Question about Brother MFC 210C All-In-One InkJet Printer
If you try resetting the printer (Turn it Off and On) it will normally re-read the ink level and indicate the proper ink levels.
Please ensure you always turn your printer off by the power switch when not in use as this will allow the printer to "Park" the heads and prevent them from drying out.
If you unplug the printer, or use a powerbar the printer doesn't have the opportunity to go though its "Power Down Sequence" and ensure the heads are parked properly.
It is also recommended to use the printer (at least once a month) if not more frequently daily/weekly to ensure the heads are clean.
If you go fo long periods without changing cartridges, the cartridge itself can start to dry out, and will sometimes also contribute to clogging the heads more quickly.
Posted on Feb 09, 2008
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Maybe there is fault in the software and will need a re installation. so remove your printer from the PC and un-install the printer software. Now reinstall the printer software and then connect the Printer to be detected and installed. Check printer properties to see the ink levels.
Use head cleaning before a test is taken . It is possible that the head is not reacting to the need of the command , can be an issue with ink drying , can also be poor ink cartridge contacts
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