Question about Brother Mfc-7360N Monochrome Laser All-In-One Printer With Networking
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The slides you are moving are for the drum units, you could try using canned air to blow in the same area that the sliders slide across, if that doesn't help you may need a new drum unit..
Posted on Aug 24, 2009
You need to open the printer access panel. Inside, there's the "drum", which is secured with plastic tabs.
Posted on Oct 28, 2009
SOURCE: Brother 4070 CDW Drum Unit Error
The green tabs that you have to slide are under the color cartridges, so remove the three color cartridges and you will see three green tabs, to slide the tab across the wire you have to first open the translucent plastic wire cover, then slide the green tab across the wires and return it to it's original position, close the wire covers, replace the color cartridges, and reassemble the printer. All the Best
Posted on May 03, 2010
SOURCE: Our Brother HL4040CN is saying
The green tab referred to on the drum unit slides a thin wire across the drum to scrape off any built-up toner that has accumulated.
To do this, first open the door to access the toner/drum cartridges (it's the same door you'd open to replace a spent cartridge). Remove one of the cartridges; the inside of the door will have a sticker illustrating the exact steps to do this. Once you've removed a cartridge, look to the end that is inserted first when installing it (the end opposite the one grasped to remove the cartridge). You should see a small green tab here. Slide it left and right several times to clear away any blockage. For good measure, vigorously shake the cartridge side to side to evenly redistribute the remaining toner evenly inside the cartridge. Replace the cartridge and repeat these steps for each one remaining.
If you still get an error after following these steps, remove each cartridge and shake it extra vigorously for at least 10 seconds. Sometimes the toner can clump inside the cartridge, causing the printer to interpret it as a blockage. This is especially likely to occur if you live in an area with a humid environment.
Posted on Jun 14, 2011
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