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Replacing the Print Cartridge 1 Open the front cover, and then open the top cover by pressing the blue levers on both sides of the top cover. 2 Remove the old print cartridge containing the used ribbon and dispose of it. 3 Remove the plastic stopper from the new print cartridge. Note You can reuse the print cartridge until it breaks. If you purchased refill ribbons, follow the instructions that came with them. 4 Turn the black spool on the right clockwise to tighten the ribbon as shown. 5 Install the new print cartridge by inserting the recessed first, and then placing the cartridge into its four holders. 6 Press down on both sides of the top cover to close it securely. 7 Close the front cover. Brother Customer Service at 1-800-284-4329 (in USA) or 1-877-BROTHER (in Canada). Vertical Black Lines When Receiving The sender's scanner may be dirty. Ask the sender to make a copy to see if the problem is with the sending machine. Try receiving from another fax machine. If the problem continues, call Brother Customer Service at 1-800-284-4329 (in USA) or 1-877-BROTHER (in Canada). You can save money by purchasing the 2-PK Refill Ribbon Rolls (PC302RF). Installation instructions will be included. If you handle the print cartridge (frame) carefully, you can reuse it until it breaks.
In a business environment most fax machines are left on 24/7......who wants to miss an order coming in because your fax was OFF. However, many fax machines can be programmed to go into a "sleep mode"...this would be in the evening when the office is closed...you still want to be able to recieve fax's if any come in..but you don't need the machine ON "fully" ready to print. Another-words, the machine is in a sleep/half power mode( because no-one is in the office to use it )..BUT if a fax comes in then the machine can still recieve it, then it "wakes-up" fully..prints out the recieved pages, and then goes back to sleep again. The details on how to program this function will be in your operators manual IF the feature is available on your model.
The benifits of programming a machine this way are pretty obvious...savings on Hydro, extended machine life ( due to machine going to sleep.) and yet you still dont miss any calls.
Pretty good hey.!!
The blue release lever that holds the ribbon cartride may be cracked or broken. The crack may be so fine, that it's not easy to see, so look carefully. Even the slightest crack will cause the ribbon cartridge to fit loosely enough so that the roller is not touching the paper. Whatever side is not printing, that's the lever that you should look at. That's what happened to mine. I was ready to buy a new machine, until I found that solution. To test it, I tried to copy something while pushing down on that side of the ribbon cartridge, and it printed fine--the whole page. I looked more closely at the lever, and found the crack.