Question about Brother MFC 210C All-In-One InkJet Printer
I took my MFC to a technician and he said I need to change the mainboard, could this be so?
Go into maintenace mode by pressing ( Menu * 2 8 6 4 ) within 2
seconds. You should be in the maintenance mode now. Press 80 and scroll
down to purge count, if the figure is more than 6000, press 2 7 8 3 to
reset the purge count. The printer will restart and everything normal.
just follow the simple steps of
1. Unplug your printer
2. press down the menu/set then plug it (just keep oh pressing it down until you see the message error 46 show up on LCD)
3. press 80
4. then look for "Purge", i think its on the 25th when you scroll down
5. then reset the pruge count to "0" by pressing 2,8,6,4
6. then press stop/exit
7. then press 9 twice
if all this doesnt help... it cud be an issue that has to be resolved consulting brother.....
thank you and have a nice day
Posted on Jul 12, 2009
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