdonovan1 Thread Starter

    Nov 26, 2008
    I was just wondering as to what people might suggest as a valid replacement to the HP 6310 all in one printer. I have to buy a new one because the print mechanism recently died on me in the printer itself. The fax and scanner still work without a problem.

    It was a good printer and it did everything that I needed it to do for me and until recently I never had a problem with it beyond the normal aspects of having to buy paper and ink for it.

    I'm looking around to find something that equals or exceeds it, but at the moment I'm not really sure as to what to look at and I'm hoping that maybe some of you might have some suggestions. I'm partial to HP myself, but I will consider another brand if it equals or exceeds that printer both in features and ease of use.
  2. meadose


    Dec 24, 2010
    I suggest by epson printers as this has been proven to work very well. You can consider canon printers.
    I have been using both printers for more 10 years now and I do not experience any problems or difficulties using it.
    Can someone confirm if you experience the same too? I just find HP very very expensive when it comes to inks.

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