Question about Brother DCP-7020 All-In-One Laser Printer
I have a Brother HL-1440 laser printer at home. It prints out files fine, then stops to print now. When I check the status of the printer, it says "Out of Paper" when there are plenty of papers. I feel the rotor that brings the paper in is dead since I do not hear the sound when a paper is pulled in. Do you think I should replace something?
Hi there it may just be that the paper tray springs are not pushing the paper higher enough not making contact with the paper detect sensor arm. Or the sensor arm is broken and will need replacing. Check the tray springs also check the sensor arm you will see it if you remove the cassette and look inside there will be a black plastic lever hanging down when you put paper in this lever should go up as the paper acts as a barrier thus telling the machine that there is paper in it.
Posted on Feb 04, 2008
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