Question about Brother DCP-7020 All-In-One Laser Printer
My printer was pluged in a 220 volts surge and the power supply was blown off. I repaired it by changing only the fuse which was blown off and all was OK. But the problem I'm facing now is that, when I put the printer on , I saw a message on the LCD screem reading "Please Wait" which will last for as long as the printer is left on. the scannig arm does not move normally as it should making a cracking or grinding sound and I also noticed that the fan is not spinning as it should be thou the power is on .
There is more to he fuse blowing that caused the problem. U may have also caused the control board to fail. Take it into a service rep to have it looked at .
Posted on Jul 11, 2007
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