Author Topic: Canon PC735 Copier Service - Irvine, CA?  (Read 605 times)

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Offline John_ITIC

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Canon PC735 Copier Service - Irvine, CA?
« on: March 27, 2017, 09:34:50 am »
As the title states; I have a Canon PC735 copier, which has a broken belt. Does anyone know whether there is a repair shop in the Orange County, CA (Irvine) area that can fix the issue? I 10 years ago had the copier serviced in a small shop in Lake Forest, CA but it appears the place is no longer there.

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Re: Canon PC735 Copier Service - Irvine, CA?
« Reply #1 on: March 27, 2017, 01:26:33 pm »
Is the belt a toothed belt? JK electronics in Westminster as well as MarVac in Costa Mesa sell PBR line of rubber belts. I get all my Cassette deck belts there. ~5$ a piece. I know Canon had a camera repair facility in Irvine, I got a recalled Canon MiniDV repaired there.
 

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Re: Canon PC735 Copier Service - Irvine, CA?
« Reply #2 on: March 29, 2017, 01:15:52 pm »
Is the belt a toothed belt? JK electronics in Westminster as well as MarVac in Costa Mesa sell PBR line of rubber belts. I get all my Cassette deck belts there. ~5$ a piece. I know Canon had a camera repair facility in Irvine, I got a recalled Canon MiniDV repaired there.

I have no idea where it came from and I don't have the time myself to become expert in this copier. I was hoping to find an old-timer shop where I can drop the thing off. I checked the Canon web site but nothing useful. Also, any commercial "copier repair" companies are only servicing large corporate copiers. I can't blame them since hardly any profit in fixing these old things...

I'll bump this thread from time to time...
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