highest and best use for. It apparently needs new print heads, because it needs a
cleaning after every 10 or so copies. I have the software.
Brother says it is not in the refurbishing business, and cannot refer me to someone who
is. Does anyone know who is in that business, preferably in the Northern Virginia (metro
Washington DC) area, who can fix the machine and either donate it to a charity or sell
it to someone else (I've already bought a replacement)?
My other alternatives are (1) give it to Staples, along with $10, and be done with it;
(2) give it to the Salvation Army, and tell them it works just fine; (3) continue carrying
it around in my car, as a conversation piece; (4) take it to a junkyard; or (5) call
Does anyone have a good solution? It's too big to be a doorstop, too fragile to be a
stepping stool, and (unlike my old desktops) too irregular to be a pedestal for a new
desktop. If I can't find a refurbisher, I'll come back and take a poll on all the
alternatives, including the ones I get here.