Sato Printer Repair

Call Thunderbird Technical Services to repair and service these Sato printers:

  • Sato Pro Series (M84Pro, M8400, M8400RVe)
  • Sato e Series (GL4e, GTe, CL408e, CL412e, CL608e, CL612e, LM408e, M5900RVe)
  • Sato S Series (8485se, 8490se, 8465se, 8460se, 8459se, S84, LT408)

Call Thunderbird for your Sato Printer repair. Our technicians are factory trained and we offer your best solution for Sato maintenance and repairs. Our brand of service is a model for the industry. Most of our customers have not experienced significant downtime in years. You can be assured your Sato printer will be repaired quickly and affordably.

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Sato Printer Service Programs

Since 2000, Thunderbird Technical Services has provided on-site barcode printer repair services, service plans and maintenance programs in these, and in the surrounding areas of Cincinnati-Northern Kentucky, Dayton - Springfield, Vevay, Indiana, Madison, IN, Columbus, OH, Southeastern Ohio, Maysville, and Eastern Kentucky, Lexington, Louisville, Mississippi, Alabama, Louisiana, western Tennessee, and our newest office in Phoenix covers to the San Diego Area.

We also offer depot repair service programs and remedial services. We can return your machine to ‘like new’ condition, fast, friendly and cost effective for your business. Thunderbird will offer you a quote for your repair within 48 hours of having your machine.

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