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Printer Repair Sussex & Surrey Ltd

Unit 5 Hyders Farm,

Bonnetts Lane,

Crawwley,

RH11 0NY

Tel. 01293 326406




Director S Boczek

                               

We sell and maintain office printers in West Sussex, East Sussex & Surrey the following areas:-



Printer repair:-

  • Arundel,
  • Billingshurst,
  • Brighton,
  • Burgess Hill,
  • Caterham,
  • Cheam,
  • Chipstead,
  • Crawley,

Printer repair:-

  • Charlwood,
  • Copthorne,
  • Cowfold,
  • Cranleigh,
  • Dorking,
  • East Grinstead,
  • Edenbridge,
  • Ewell,

Printer repair:-

  • Epsom,
  • Forest Row,
  • Godstone,
  • Haywards Heath,
  • Horley,
  • Horsham,
  • Hove,
  • Leatherhead,


Printer repair:-

  • Lingfield,
  • Oxted,
  • Partridge Green,
  • Purley
  • Redhill,
  • Reigate,
  • Sutton,
  • Worthing

Operating hours

Monday - Friday

9.00am - 5.30pm


Labour Costs

Call out from £30.00

SEE CALL OUT ZONES


On site Labour

FIRST HOUR £90.00

ADD HOURS £10/10 MINS


Workshop Labour £10/10 MINS

Printer, Multi-Function Photocopier sales and repair Sussex, Surrey and Kent



Adjusting colour



Printers are just like TV’s each manufacturer chooses how a default picture will be displayed ie contrast, brightness and depth of colour. The TV’s opposite are all Samsung TV’s and yet all the images are slightly different.



A photo printed on one printer may appear to be a different colour or contrast to the same image printed on another printer.

This is down to the way in which each printer driver interprets an image and way the printer driver handles the document, you can adjust the colour balance to suit your requirements by following this procedure or a similar procedure.


Example from an OKI MC860 PCL5e driver


Printed Photo / Image contrast wrong to light / dark

Go to Control Panel

Right Click on the OKI MC860 and left click on Properties

Left click Printer Preferences

The black dot will be on Automatic by default

Select Office Colour and left click on options

You can now adjust the colour brightness and saturation using the two sliders at the bottom of the screen.

This will then apply these settings to all subsequent prints.