Question about Brother MFCJ6510DW AllInOne Inkjet Printer
All programs are closed and computer and printer/scanner have been shut down for several hours, so hopefully nothing is cached. I only have 4 GB of RAM, is this my problem? Sometimes it will work quite well for a while, and then boom I get this message.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
We had this problem. It turned out there was actually a piece of paper stuck in the printer! It wasn't so easy to see it from the rear.
We removed the paper from the front by taking out the ink cartridge first. Turned the printer back on and everything was fine.
Posted on Apr 06, 2009
You have to configure the scanner for the maximum number of shades of grey, usually 256, or more,
if available, rather than black and white, as it apparently is presently set.
If you need more assistance with this, just leave a comment, with the name of the program you use with
your scanner and any other helpful information that will help me help you.
Posted on Apr 17, 2009
I have fixed this problem on my 7820n printer by brother.
open the back door, then inside there will be a black colored other kind of like door that pulls back away from the roller. on this inner door is a black long thin plastic lever that runs from about the center of the inner door to the right. on the right end of it is a lever that slides along a curved increase on the right side wall. when both doors are closed this right end of the rod or lever moves up to close the gap between what is the sensor. this long thin plastic rod had snapped out of place and when i snapped it back in making sure the spring was correctly installed on the left end of it and the middle part of the rod slid correctly in its groove...the right end of the lever correctly closed the gap on the sensor (when both doors are closed) and the back door open error went away.
So that's how you really fix it!!!!
James Hilliard - Totally super awesome guy! hee hee
Posted on Feb 12, 2010
Did you try to check the cable connection by removing and pluging it again. If not please do it.
I believe it is the connection problem, if you can uninstall and reinstall the scanner driver again or repair it using the printer software CD. I might help the problem.
Posted on Feb 23, 2011
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Please click this link and download all drivers and software related to your printer. Make sure to uninstall first all the softwares related to the printer before installing a new one. If same thing will occurs after installing the drivers and softwares, try to reset the machine back to the factory default state. Please see below procedure:
Press 1 for Reset.
- For DCP users:
Press + forReset.
Press 1 for Reboot.
- For DCP users:
Press + for Reboot.
Posted on Aug 24, 2011
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