We have a wonderfully cheap xerox printer, who when handled gently, produces excellent results. The build quality is appalling, being made mostly of brittle plastic.
A colleague would vent his frustration about paper jams (paper not loaded neatly) by slamming the cassette shut. Cue taking out trays, reseating / replacing rollers etc.
When asked if he would treat a hasselblad or sinar in the same way, of course not.
As a finishing stage, the printer is stroked, and spoken kindly to. Then it works.
I’m now no longer certain that I’ve not been unaware of micro switches.