Question about Brother Office Equipment & Supplies
In Windows right-click the printer and choose printing Preferences. From here, you will be able to specify the quality (DPI) or orientation and scale of the print jobs. Incorrect settings here can override the printer’s hardware settings. So if one computer can print without a problem while another is having issues, then a software setting is probably the reason.
While most problems can be fixed using the above techniques, some printers will need to get serviced based on the issue. if you have a problem with a gear or roller, you can order parts, but replacing those parts is often a complicated task. If this is the case, you need to weigh the cost of repair versus the cost of replacement. Older printers become too expensive to fix and maintain, and as technology improves laser printers are getting less expensive and replacing sub-standard ink jet models.
Let me know for any clarifications.
Posted on Jul 08, 2010
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