If you see the service call indication above, follow the steps below: 1 Take out the DIMM (Dual Inline Memory Module) from your printer, if you have a DIMM installed. 2 Turn off the power switch, wait a few seconds, and then turn it back on and try to print again. If you cannot clear the error and see the same service call indication after turning the printer back on, call your dealer or a Brother authorized service representative. When you press the Go and the Job Cancel buttons together, the LEDs will light up with one of the combinations shown in Table 1. See Table 1: LED indications while pressing Go and Job Cancel on page 3-6 to identify the error.
Something has failed that the printer can't recover from.
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if all the lights are flashing it means there is a physical problem with one of the main parts of the machine, such as the power supply or main board. you can find a technician on their website who would be able to fix it for you
Normally there is a drum reset procedure with every new drum. To reset your drum counter open the front cover (as you would replace the drum) leave the cover open and the printer on. Press the go button untill all 4 leds are lit. After that release the go button. Normally now the drum counter has been reset, you may close the front cover again.
To check your drum status, press 3 times go in a fairly fast way. By doing that the printer will print his configuration pages, on the second or third page i guess you will find your pagecounters and the remaining life of your consumables. Check the status of your drum, it should be full again.
I have exactly the same problem, which started a couple of weeks ago. Has nothing to do with my computer's driver because it makes no difference if you connect the printer to a network or computer. Besides there are more computers on my network and no one can print.