Clearing the jam from rear of the printer (1) Locate the knob or access tab on the back of the printer by or on the panel itself. ... (2) Remove the panel and carefully pull out the jammed paper. (3) Locate and clear away any small bits of paper that remain. (4) Replace and secure the rear panel.
Unplug the printer to reset the internal power module, plug another appliance into the wall outlet to test the power, and then reconnect the printer. (1) Disconnect the power cord from the rear of the printer. (2) Unplug the power cord from the wall outlet, power strip, or surge protector.
Try to restore power to the machine Remove thepowercord for at least 30 seconds. Press and hold the ON/OFF button down, and then insert thepowercord back into theBrothermachine.Do notrelease the ON/OFF button until the machinehasbeen powered on completely.
Make sure it's connected to WiFi. Use a USB cable to connect and see if it works again. Move your printer to where it gets the best WiFi signal without interference. ... In this case, reconnect your device to the network, reconfigure security settings to include printers, and/or install updated drivers.
Remove the partially printed paper and look if the print is all black, then look at the imaging drum on the toner to see if there is any print. If it is all black then it is either a defective toner cartridge or a problem with the high voltage power supply.
Overfilling the paper tray is frequently the cause of paper jams. ... Make sure your printer paper is correctly seated into the slot or tray. Examine the printer for any debris before printing. Previous paper jams, torn paper, printing labels or other foreign objects in the printer can cause reoccurring jams.
First, faded printing sometimes results from cartridges that have become clogged in some way. You should particularly suspect this if the prints are faded on only one side and if the printer is not telling you to replace the toner cartridge. ... Using a clean, damp cloth, wipe the print heads from front to back.
Ink cartridges cannot be recognised errors not related to printer driver update, or an empty cartridge can mean that either a cartridge is not clicked in correctly, the chip is dirty, faulty, or the chip contacts (in printer) are damaged.
Streaks and unwanted lines could mean that the printer heads are out of alignment. There's an alignment tool in the printer's control panel. If that's not the issue then the printer is dirty. Printer ink stripes may appear along the edges of the paper, which means there's ink on the rollers and other parts.
Wet a paper towel with cool water. Wipe solid surfaces, such as the floor or your desk, with the towel to pick up loose toner powder. Take soiled clothing or other fabric materials outside. Hold the garment over a trash can, then shake the item several times to knock off loose powder.