All in one machines: The Best All-in-One Printers for 2021

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The Best All-in-One Printers for 2021

Multifunction printers (MFPs), also known as all-in-ones or AIOs, add a range of features beyond printing. All can also copy and scan, and many add faxing to the mix. Our favorites range from small models suitable for home or home-office use and costing around $100 to behemoths able to anchor a busy workgroup, with duty cycles of tens of thousands of pages a month.

Printer manufacturers offer a huge variety of MFPs, both inkjet-based and laser-based. (You might be surprised to learn which printer technology is better for you.) Given the mix of print technologies and brands, finding a model with the right set of features may not be an easy task. But here are the key things to consider when shopping for an AIO printer.


Is Your AIO for a Home, or an Office?

The single most useful way to categorize MFPs is by intended use: home, office, or both. If you’re looking for a home MFP, you probably care about photo quality, which means you want an inkjet. Beyond that, if photos are your primary interest, and you’re looking for a way to print them from virtually any source—memory cards, USB memory keys, cameras, slides, strips of film, and original photographic prints—you need a photo-lab MFP. There are only a few choices in this subcategory: You can spot them by their ability to scan slides and strips of film, a feature most MFPs leave out.

When looking for an MFP strictly for an office, you probably care more about text than photos, which means you’ll want a laser or laser-class printer. (The latter type includes LED printers, and even some inkjets.) You probably also want it to support faxing, though there is much to be said for using an online fax service instead, and to include an automatic document feeder (ADF) to scan, copy, fax, and email multipage documents.

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If you need a printer for the dual role of home and home-office MFP, you’ll want an inkjet for its photo quality, but one equipped with office-centric features like an ADF and a fax modem.


AIO Printers: Key Functions and Features

Getting beyond generalities about home and office MFPs, it’s useful to make a list of the functions and features you actually need.

Printing, scanning, and copying are a given, but even these basics aren’t as straightforward as you might think. Some MFPs are limited to scanning over a USB connection. If you plan to connect over a network, make sure the scanning works on a network. The ability to scan transparencies (slides and strips of film) is unusual enough that it’s often listed as a separate function. Be sure to check the sizes the MFP can handle; transparencies are often limited to 35mm.

Some MFPs need a computer for copying. If you want to copy with the computer off, make sure the MFP will work as a standalone copier, operated from its control panel.

A fax feature almost always includes standalone faxing, which you control through the MFP’s keypad. But it doesn’t necessarily include a PC faxing function—faxing documents directly from your PC without having to print them first. PC faxing can be in the form of a fax utility, a fax driver that you use like a print driver, or both.

Email features also come in two forms. A direct-email function allows you to scan a page and send an email directly to your Internet service provider (ISP) or an in-house email server on your network. The more common choice for low-end MFPs is to open an email message on a PC and add the scanned document as an attachment. Any given MFP can offer either or both kinds of email. Note that some direct-email features won’t work with all ISPs, so be sure to find out if they will work with yours before buying.

Most MFPs include flatbeds suitable for scanning photos or single-sheet documents. An automatic document feeder (ADF) will let you easily scan (plus copy, fax, and email) multipage documents. For MFPs with letter-size flatbeds, an ADF will often let you scan legal-size pages as well, but not all do, so check first.

Some ADFs can also perform duplex scans (that is, they can scan both sides of a page). If you deal with many two-sided documents, the feature is well worth looking for. Most MFPs that support duplex scanning do so by scanning one side of the document, turning it over, and then scanning the other side, but some provide one-pass scanning—scanning both sides of the page at once—which is much faster. If the MFP includes a print duplexer, you can copy both single- and double-sided originals to your choice of single- or double-sided copies.


Color Printing: Thumbs Up or Down?

If you never print in color, there’s no reason to spend money on this feature. Keep in mind, however, that many color laser MFPs can print at high enough quality to let you print your own marketing materials, which could be less expensive than printing small quantities at your local print shop.

With almost no exceptions, however, inkjet AIOs are color-capable. You’ll get color printing whether you need it or not with inkjets.

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Printer Size and Connectivity: Do You Have the Space?

MFPs tend to be bigger than single-function printers, and even some home MFPs can be tall enough to make you feel like they’re towering over you if you put them on your desk. Be sure to check out the MFP’s size and weight, though chances are you won’t be moving it very often.

Then there’s the connectivity, which might tie in to where you place your printer. In addition to a USB port, some MFPs include an Ethernet port, and almost all but the least expensive support wireless Wi-Fi connections for easy sharing. If you prefer Wi-Fi, keep in mind that if you have a wireless access point on your network, you can print wirelessly to any printer or MFP on that network, whether the printer or MFP offers Wi-Fi or not.

Some MFPs now include support for Wi-Fi Direct (sometimes called something unique by the printer maker), which lets the printer effectively become its own access point so you can connect a phone or computer to it directly, instead of connecting through a wider network. A few offer support for Near-Field Communication (NFC), which allows you to initiate printing from a compatible mobile device simply by tapping the printer with the phone or tablet.


Assessing Scan/Print Quality (and Quantity)

In addition to checking out the printer’s output quality, you may need to check the scan quality. It’s not an issue for offices, because virtually any scanner can scan documents at sufficiently high quality for copying or optical character recognition (OCR). For photos, however, you’ll want to take a closer look, particularly for transparencies.

When you’re calculating the duty cycle and input capacity you’ll need for an MFP, remember to factor in copies and incoming faxes to the total number of pages you’ll print. Also, be sure to check cost of ownership over the life of the printer. Compare the total cost for each model you’re considering to find out which will be most economical in the long run.


So, Which All-in-One Printer Should I Buy?

Whether you’re looking for a home or office all-in-one, a good place to start your search is with our highest-rated MFPs, listed below. For more, check our top printer picks overall, as well as our favorite inkjet and laser models.  

The Best Laser Printers for 2021

Laser printing has had a tough time of it in recent years. The pace of innovation with this older printer technology (barring tweaks to toner formulations) has slowed to a crawl. Plus, high-speed business inkjet printers with low costs per page, such as those in HP’s PageWide and Epson’s WorkForce lines, have been nibbling through laser printers’ lunch—and are now eyeing their dinner. When you’re debating inkjet vs. laser, it’s even odds which one will come out on top.

Still, laser printers have remained relevant by focusing on their traditional strengths: fast print speeds and reasonable costs per page (especially for text output), as well as the extremely clean look of the finished product and the resistance to fading or smudging of toner. On the downside, lasers often have a significantly higher up-front cost, and they’re nowhere near as capable as inkjets at reproducing fine gradients in complex color output such as photos.

Recent innovations in laser printing include the refillable toner on the HP Neverstop Laser 1001nw.

So, who would find a laser printer a more attractive proposition than an inkjet? In most cases, not the person seeking an occasional-use printer for motley tasks: at one moment to print a personal e-mail, the next to copy a color image out of a book, or to print photos. Lasers are better suited to bulk text output: contracts, long research papers, book drafts. If you print a lot of large jobs, and stick mostly to text and clean graphics instead of color photographs, a laser printer is the right match.

It’s also a good one if high-quality, stable text printing matters most. Indeed, certain types of businesses, such as medical offices, may mandate laser printing for archival tasks and record keeping.

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What Kind of Laser Do You Need?

You can break down lasers into four key types, defined by two questions: (1) Is the printer a mono-only laser, or can it do color, too? And, (2) is it 

only a printer, or an all-in-one (AIO) model that can print, scan, and copy (and perhaps handle faxes)? Laser models exist in all four combinations.

“Printer-only” models are well and good; they are all about sheer text or business-document output to the exclusion of all else. If all you need is stacks of relatively uncomplicated documents, they’re perfectly fine for that. They fall into two rough classes: inexpensive units meant for homes or student use (usually monochrome), and larger models designed for a home office, a small office, or a workgroup (which come in mono-only and color varieties).

In contrast, the laser all-in-one is a more varied animal. You can find both monochrome and color laser AIOs, but when you’re talking about a mono laser AIO, there is an inherent mismatch of functionality there. Mono laser AIOs obviously print only in black-and-white, but they can scan in color, as well as make monochrome copies of any kind of source material, like a standard photocopier can. In a sense, the mono laser AIO combines the cost efficiency of a mono laser (which requires just one color of toner, black) with the convenience factor that an AIO brings. You just need to know what you’re getting into before you buy one of these.

The Canon imageClass MF424dw all-in-one color laser has an ADF for easy scanning.

Color laser AIOs, meanwhile, bring much of the functionality of an inkjet AIO and combine it with the clean text that lasers are known for, as well as smudge-proof color output. Just know, though, that color laser toner can be an investment come refill time, often exceeding the cost of the printer. It’s something to think about if you’ll use the color printing function only rarely, as the four cartridges (black, plus cyan, magenta, and yellow toners) can be dear.

Also know that as a rule, almost any inkjet’s color photos will be superior in quality to color photos printed on any color laser. Laser-printed color photos tend to look flat. The strength of color laser output is in printing text, business graphics, charts, and the like. So a color laser—given the added cost of its color toner—makes sense to buy 

only if you are sure that you need that kind of color output.

Indeed, don’t underestimate the power of a seemingly simple monochrome laser. A mono laser printer can provide the speed, durability, and paper handling to deal with the high printing volume of a busy office. And inexpensive monochrome lasers with modest paper handling can serve as personal desktop printers in any size office. Many current color lasers print photos that are fine for many business uses, such as client newsletters. In higher-quality lasers, the overall output quality for text, graphics, and photos is typically good enough for brochures and other marketing materials, allowing many companies to take such printing in-house.


Understanding Laser Printer Connectivity

While the vast majority of new inkjets (barring photo printers) are AIOs, with lasers you’ll find an abundance of both single-function printers and AIOs as you shop. AIOs provide copying and scanning in addition to printing, and in some cases, fax capabilities, too. Models with fax functionality will have a phone-line interface.

Most laser printers or AIOs include an Ethernet jack, and some integrate Wi-Fi. Ethernet connections are essential for plugging into the office router or other wired network infrastructure. For a small or home office, this is often sufficient, too, but also look at the other connectivity options (usually a direct USB cable connection) if you just need to connect the printer to a single PC.

Also, when checking out the wireless aspects, be sure to check whether the Wi-Fi interface comes standard or is an option that you add via a module or card. Wi-Fi add-ons for laser AIOs tend to be extravagantly priced.

Control panels vary widely from one printer to the next. Make sure you get one with the walk-up features you need.

You might also see support for Wi-Fi Direct, or its equivalent, for establishing a direct peer-to-peer connection between computer and printer so you don’t need to connect to a network. Another more frequent option is support for Near-Field Communications (NFC) touch-to-print, which lets you print from a mobile device by simply tapping it on a specific spot on the printer.


Printing Speed: Where Testing Matters

If you do a lot of text-based printing, a single-function laser or a laser AIO will likely prove faster than an equivalent-priced inkjet AIO. There’s only so much speed you can get out of squirting ink, and an inkjet’s printhead mechanism running across the page in wide sweeps is an inherently mechanical, less efficient process. (That’s with some exceptions, as always; HP’s PageWide family of business inkjet printers, mentioned earlier, churns at laser-like speeds by making the inkjet printhead a non-moving array, a fixed element.)

You likely won’t notice the difference on small jobs, where it’s just a matter of shaving a few seconds off the time a comparable inkjet would take, but it adds up the more you print. If you plan to purchase a printer for regular large jobs, a laser will save you time spent waiting for your pages to print when you could be doing something else—including the next heavy print job.

Vendors will cite estimated printing speeds in pages per minute, but look at comparative reviews like ours for cross-model print-speed comparisons using real-world documents. (See how we test printers.)


Text-Quality Considerations

Inkjets work by spraying ink in microscopic droplets onto paper. A side effect of that, though: Ink bleeds. There’s a certain upside to this, as bleeding (when a computer’s algorithms and the printer’s resolution are up to snuff) can be harnessed to execute complex color combinations in photo reproduction. The downside is that bleeding can fuzz out fine lettering. It’s seldom enough to notice at a casual glance, but inkjet-derived text can show artifacts (speckling, blobs, wisps), smudging, and filament breaks, especially at very large font sizes (say, in headlines) or very small font sizes (say, when printing several page images on one page).

Even a compact laser such as the Xerox B210 can turn out some very nice black-and-white prints.

Lasers typically don’t have this problem, since a laser printer’s dust-like toner particles are positioned precisely on the page with the help of a drawing beam and then fused in place. They’re superior when you want to create a professional-looking document, say, on your office letterhead.

This applies double when you’re duplexing pages—that is, printing to both sizes of a sheet. With inkjets, visual bleed-through to the other side of the paper, with resultant shadow artifacts, may occur, though less so with thicker paper. That’s not an issue on a laser. You can grab a faxed document or produce a double-sided booklet without fears of seeing page 2 as you read page 3, unless you use very thin stock.

Also, because the toner is transferred electrostatically and then fused by heat to the page, laser output tends to handle dampness better, and it doesn’t need to “dry.” A laser can churn out pages atop one another without worrying about ink-saturated images transferring in part to adjacent pages that are still wet. This is an important factor for any business that needs cleanly printed color graphics, and fast.


Print Costs and Toner Considerations

Whether you use your inkjet regularly or leave it idle for weeks, you lose a bit of ink whenever you change cartridges or start up the printer and endure its cleaning cycle. The toner in laser cartridges isn’t subject to drying and tends to last longer when left idle, and toner cartridges also tend to last for more pages than most inkjet ones. This should, at least in theory, appeal to both the small office that frequently uses its printer (it means less-frequent accessory purchases) and to the one that prints only intermittently (because of less loss of the consumables between uses).

The HP Neverstop Laser MFP 1202w all-in-one saves money and reduces its ecological footprint with refillable toner.

Now, lasers typically have a higher up-front cost. Traditionally, they make up for it with greater cartridge efficiency—i.e., lower printing costs per page. But the rise of high-volume business inkjets has closed the page-cost gap, and depending upon the individual printers being compared, the advantage could now go either way. Some inkjets and lasers support bulk refills and cartridge subscriptions that can reduce the cost of toner and ink.

We discuss cost per page (CPP) in our laser printer reviews, and factor in any other accessory costs that might apply to an individual unit, such as drums, fusers, transfer rollers, and pick rollers. In some lasers, these parts require periodic replacement, especially in higher-end models. For a heavy-printing office, these numbers are key considerations.


Mind the Stock: Paper Handling and Duty Cycles

You’ll want to assess the paper trays in any laser model (AIO or single-function) that you are looking at: Will the tray volume meet the needs of your office, or will I constantly need to load paper?

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Paper-tray capacities tend to scale up or down with the duty cycle of the printer (more on which, next). The key things to look for: adequate capacity, the ability to add an extra tray or trays (in models that support this, you oftentimes stack them below the printer’s body), and a “bypass” slot for a limited amount of extra media (such as letterhead or envelopes). The output tray, meanwhile, should be large enough for the biggest document you’ll commonly print on the machine.

The Lexmark MC2535adwe can be expanded with additional paper trays.

“Duty cycle” is a specification issued by the printer maker that suggests the page-count limit you should heed on a given printer in a month to avoid overtaxing it. Duty cycle is often expressed as a “maximum duty cycle” (a hard limit to avoid surpassing) and as a “recommended duty cycle.” This spec, compared across printers (especially those within a given family), gives you an idea of how the maker perceives the relative ruggedness of a given printer. It also ties in to how big the paper trays ought to be; a 1,500-page monthly recommended duty cycle likely doesn’t merit paper trays that can hold 1,000 pages.


Speak My Language? PCL and PostScript

PCL and PostScript: Support for these two key page-description languages (PDLs) is mostly of interest to those who will use a laser printer or laser AIO for pre-proofing commercial print jobs in concert with desktop-publishing applications. Generally speaking, you’ll know that you need one or more of these PDLs if this is your business.

Conversely, if you don’t need them, you might be able to find an identical or similar laser AIO model in a given manufacturer’s laser line that’s cheaper, just minus the support. Don’t pay extra for it if you don’t and won’t need it.


Further Features to Look For

Many higher-end lasers include a touch-screen interface, secure (password-protected) printing, a built-in hard drive, and/or the ability to perform a range of functions over a network. Most have an automatic duplexer for printing on both sides of a sheet of paper, and many AIO models will have both a flatbed for scanning and an automatic document feeder (ADF) for scanning, copying, or faxing multipage documents. If scanning or copying stacks of documents is on your docket, an ADF is key.

Many higher-end AIOs now offer ADFs that can automatically scan two-sided pages. The feature will be either a reversing ADF (RADF), which scans one side of the page, flips the page over, and scans the other side, or a duplex scanner, which is an ADF that scans both sides of the page in one pass, making use of scanning sensors above and below the page. Duplex scanners are thus considerably faster, and they reduce mechanical complexity. They also add to the price, because of the additional scanning element. Note that some higher-end models let you add an RADF as an added-cost option, via an external mechanism that you install or snap on.

Finally, note that some laser printer and laser AIO models support office-centric security functions that may be handy—or overkill—for your specific printing situation. These are mostly an issue if you’re installing the printer in an open office environment and often print sensitive information that needs to be kept private. With an appropriately outfitted printer, you can have the printer generate a PIN that you’ll need to enter on the printer’s control panel to “release” the for-your-eyes-only print into your hands.

The Brother HL-L9310CDW color laser printer has a variety of communication options and even supports tapping ID cards for access.

Also in this category are print-volume tracking and access controls that might, for example, enable you to limit who in a workgroup is allowed to print in color (with the aim being to save toner). These are resolutely business-focused features; see also our guide to the best business printers, which incorporates both laser- and inkjet-based models.


LED Versus Laser: Does It Matter?

LED printers—which use light-emitting diodes instead of lasers as a light source—share many of the characteristics of laser printers, and are considered “laser-class” devices. They tend to be somewhat smaller than laser printers that share the same capabilities, so they’re particularly suitable for smaller offices where space may be at a premium.

That said, for the purposes of comparison, LED printers are essentially laser printers in terms of their output quality, general features, and outward appearance, and can be compared as such. Key printer players that offer LED-based models (as well as laser ones) include Brother, OKI, and Xerox.


So, Which Laser Printer Should You Buy?

Laser printers have much to offer businesses of all sizes, from sole proprietorships to large corporations, and are worth considering, under the right conditions, for home use as well. Take a look below at the 10 best lasers we’ve tested, which span a wide range of prices and capabilities. We update these picks often, but also check out our printer category page for the very latest reviews, including many that didn’t make the cut here. For more printer buying advice and reviews, check out our top printer picks overall and the best inkjet printers.

The 3 Best All-in-One Printers 2021

Our pick

HP OfficeJet Pro 9015e

Easy-to-use software, affordable ink, a long warranty, and plenty of thoughtful touches make this all-in-one less annoying than the competition. Results look sharp, too.

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The HP OfficeJet Pro 9015e is likely to be the easiest printer you’ve ever had to set up, and that alone is enough to recommend it. But it also prints beautifully (and quickly), scans well, has great apps for PCs and mobile devices, and prints for an affordable 2.2¢ per page in black or 8.9¢ per page in color. If you print a lot of photos, you can opt for HP’s Instant Ink program (a six-month trial is included with your initial purchase), which brings the cost of each color page to as little as 2.9¢, including glossies. It looks great in any office, thanks to a clean, compact design, and it comes with a two-year warranty that’s twice as long as what you’d get with most competing printers. The 9015e replaces our former pick, the OfficeJet Pro 9015, but it’s identical from a hardware perspective; the only differences are the longer warranty, the longer Instant Ink trial, and some added software features that are bundled into the new HP+ printing ecosystem. If you’re not interested in the extras HP+ has to offer, the older 9015 is a great machine that you might be able to find at a discount.

Budget pick

Brother MFC-J805DW

Brother’s entry-level AIO isn’t the fastest, best designed, or easiest to use, but it is cheap to operate, and it still produces great-looking prints and scans.

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If you just want the cheapest prints possible and don’t care about speed, fancy apps, or looks, the Brother MFC-J805DW is an excellent choice. At a mere 0.9¢ per black-and-white page and 4.7¢ for color, it’s one of the most cost-efficient printers you can buy, and the results look great, too. You’d wait longer to get them than you would with the HP 9015e, but for casual use that isn’t a big deal.

Upgrade pick

HP Color LaserJet Pro MFP M479fdw

This business-class machine checks all the boxes for a home office or small business: It’s faster, sharper, more durable, and more secure than our other picks.

If your work finds you printing and scanning all day, every day, you should be willing to upgrade to a business-oriented color laser AIO like the HP Color LaserJet Pro MFP M479fdw. It prints and scans faster, sharper, and more reliably than inkjet alternatives, and it includes robust admin and security settings designed for situations that may involve sensitive data. We don’t think it’s necessary for most homes or even the average home office. But if you run a business with modest printing and paper-handling needs, or if you’ve grown exasperated with your inkjet AIO’s failings, the M479fdw should hit the sweet spot.

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Printers & Scanners – Sam’s Club

Printers and Scanners

Do you need a printer or scanner to help you get the most out of your computer for work, play and school? A good printer will allow you to create professional-looking reports or pictures and labels. A good scanner allows you to copy and store important documents and letters on your computer. At Sam’s Club®, we carry a large selection of both to help meet your needs.

What do I need to know about system requirements?

Before making any purchase, be sure to look at what the requirements are. This is especially true for any wireless printer or 3D printer. These requirements are generally listed as needing a particular operating system, such as Windows or iOS, a certain amount of RAM and enough hard drive space for installation.

Should I get a printer or an all-in-one?

You’ll also want to decide whether or not you want a laser printer or an inkjet printer that’s a standalone or an all-in-one. Standalone models generally produce faster pages, don’t take up much space and perform one general function. They are an ideal choice if you’re just looking for an add-on computer accessory that just prints. All-in-one machines are excellent picks if you’re looking for a printer with multiple capabilities like scanning, faxing and copying. They are ideal for home and small business offices.

What is a supertank printer?

Supertank printers will print thousands of pages before the ink has to be changed, and it’s a very economical way to print. Sam’s Club has supertank printers from brands like Epson and HP. 

Ink and Toner

When choosing a particular printer, be sure to keep in mind the ink and toner that it requires. First and foremost, you’ll want to be sure to keep the right type on hand. Laser printers use toner cartridges while inkjet printers use ink cartridges. You’ll also want to consider long-term costs associated with printing from various models. Each ink or toner cartridge should tell you its yield in pages, which will then help you determine operating costs. If you’re looking at printing a lot of material daily, you’ll definitely want a machine that uses high-yield cartridges.

5 Best Fax Machines – Oct. 2021

While pagers, eight-track players, and CRT monitors have all long since been replaced by newer, smaller, and more powerful technologies, one tech relic has survived the years: the fax machine. Even in the age of the smartphone, people still transmit copies of pages across phone lines and count on their fax machines for critical business. Faxing is simple, reliable, and a widely accepted standard.

If you need to send faxes on a regular basis, buying a fax machine is the most cost-efficient way to send pages, so long as you find the right model. Because fax capabilities are often bundled with similar technologies like scanning and printing, it can be easy to spend a lot of money on features you don’t need.

Read our shopping guide to fax machines and get to know the must-have features and the gimmicks to avoid so you can find the model that suits you best.

Key fax machine features

All fax machines perform the same basic function: sending one or more printed pages to other fax machines. But modern fax machines can do a lot more, making them much more useful in your home or office. Here are the features we consider essential.

“All-in-one” functionality: While you can buy a machine that’s only a fax machine, it’s a better idea to buy an all-in-one printer/scanner/fax machine. You’ll save money and space by consolidating these functions.

WiFi: Many fax machines have built-in WiFi, so you can send documents directly from your smartphone, tablet, or computer to be faxed to a specific number. Much like wireless printing, wireless faxing is an incredible convenience that will leave you wondering how you ever lived without it.

Speed dial and memory: Faxing documents takes a while – even the fastest fax machines go one page at a time. Many models cut down on the time required to fax by having local storage for frequently used phone numbers, and offering speed dial for them. If you primarily send faxes to the same numbers, save yourself the hassle of redialing and pick up a fax machine with memory and speed dial.

Caller ID: Surprisingly, caller ID isn’t available on every fax machine, although it probably should be. Caller ID makes it easy to see who’s sending you a fax. If you’ll be using your fax machine to receive a lot of faxes, make sure the model you buy supports caller ID.

Physical fax machines vs. internet faxing services

As you’re shopping online for a fax machine, you’re bound to encounter internet faxing services, which can send documents from the web directly to a fax machine. While that may sound great, there are pros and cons to both traditional fax machines and web-based fax services. Here’s what you need to know.

  • Fax machines use traditional phone lines to establish a one-to-one connection with other fax machines. They’re loud, bulky, and boxy, as well as secure, reliable, and the best solution for anyone who sends faxes on a regular basis. If you buy a fax machine, you’ll be responsible for supplying paper, ink, and a phone line, but your cost per page will be lower over the long term than it would be with a web faxing service.

  • Internet faxing services charge a per-use fee for sending electronic documents to physical fax machines. While using an internet faxing service is more convenient, it’s both less secure and much more expensive. Most online faxing services also typically ask you to sign a user agreement that gives them the right to read the documents you fax, which is a major concern for those who prefer privacy.

Fax machine prices

Fax machines can get expensive, mainly because most do several things other than send faxes. You can expect to pay between $30 and $700 for a fax machine. Here’s what you’ll get for your money, depending on how much you want to spend.

Inexpensive: You’ll find fax machines that are only fax machines (and don’t include scanning or printing) or low-quality all-in-ones for between $30 and $99. If you just need a fax machine on a limited basis, or you’re looking to add fax functionality to your existing printer and scanner setup, you don’t need to spend a lot. If you’re looking for a solid printer/scanner/fax machine, you’ll need to shell out a little extra.

Mid-range: You can expect to encounter all-in-ones (fax machines that also print and scan) of varying quality for between $100 and $399. As you spend more, you’ll get additional features like WiFi support, as well as qualitative upgrades – expensive all-in-ones can scan at high resolutions, speed up faxes with auto-dialing, and even offer laser printing. If you need a fax machine that will last several years and consistently produce high-quality output, plan on looking at the higher end of the range.

Expensive: Fax machines that are part of large all-in-one devices – network laser printers that are built to be used by an entire office – cost between $400 and $700. Models in this price range are heavy but also include every possible feature you’d need, ranging from color copying to email-to-fax services. If you need a fax machine for a small- to medium-size business, or you simply need an all-in-one that does everything in perfect quality, it will be expensive.

Tips

  • If you need to fax a double-sided document, you might need to send each side as a separate fax. Most fax machines don’t support double-sided faxing, so if you have a document that has print on both sides, you’ll likely need to fax one side and then the other in order for both sides to reach the recipient.

  • If you don’t already have a place to put a fax machine, you might need to buy a printer stand. Most fax machines are pretty bulky and take up a decent amount of room, so as you’re shopping, note the measurements of various models and make sure you have enough room in your computer space.

  • If you need to send a fax to a phone number with an extension, include the extension when dialing on your fax machine. Most fax machines are able to understand and work with additional numbers on a phone number, including country codes, area codes, and phone extensions. Whenever you’re entering a fax number into your fax machine, be sure to include everything you can to ensure it reaches the proper destination.

FAQ

Q. How long does it take to send a fax?

A. Several factors impact how long it takes to send a fax. It depends on how fast of a connection the two machines have, as well as the length of the fax itself. In general, it takes about 30 seconds to one minute to fax a single page.

Q. Can I send a fax with a fax machine if I don’t have a landline?

A. No. Fax machines depend on traditional telephone landlines to transmit pages and have historically had problems when used with VoIP lines. While you might find accounts of individual users getting fax machines to work with VoIP lines, widespread compatibility isn’t there yet.

Q. Can I send a fax directly from my computer to a fax machine?

A. Yes, depending on the model. Some high-end fax machines (typically all-in-one printer/scanner/fax machines) feature WiFi, which lets you send documents directly from a computer or mobile device to the fax machine for faxing. If this is a must-have feature for you, make sure the model you buy supports WiFi.

Comparison of Four-in-One Print, Copy, Scan and Fax Machines | Small Business

A popular option in technology is to invest in a multifunction or all-in-one machine — as opposed to dedicated machines — that can handle printing, copying, scanning and faxing. Students, office atmospheres, businesses, organizations and households can all find usefulness and potentially even save money with these machines. Both high- and low-end models are available from a variety of manufacturers. The preferences and options you select in a multifunction printer — just like many other pieces of technology — affect its purchase price.

Inkjet vs. Laser

Printers come with either laser or inkjet printing technology. While inkjet printers print in color and cost less than both monochrome or full color laser printers, there’s usually a trade-off. Laser printers cost more, but offer faster printing speeds and overall better quality than inkjets. This makes laser printers suitable if you need professional quality, such as for photos or business documents. On the other hand, while inkjet printers cost less, you’ll spend more money over time replacing its ink cartridges than you might replacing toner cartridges for a laser printer. In addition, laser printers can typically handle greater workloads, printing significantly more pages per cartridge than an inkjet printer.

Fax Capabilities

The faxing capabilities of a multifunction printer can be beneficial if you intend to fax documents on a regular basis. Printers with a fax modem typically take up more desk space and may cost more than those without this option. If this feature isn’t critical, you may be able to do without the fax capability and use the software and fax modem built directly into your computer. Otherwise, all-in-one printers usually come with either a fax modem that enables the printer to act as a fax machine and send documents directly or software that enables you to scan documents and fax it through your computer using the Internet.

Speed

Manufacturers typically express speed using the “pages per minute” or ppm measurement and the higher this number, the faster it can print and make copies. Average speeds are around 10 to 20 ppm, with black-and-white prints having faster speeds than color. You can find ratings above and below that mark, although most individuals or households won’t notice a great difference between a machine that prints, for example, at 24 ppm vs. one at 34 ppm. If you’re sharing a printer or using it for business, you may want to look for a printer with higher speeds.

Resolution

Resolution refers to the quality of the print or copy job and is usually expressed as “dots per inch” or dpi. Common resolutions for copying and printing with inkjet printers are 4,800 by 1,200 dpi. Quality also factors in and you can often get crisper, cleaner text with a laser printer with lower resolution than you can with a high-resolution inkjet printer. For scanning purposes, higher resolution typically translates into sharper images and text. Multifunction machines that use CCD, rather than CIS, technology also usually give better scans.

Secondary Features

Four-in-one multifunction machines may offer a variety of secondary features that persuade you to choose one model over the other. For example, you can find some that offer Wi-Fi capabilities that allow you to print wirelessly from laptops and other Wi-Fi devices, though models with this feature usually costs more. Some multifunction printers read media cards, have LCD preview screens and can print directly from a digital camera. Other features include duplex printing, high-capacity paper trays and extra software for faxing, editing documents and photo scans.

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90,000 how often, at what mileage?

It would be great to just buy a car, periodically fill in gasoline and not know the problems. But in a complex and stuffed with electronics cars there are many parts and assemblies that wear out over time. How often do they lose their qualities and is it possible to calculate the optimal interval for changing oil, antifreeze and pads? This is what we will understand.

Engine oil change

Change every 7,000 km, together with the oil filter.Check at least once every 3-4 weeks.

Laboratory analyzes of workings show that in 99% of cases the limit of any oil is 7-10 thousand km. A driver who loves his car changes the oil at least 9 thousand km: the exact timing depends on the actual operating conditions.

If one car is destined to slowly drive along the ideal roads of Norway, then another – while away the hours on the Moscow Ring Road, and the third – often ride on the sand. It is important to check the oil every 2 weeks, at least visually – we assume our readers are aware of the location of the dipstick.

IMPORTANT : Under difficult operating conditions of engine oil (plugs also belong to them!), The oil change interval is reduced by 1.5 – 2 times! So you get 7 thousand km, if 15 000 km recommended by the service are divided by 2.

It is important to check the oil every 2 weeks, at least visually

Replacing the coolant

Every 160,000 km, or every 3-4 years. Top up if necessary.

Antifreeze is a universal soldier: it soothes a raging engine in an emergency, is responsible for cooling the engine and protecting the cooling system from corrosion.
Do not be lazy and check the expansion tank every 2 weeks, later it can save a lot of money and nerves. The optimal level of antifreeze is between the min and max marks: in no case should the liquid be below the minimum, but it should not rise above the maximum either.

If you find antifreeze at the very bottom, topped up to the desired level, but after a few kilometers it has become noticeably less, go to the service.The case may be a crack in the tank or a breakdown of its lid, which is solved by a simple change of units.

Much worse if the damage is inside the motor. The service center becomes the only place where you can go by car. Moreover, you first need to add antifreeze, and during the trip, carefully monitor the sensors on the instrument panel.

IMPORTANT! Add coolant only after the engine has cooled down.Otherwise, opening the lid, you risk burning your face and hands.
It is undesirable to mix antifreeze of various types and manufacturers. Well, at least sticking to one color is important.

How often do I change the brake pads?

On the “automatic” every 25,000 km, mechanically – 30,000 km

The brakes can be disc or drum, but you still need to change the pads. Moreover, the front ones are more frequent than the rear ones: taking on the main load, they wear out 3 times faster, regardless of the drive of the car.

The pads are always changed in pairs – both front or both rear.

IMPORTANT! It is not allowed to drive a car in which representatives of one pair have different degrees of wear and tear.
Disc brake pads will declare wear and tear with a nasty whistle, the drum system is characterized by a strong squeak while driving.
If the problem is not resolved in time, the brake discs begin to wear off, so these parts will have to be updated as well.Needless to say about problems with braking and abrupt wear of the entire brake system. Here the risk is not at all justified.

Having scored on the replacement of brake pads, you run the risk of “getting” also on the replacement of brake discs.

Replacement of brake fluid

Every 40,000 km or every 2 years

Checking the brake fluid is helpful whenever you open the bonnet. As strange as it may sound, when changing the “brake”, make sure that the right fluid enters the correct expansion tank.By mixing oils and fluids, you run the risk of “killing” the car.

We continue to find out how often vital vehicle components need to be changed.

Power steering fluid replacement

Change if necessary, check every month.

To check the fluid level in the hydraulic booster, just look at the special window marked min and max. If you encounter resistance when turning the steering wheel or the level is below the minimum, simply add fluid.
IMPORTANT! Be sure to make sure that you have correctly identified that this particular tank is used for power steering fluid.

Replacing the fuel filter

On a gasoline engine every 80,000 km of run, on a diesel engine every 20 – 30 thousand km of run. It is advisable to change it together with the fuel pump mesh.

The fuel filter is like an eternal duty filter: when it is on duty and in full combat readiness, not a single speck of dust will slip into the cylinder block, the fuel pump will run smoothly, and the injectors will receive proper clogging protection.If you do not change the filter for a long time, the motor will start to run unevenly and will stop starting the first time.

The car won’t start the first time? Probably the problem is in the filter.

Replacing the air filter

On a gasoline engine every 30 – 40 thousand km, on a diesel engine – every 30 thousand km

The air filter is even harder than the fuel filter: there is much more dust in the air than in already processed fuel.
A disregard for replacing the filter can result in a decrease in engine power, an increase in its “appetite” and, in the end, engine breakdown. It would seem such a banal and inexpensive detail, but it should not be underestimated.

Replacing the cabin filter

Every 3 to 6 months. At least every 20,000 km!

It is worth changing the cabin filter as often as possible, because the microclimate in the car depends on it, and, consequently, the well-being of the driver and passengers.
Don’t want to get allergies or runny nose due to dirty air in the cabin? Then don’t skimp on changing the cabin filter.

Spark plug

Every 30,000 – 50,000 km (when the engine starts to malfunction due to misfiring)

If you fill in high-quality fuel and do not torment your car too much, the candles will last a long time, but sooner or later you will still have to change them. What are the consequences of a late replacement? A noticeable deterioration in engine power and economy.It is not necessary to bring to the point that the “engine” begins to triple or breaks down altogether.

Spark plugs directly affect engine performance.

Do I need to change the timing chain at all?

Strictly every 150,000 km (under favorable conditions)

If the timing chain is out of order, this is a very sad story: the engine is seriously damaged, deformed, and expensive repairs await ahead. So in this case it is better not to delay, not to climb into the system yourself, but to entrust the matter to professionals.
As they wear out, the drive belts also change: if cracks are visible on them, it’s time to sign up for a service.

Battery

Every 40,000 – 60,000 km or every 3 – 4 years

Only 2 factors affect the performance of the battery – the conditions and the intensity of vehicle use. It must be changed in a timely manner, at least in order not to guess at sub-zero temperatures: it will start / will not start.
It is better to take care of the car and prevent breakdowns, so that later it will not be excruciatingly painful to pay for expensive repairs.
Happy and safe road to you, dear readers!

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Five Tips – Rossiyskaya Gazeta

It should be recalled right away that the situation in the Russian automotive market changed dramatically in 2014, when new cars doubled in price.The secondary market in our country, due to the much larger scale of offers and in many respects stereotyped attitude of domestic buyers, lives by different laws, which primarily concerns the formation of prices.

In addition, in recent years, official dealers have had a very strong influence, and after the failure of new car sales, they have tackled “used cars”. And, of course, the “outbid” want to grab their piece of the pie. In general, a person who has never sold a car in his life can discover a completely new world in which he will act as no less than a competitor to the automotive business.And you need to be ready for this, otherwise you may be deceived.

When to sell a car

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The first thing to understand when, in fact, comes the need to sell. Here, of course, there are objective and subjective factors, in which it is preferable to give priority to the first.

The main signal for sale – the car has started to “crumble” or has been restored after a serious accident. In the vast majority of cases, a car is sold precisely for these reasons.If your visits to the service have become more frequent to unacceptable values, then it’s time to leave.

It is easy to determine: the annual repair costs divided by 12 months should be at least half the monthly payment on a loan for a new car of the same class as yours. That is, when once a month it is more profitable and more comfortable to transfer interest to the bank than to rush around services and look for cheaper parts.

The second selling factor is a sharp increase in income or wealth.An inheritance from a grandmother or a new high-paying position is also an objective factor in changing a car, even if its technical condition suits you. The fact is that new cars are getting more expensive every year, and yours is getting cheaper every year, so the price gap will only increase over time. So if you have the financial ability to change the car for a new one today is much more profitable than tomorrow.

But the subjective factor of the sale – “I’m tired of the car, I want another” – most likely will not lead to anything good.Most likely, you will either give someone a decent car and buy a bad one, or you will accumulate credit debts that will aggravate your financial condition.

Remember that prices on the secondary market rise much longer than on the primary. And due to the collapse of the ruble exchange rate and a twofold increase in prices in 2014 for new cars, add to the same car as yours, only a new one today will have to be twice as much.

What price to assign

Photo: Alexander Wilf / RIA Novosti

The most controversial factor in the sale, since the speed of the car sale and the amount of surcharge for a new car will depend on the price.

The first thing to remember is that your car is not the best, and you are not the most caring owner. There will always be someone who has less mileage, the oil changed twice as often as the regulations, the body was wrapped in film, and so on. So do not flatter yourself. The selling price is your “Wishlist”, not the real value of your car. Try to be objective about it.

The second factor – any improvements to the car such as cool alloy wheels, heaped up “music” or an interior altered by leather, you did exclusively for yourself.Your buyer does not need all this, and therefore it does not affect the price – only factory modifications, mileage and condition play a role. To sell more expensive tuning gadgets, you will have to wait for a person who is willing to pay for them. Sometimes it takes many months. And such bells and whistles as airbrushing in the whole body, most likely, will leave the car with you forever, or it will have to be repainted.

If you are confident in your car, the price should be average for all factors – the region of sale, condition, popularity of the model and even the demand for a complete set or color.Selling an all-wheel drive crossover “mechanically” in Moscow is more difficult than a front-wheel drive “automatic” in Petrozavodsk. And it is more difficult to sell a red Gelendvagen than a black one. All this is regulated by the price, and, the most surprising, not always in the direction of decrease. For example, if there is only one red “Gelendvagen” in your city, you can sell it for more than a black one, throwing it on for exclusivity.

At the same time, the average market value means that you will have a lot of competitors with the same machines, so there should be an advantage.First of all, there are a lot of high-quality photos and a very good description. It is advisable to describe all the details: where the car drove, who was serviced by, which service bases are listed, what was repaired and how.

Honesty is also the key to a quick sale. If a prepared buyer comes to you and asks uncomfortable questions, for example, about an accident that you did not mention. Then either you need to be able to get out beautifully, or talk as it is, reducing the price.

Well, when submitting an advertisement on the Internet, you will have to spend money on promotion – without this, today you can nowhere.Internet sites will have to pay at least the minimum amount once a week to get into the priority search results.

In any case, they will always bargain with you, so you need to understand how much you are ready to concede. The complete absence of calls to the ad suggests that the price is unreasonably high. By the way, easy compliance and a low price are also not always good, as they raise suspicions.

In general, the formation of the correct value for a used car is a whole science, the parameters of which can change in each case.

Who is more profitable to sell to

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Today there are three categories of buyers – private traders, dealers and resellers.

The most profitable, but also the most troublesome buyer is the same as you are an ordinary car enthusiast. He is poorly versed in the intricacies and tricks of this business, trades within reasonable “human” limits, and his main fear is deceiving the seller. In this case, most often the transaction occurs when mutual trust is found, when it is clear that one is not trying to play up by selling, and the other is not “squeezing money” by buying.

However, in this case, all sales costs will fall on your shoulders – bringing the car into a marketable condition, working with ad sites, interacting with potential buyers, trips to service checks, etc. In fact, for the duration of the sale of his car, the owner himself arranges for a part-time job as a seller, which is compensated by a higher sale price, but only if the necessary time is available.

That is why resellers will be the first to call you. They know perfectly well that most people do not want to bother selling cars, and therefore they will offer you money “right now”, but much lower than the size of your desire.If you cannot be taken “head-on”, a long bargaining will take place – they will tell you how illiquid your car is, that it has a lot of shortcomings only from photographs, and even more will come out during a service check. Etc.

Here, as they say, everything is at your discretion. The only thing: remember that the reseller needs your car only to earn money. The sooner you give up, the more money will be made for you. In addition, fraudsters are regularly encountered among dealers, so there is a risk of being left without a car and without money.

By and large, the Trade-in departments of official dealers work exactly according to the same scheme. There are three main differences from dealers. Dealers do not work with “muddy” cars – that is, with those that have legal or documentary problems, as well as with cars in very poor technical condition. The second point: the dealer is a guarantee of the legal and financial purity of the transaction, the likelihood of fraud here is negligible.

Well, and the third point – Trade-in works in conjunction with the new car sales department.That is, the uninteresting purchase price of your car is offset by a discount on a new car. That is, you, as a seller, in most cases do not lose anything, however, you do not gain. Everything here will depend on whether you need a new car and what kind of discount will be offered on it. There is a chance that the dealer will agree to give you a new car at a discount and without any “trade-ins”. In this case, it is not profitable to take the car to the salon again.

Output

Photo: iStock

To summarize briefly.

1. Selling a car is worth only when you are sure that the new car will be guaranteed and much better than the existing one. Otherwise, there is a great chance to change the awl for soap.

2. Don’t be greedy. You can sell a car for as much as you buy it, and not for as much as you initially want.

3. You must have some advantage that distinguishes your car from all others, otherwise you will have to reduce the price.

4. In most cases, you can only profitably sell a car yourself.Fast – usually only through intermediaries.

5. If the choice fell on intermediaries, it is better to sell a good car through dealers, a problem one – through dealers.

Buying a car pledged in a bank: how to do it right?

Buying a car is a serious and costly business. In order not to get into a mess when faced with fraud or due to ignorance of legal intricacies, it is enough to follow just a few simple rules, which, surprisingly, are neglected by many.Let’s consider a typical situation: you have finally decided to buy the car of your dreams. But there is not enough money for a new car, or you think that it is unprofitable. One way or another, you decide to buy a car from hand. You find an advertisement for the sale of the desired car, meet with the owner, and you are completely satisfied with the condition of the car. But the car is pledged by the bank. Can you buy such a car? What is the threat of such an acquisition? And how to protect yourself from unforeseen troubles?

If the car is pledged by the bank, this does not mean at all that it cannot be bought or sold.The schemes of transactions with pledged cars have existed for quite a long time, and citizens use them successfully. The main thing that you need to understand when agreeing to a deal with a pledged car is that it is on the bank’s credit balance. That is, the seller of the car, if he does not fully repay the loan during the transaction, through the same transaction transfers his obligations to the bank to the buyer, if the bank gives its consent to such an operation.

If you agree to the deal, it is better to conduct it at the bank branch, in which the car is pledged.In the first option, the seller must inform the bank that he is going to repay his car loan ahead of schedule. In order for the car to be bought out in accordance with all the rules, it is advisable to invite a notary to the deal. The owner of the secured car will agree with the credit institution (bank) and the notary on all issues related to documenting the transaction.

The procedure for repurchasing a pledged car in a bank is as follows: the parties sign a sale and purchase agreement certified by a notary, then the buyer pays for the purchase, after which the seller repays the loan in full by paying the necessary amount to the bank’s cash desk.The bank must release all pledges on the car by filing a notice in the register of notifications of pledges on movable property.

In the second option, the bank first approves the assignment of claims in the amount of the remaining amount owed by the seller to the bank for this car. Then the buyer and the seller sign a sales contract, certified by a notary. If the value of the car exceeds the amount owed to the bank, the buyer pays this difference to the seller.After completing all the documents, the bank submits a notice to the register of notifications on the pledge of movable property about the withdrawal of the pledge from the seller and about the emergence of a new pledge for the same car, but for the buyer.

However, it may turn out that you will buy a pledged car without even knowing it, and after a while it will turn out that you must either find the previous owner or repay someone else’s loan. If the owner, during the transaction, kept silent about the fact that the car was pledged, most often it is not possible to find it.And you, having spent money on the purchase, either lose the car, or you will pay the money to the bank, in fact, buying the same car a second time. A notary can also help to avoid such an unpleasant situation. It is enough to come to him, having the VIN of the car that you want to buy, and the notary will check in the register of the notice of pledges of movable property, whether the car is pledged or not, and will give you a document stating that on a certain date and time the car was not listed in the pledge registry.This guarantees you that the bank will no longer be able to challenge your right to own this car, even if the car was pledged, just the bank for some reason did not enter this information into the register. You can check the registry data yourself, on the website of the Federal Notary Chamber, but only thanks to a document from a notary, even if the car is still pledged, but the information has not been entered into the register, the bank will not be able to force you to pay someone else’s debt or pick up the car.

a document granting a person the right to perform a certain action by a person whose consent is required to complete a particular transaction in accordance with the law.Notarized consents include: the consent of the spouse to conclude a transaction (both for the acquisition and for the alienation of property), consent to refuse privatization, consent to travel abroad of a minor child, consent of the owners (tenants) of housing for temporary registration. individuals who conclude or have concluded an agreement with each other. The state (the Russian Federation, its subjects), which act on an equal footing with other participants in civil law relations, can be a party to the agreement.an agreement of two or more persons on the establishment, change or termination of civil rights and obligations; an official authorized by the state who has the right to perform notarial acts on behalf of the Russian Federation in the interests of Russian citizens and organizations (legal entities); loans, commodity and commercial loans, loans, bank deposits, bank accounts or other borrowings, regardless of the method of their registration.

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If the wash has not ended, the time on the display does not change

See if the drum is spinning.

If the drum does not rotate

  1. Wait 20 minutes for the error to appear.
  2. After the error appears, find its transcript or contact support.

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If the drum is rotating

  1. Wait 10 minutes, the machine straightens the laundry.
  2. If washing continues, then everything is in order, the machine has straightened the laundry.
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Laundry remains wet for a number of reasons, which are listed below.Check each one in turn.

A washing mode in which there is no spin is selected

In delicate modes, the machine does not spin the laundry. Modes for delicate fabrics: hand wash, hand wash wool, wool, but there may be others. For details, see the instructions for your washing machine.

To check if the machine is working properly, wash the laundry in a different mode: quick wash, daily, etc.

Low speed during spinning

Check which spin speed has been selected.At low speeds, the laundry is almost not wrung out.

To check the condition of the machine, set high speed – 800 or 1000.

Bed linen or large items

Bed linen and large items are often wrinkled and tangled. In such cases, the machine cannot squeeze them out efficiently.

If you wash such items, remove them from the machine, straighten them, put them in the machine and start the Spin mode again.

Washing a small amount of items

When washing one or two items, the machine cannot wring out the laundry properly.For a better spin, wash at least 4 items.

Dirty drain filter

If the drain filter is dirty, the water is drained out more slowly than necessary. During spinning, part of the water does not have time to drain and is retained in the drum. This keeps things wet.

To allow water to drain properly, clean the drain filter.

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How to clean the drain filter on a washing machine

Delivery of goods to Wildberries warehouses

We deliver to all Wildberries warehouses in Russia.

Special offer for Wildberries suppliers

  • Up to 65% discount on inter-terminal transportation in more than 400 directions – view the list
  • Free delivery from your warehouse to the terminal of Business Lines (in the cities where they are)

To find out the approximate cost, taking into account the discount, send a request through the feedback form or contact your manager.

The cost of inter-terminal transportation and delivery to distribution centers in the calculator is calculated without discount.We will indicate the total cost when issuing an invoice.

Financing of supplies from the bank Point

Get a loan to a current account up to 20,000,000 rubles online.
Open a current account without visiting the bank

How to order delivery

Making an order on the website. In the “Recipient” block, click “Enter complete information about the recipient.” Indicate the name of the organization and TIN – LLC “WILDBERRIES”, TIN 7721546864.

Delivery takes place in 3 stages:

  • Prepare for shipment
  • Transportation to the city of receipt
  • Delivery of cargo to the warehouse Wildberries

Stage 1: preparation for shipment

Marking.In the personal account of the Wildberries partner, generate and print barcodes for boxes (box barcode) and a barcode for a consignment note (barcode for TTN). Label the shipment according to the type of delivery.

Types of supply Wildberries

  • Super safe is an expensive product. For example, watches, jewelry, digital technology – check the full list of products in the supplier’s personal account Wildberries
  • Monocorob – products with the same SKU (one article, color and size).Maximum size: 60 × 40 × 40 cm, weight: no more than 25 kg
  • Monopallet – mono-box on a Euro pallet 120 × 80 cm. Volume: more than 1 m 3 , height: not less than 0.5 m, including corner protection. Weight: no more than 500 kg
  • Mix-box – goods of different colors, models and sizes. The box does not exceed the size of the euro pallet: 120 × 80 cm, weight: no more than 25 kg

Important. There are restrictions on the carriage of some goods.

Mark all cargo spaces with barcodes – box barcode.Mark monopallets with one CC of the box in the same way as the mono-box. Stick the SHK TTN onto one of the cargo spaces.

Attach an information sheet to the super safe: indicate the type of delivery, as well as the quantity of goods in the container. Such deliveries are accepted at a separate gate and the goods are counted upon receipt.

Packing. Pack the cargo according to the Wildberries rules. Loads over 1 m 3 are accepted only on a sealed pallet. Use the “Additional packaging” service: we will pack the cargo according to the Wildberries rules and make the marking of the SHK TTN.

When the cargo arrives in the city of receipt, the manager will contact you and ask you to send a delivery barcode by email. mail.

Several types of deliveries in one machine. You can send mono and mix pallets in one machine. For this:

  • Make deliveries in your Wildberries personal account from one supplier
  • Generate a separate SHK TTN
  • for each delivery
  • Mark the cargo slots of the SK box and pack each shipment on a separate pallet
  • Label each pallet with the appropriate TTN barcode.If you ordered packaging from us, we will do it

We recommend arranging mix and mono pallets as separate invoices.

Stage 2: transportation to the city of receipt

Transfer of cargo. Drop off your cargo at one of our terminals. If there is no time to go to the terminal, order delivery from the address, and we ourselves will come for the cargo.

Important:

  • Issue goods from different suppliers with separate invoices
  • Draw up a separate consignment note for each type of delivery

Documents.After the delivery of the goods, you will receive a delivery note. We work under a standard contract. If this is your first time sending goods to Wildberries with Business Lines, sign an additional agreement for the release of the cargo and transfer it to our terminal.

Cargo transportation. We transport cargo to the terminal of Business Lines in the city of receipt.

Stage 3: delivery of cargo to the Wildberries warehouse

Checking the marking. Before delivery, we check the cargo for compliance with Wildberries requirements and the presence of the TTN barcode.If something is wrong, the manager will contact you and help you fix everything.

Ordering a pass. A personal manager agrees with you the delivery date. Then we assign a car, driver and send you this data after 17:00 on the day before delivery. You order a driver pass in the Wildberries supplier’s office.

Important. We will send the data for the pass to your email. mail. To prevent the letter from getting into spam, add the following mail address to your favorites: [email protected]

Delivery.We hand over the cargo to the Wildberries warehouse. We will contact you if the acceptance officer has any questions and will resolve them on the spot.

Schedule of cargo delivery to Wildberries warehouses:

  • Warehouses in Zelenodolsk and Koledino: Mon. – Sun.
  • Warehouse in Podolsk: Mon. – Sat.
  • Other warehouses: Mon. – Fri.

Questions and answers on delivery to Wildberries

How long does delivery take?
You can find out the approximate transportation time in the calculator.You can track the cargo in the tracker.

Do you take on urgent orders?
If you need to deliver your cargo quickly from a remote point in Russia, order express or air transportation.

Questions about delivery to Wildberries please send via the feedback form or email: [email protected]

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