Sounds like it sensed this as a paper jam. If it is your Paper LED that is stuck on:
We have a few of the HL-2070N's and I have seen this issue on a few of
them. Usually it indicates one of several instances that can be found
on Brothers website in the FAQ's about what does the LED indicate area.
The main solution I have found is that depending on where the
paper jammed it has affected the drum/toner cartridge assembly somehow
I recommend taking the Toner Cartridge out of the drum unit
clean the corona wire by moving the blue tab at the front of the drum unit back and forth several times
I have even used can air here to get it even better all around the drum unit not just at the corona wire area
After make sure all is clean put all back together
This has cleared up most all of my paper jam LED issues and allowed for further printing.
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Try this procedure as mentioned.if any mistake in trying the procedure then retry from first step again.so read it carefully and try it.
Brother ML-2040 Toner Light Reset When replacing the toner cartridge in the Brother HL-2040 with a new cartridge (compatible or remanufactured) the user may experience a problem with the toner light staying on, even with the new toner installed. The procedure below has worked for many folks, so give it a shot. Open the front cover of the Brother HL-2040 and leave open while completing the following steps: 1.) Turn the printer off. 2.) Hold the ‘go’ button while turning the printer on. All panel lights should be on. 3.) Release the ‘go’ button once all lights are off. 4. )Press the ‘go’ button 2 times. 5.) Pause. 6.) Press the ‘go’ button 5 times. 7.) The toner light should be off. 8.) The paper light should be on. 9.) Close cover. The ready light should be the only light on. Once all steps are successfully completed your “low toner” light should be fixed.-------------From Brother Service Bulletin
1. Open the Front cover 2. Press and hold the GO button 3. Power ON the printer while continuing to hold the GO button 4. Once the 3 LED’s are lit, release the GO button 5. Press the GO button 2 times. This will cause the LED’s to light solid 6. With the LED’s lit solid, press the GO button 5 times 7. Toner Life End will then reset 8. Close the front cover.-----------Thanks. Keep updated for any more query. You can rate this
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Hi, Sounds like a paper jam. There's a flap at the back of the printer-once open you should be able to see if the paper is stuck there. (Exactly the problem I had yesterday-I didn't spot it at first and it nearly drove me mad! :) Good luck, Raf