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I have Brother MFC8460N and right now does not print at all, dust on drum message is appearing. Please help

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It's making because some driver missing ya in your printer some line was corrupted so u open your printer and see what's happen.........

but first u check driver in your computer

ok


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Posted on Jun 15, 2009

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Sir/Madam

he following error messages will continue to appear if the drum counter was not reset when you replace the drum unit with a new one.
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To clear these error messages, you need to reset the drum counter,
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Brother DCP-9040CN, when printing color splotchy in one area


Try this:
2.3 Drum Unit Cleaning Mode
This mode is to remove the dust attached on the exposure drum.
When white spots appear on the printout, perform this operation to
remove the dust by using the drum cleaning sheet.

<Operating Procedure>

(1) Load the drum cleaning sheet into the MP tray.
(2) Check that the status LED lights in green and press the and
Clear/Back buttons at the same time. “DRUM CLEANING” will
appear on the LCD.
(3) Press the Black Start button. The machine starts cleaning the drum
unit. “DRUM CLEANING / PLEASE WAIT” appears on the LCD
during cleaning.
(4) When finishing cleaning normally, “DRUM CLEANING / COMPLETE”
appears on the LCD.
(5) Press the Stop/Exit button so that the machine returns to the ready
state.

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My mfc8460n brother keeps gets jam steadily now when I'm copying,


you need to reset the life of the drum. Instruction is included when you purchase a replacement drum

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Lines are appearing on the paper when we print , we are using a Brothers MFC8460N


Well depending on what it looks like it can be caused by a variety of issues. Because it's a laser printer fixing it can be difficult. Here is a link to an excellent troubleshooting/repair guide for laser printers. I hope this helps you.
http://www.printertechs.com/tech/print-defects/print-defects-index.php

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How to get rid of the ''Dust on Drum''


The dust on the drum message will persist if the corona wire cannot be cleaned by sliding the blue tab repeatedly left to right. You'll need to replace the drum unit.

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CHANGE DRUM SOON


You need to change the drum on your printer. Part # DR-350.

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Cannot reset the change drum soon message after replacing drum.


This message would appear if the drum unit is near the end of its life. Use the drum unit until you have a print quality problem, then replace the drum unit with a new one.

This message would continue to appear if the clear plastic starter sheet was removed from the "new" drum before it was installed. This plastic starter sheet, resets the drum counter. To reinstall drum with the starter sheet, please follow the instructions listed below:

Locate the starter sheet. Clear plastic sheet, 9 inches long, with a cut out in the center. The sheet will have "Initialization of your new drum successfully completed. Please discard this sheet" written on it.

If you cannot locate the starter sheet, contact the Brother Customer Service or the appropriate Brother authorized dealer.

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