When the paper is fed thru to be printed on, it is making a noise. like a rumbling noise. just when it is feeding the paper thru, then it stops. it still prints. this is a new noise, it never hapened before. is something lose?
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Make sure you inserting the paper not deep inside just insert and stop it when you feel any resistance .and try to print something. If it is print then well otherwise you have to show it service center.
Does it make the same sound if you feed the single sheet through the bypass with the paper drawer removed?
I hate to say it, but your printer's paper feed mechanism may need replaced.
Go to http://www.brother-usa.com/AskUs/default.aspx and ask Brother to diagnose this one; I think they'll confer with me and should be able to point you to a nearby Brother-authorized repair center.
Let me know what happens!
These are basically throw away printers. But you might try checking the paper path. There are small plastic "arms" that guide the paper as its picked up and goes throught he printer. Sometimes one of these may get stuck in a position that makes the printer think there is paper in the path somewhere.
i am having the same problem and after looking it over, something is not feeding it thru the beginning of the paper starting in. if i pust 1 sheet down far enough to grab the paper it will print one page at a time. I have been unable to determine what is not feeding at the beginning yet.