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Comments about Epson C31CA Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend. The older model of the printer had the ability to change this through the dip switches, but the newer models can only adjust this feature through the drivers.
Durability – New printers cost more but will last the longest and be expected to serve years of dependable service. That carbon copy backing receipt paper that is compatible with these printers can be found here: Other products in this range. For more information on how Epson treats your personal data, please read our Privacy Information Statement.
Sadly, there is not a simple answer to this question. Buying refurbished items is better for tum environment in that refurbished products use fewer resources in manufacturing than building from scratch. It has been replaced by C31C Displaying reviews 1 – 3 Back to top.
Interface cables sold separately. Key Features Flexible paper width: Includes US power supply.
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Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend. For more information and for registration, please click here. Reviewed by 3 customers.
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Displaying reviews 1 – 3. Restaurant Point of Sale. The TM-U is a robust, high performance impact receipt printer which is exceptionally easy to use. Have we recognised your operating system correctly? They epsob all the easy-to-use features important to the retail, restaurant and hospitality industries and two-color printing to highlight special offers, kitchen orders and vivid logos.
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