Creo que se desprendio una guia de plastico que trae enla parte inferior de tu izquerda, claro viendo tu impresora de frente y con la tapa del toner abierta,, solo es cuestion de remover el toner y estirar esa parte de palstico hacia afuera,, colocandola de nuevo en la tapa principal.. es como un ensamble de la tapa y esa guia.. despues solo vuelve a colocar el tonner y cerrar tu printer ,,, asi de sencillo espero ,, habeles ayudado
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Check the print document to see if the ink rub of easily,if so this mean the fuser cartridge need to be change.Turn off the printer and wait until it is cool before changing the fuser cartridge because the fuser get very hot when ever the printer is in use.
Open the fuser cartridge door. On most printers this door will be either on the left-hand side of the printer or in the back. Consult your owner's manual for the exact location. Flip down the clips that hold the cartridge in place, then grasp the handle and pull it out of the printer. Push the new fuser cartridge in until it snaps into place, then flip the clips up to lock it in place. Close the fuser cover door. Open the toner cartridge door and remove the toner cartridge. On most laser printers the toner cartridge is located either in the front of the printer or on the right-hand side. Vacuum underneath the toner cartridge to remove all paper dust and toner residue. This debris has a tendency to build up and cause streaks and stains on the paper. Wipe the interior of the printer with a soft cloth to remove any remaining debris that could cause problems with print quality. Continue cleaning the printer until all debris is removed. Purchase a set of laser printer cleaning sheets, and load one or two in the paper tray. Print to those sheets of paper to clean the paper path. These sheets are slightly sticky, and they are designed to remove dirt and debris from the paper path. You should also clean the print drum and the corona wires.
If there is a specific point on here that you are having trouble with leave a comment and I will get back to you:
1. Open the front cover
2. Pull out the drum unit (with the toner cartridge in it). There should be a handle as soon as you open the cover to pull.
3. On the drum unit, find a green or blue tab on the left side to push down that makes the toner cartridge pop up. Pull out the toner.
4. Insert the new cartridge into the drum untill the tab clicks into place.
5. Insert the drum unit into the printer and close the cover.
There's a micro-switch that "trips" when the door is opened/closed. It's not sending a "closed" signal to the printer. Clean the switch, with a blast of compressed air. Check that a small "finger" is going-in to the slot, to "trip" the sensor, as the door is closing.
This works for my DCP-7020, so it may work on the 7040.
If your drum is still good - take it out and put it back in - the trick is to LEAVE THE FRONT DOOR OPEN after you put it back in. With the door still OPEN push the "options" button and you will be prompted for "New Drum?" and then push the "Up" button for 'Yes' and "Accepted" will appear on the lcd screen - and then the drum counter will be reset.
I opened the back panel and yanked out the piece of paper that was apparently halfway through the machine. Message dissapeared, printer warmed up and I could print again. This would appear to be a poorly designed error messaging system that wasn't properly tested.
Take it out and put it back in - the trick is to LEAVE THE FRONT DOOR OPEN after you put it back in. With the door still OPEN push the "options" button and you will be prompted for "New Drum?" and then push the "Up" button for 'Yes' and "Accepted" will appear on the lcd screen - and then the drum counter will be reset. The directions in the book work great - but you have to be careful make sure the door is still open when you push the "options" button...
unplug plug it back in, did you remove the protective cover and clean coria wire? http://welcome.solutions.brother.com/BSC/public/us/us/en/faq/faq/000000/000000/000065/faq000065_018.html?reg=us&c=us&lang=en&prod=dcp7020_us