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Indication: Paper stuck , open backcover and remove paper; but ther is nothing there and on trying to print: a bad noise and the red light goes on

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  • bonmat Jan 31, 2010

    My machine is DCP135C not 1309C

    I tried to run it on thicker paper but the result is the same: Red light and paper stuck msg

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Hi,

It would be better for you to follow Brother way of troubleshooting paper jam issue on your printer. This would be more accurate.

http://welcome.solutions.brother.com/BSC/public/as/au/en/faq/faq/000000/000400/000095/faq000495_027.html?reg=as&c=au&lang=en&prod=dcp130c_all&Cat=4

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Check any piece of paper in on the paper sensor. Also check any dust is accumulated on the catride carriage due to which carriage is not freely moving and struck.

Revert back for more assistance.

Posted on Jan 31, 2010

  • Rajesh Pai
    Rajesh Pai Jan 31, 2010

    Then you need to service the printer with the help of expert engineers or from service center experts.



    Revert back for more asiistance.

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