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Turn off the main power, then hold down the Clear/Stop button and continue holding down for a few seconds after turning the power back on. This is the procedure for clearing anything that is stuck in memory and will not process which happens sometimes on these Brother machines.
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There are many reasons for jams in the exit of machines and I will list the most common for you
damp paper will curl as soon as it hits the fuser rollers... the fix - change paper
the fuser rollers are worn (teflon coating is no longer able to deflect toner) and jams are occurring.... the fix - replace the fuser unit
Hi, Download Service Manual of Fax-150 It has bit detail of user controls including schematics. You need WinRAR software to decompress downloaded file. If you don't have WinRAR, get this software from HERE.
Some models will actually stop working whenever a drum message is displayed.
Remember, you do not need a drum to fax out (only to print confirmations) so i would go ahead and change the drum.
Ons ome models you can adjust to how low you want to set it or remove it all together.
It will store it in memory for a while (providing you do not turn off the machine, and print as soon as you replace the toner)
when this happens, unplug machine, hold down the "stop/exit" key while plugging machine in. continue holding the stop/exit key for 5 seconds. display should return to the regular date and time screen. if it doesn't, contact brother customer support. this problem is caused by a fax stuck in memory.