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MFC 210C Ink Problems

Consistantly tells me (all) ink levels low. Then 'shuts off' when perceives ink cartridge is empty... EVEN AFTER ALL CARTRIDGES HAVE BEEN REPLACED AND ARE FULL with Brother ink cartridges.

Very frustrating. Have cleaned, pulled and returned power, jiggled cartridges, pull cartridges and popped them back in... all to no avail.

Any solutions?

=steve

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  • stephladder Mar 05, 2008

    Hello,



    Your last solution worked. (Unplugg, wait 10 min., etc.)



    Thanks!



    -Steve

  • lonerg Mar 08, 2008

    when I replace the black cartridge in my MFC 210C the amchine does not recognize it it keeps telling me to install cartridge

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Steve,

did you watch the display after replacing the cart?
Very often the machine asks if you have changed the cart and demands an answer (1 for yes).

You can try to do an update of the firmware, too. Go to www.brother.com , choose your country and then your machine. Download a small update tool and run it.

If it aint getting better:
Do unplug from power outlet (even though you have done already) wait 10 Min. leave scanner cover open and take all carts out. Plugin to power again and leave scanner open. Wait uintil machine gives a warning signal. Reinsert carts and close cover: now watch the display and give always the answer YES(1).

Posted on Mar 04, 2008

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