On Sun, Feb 7, 2021 at 2:15 PM Matt Graham via PLUG-discuss <email@example.com> wrote: > I occasionally need to print things. Like "every 6 months or so". I
> had an old Samsung CLP-315 that worked very well, but it's dead, and
> nothing I have tried (Doze10, OS X, removing and reseating all
> user-servicable parts) has been able to get it to work again.
> So: What do you all do for occasional printing? Inkjets dry up when
> not used often, so I disregarded inkjets. I looked at B&W laser
> printers on Amazon and Tiger Direct. The Brother HL-L2300D is listed on
> openprinting.org as "working perfectly", but for the last week, it's
> been "temporarily out of stock". Other models of Brother, Lexmark, and
> Canon printers that are listed on Amazon and Tiger Direct are A)
> "temporarily out of stock" if they are listed on openprinting.org B) not
> listed at all on openprinting.org and therefore probably paperweights.
> Ordinarily in this situation, I'd print the 15-20 pages I need to print
> at the office. The office is not really an option; I have no idea when
> it'll be open again. Thoughts? Suggestions? Howls of pain?
>  Binary-only i386 printer filter required, but this is not a huge
> problem for me.
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> But only Light too dim for us to see.
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