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Uninstall the driver, unplug the printer, and start again being very careful to get it all in the right order.
First, install driver, then connect printer and turn on.
Hopefully it works the 2nd time! :)
you may have something inside on the bottom of the paper feed area what you should do is 1. unplug the printer 2. pull the paper out 3. GENTLY flip it upside down and give it a good shake 4. if you hear anything moving then put it down and take a flash light and look down and see if what ever was moving around is there. 5. if there is something there then take a pair of needle nose pliers or your hand and GENTLY remove after that plug it in and it should work
Definitely the fuser got problem. This can be confirm by pressing the Go button and only the Toner LED will light up.
What had happen was right after the power blackout the fuser has fused together both rollers (heating drum and rubber roller) where the paper pass through in between the rollers. Since there was a power blackout, the printer fan has stop functioning and the heat was unable to disperse out from the printer. Suggest to improve on design to disperse heat using aluminium cage in case of power blackout.
Who ever has a Brother HL-2040 should definitely use together with a UPS.