Question about Brother MFC 210C All-In-One InkJet Printer
I just obtained a relatively new MFC-210c with the “Unable to clean” error 46, which I solved with a new ink absorber (thanks FixYa!).
It now prints but the text is stacked or blurred on certain lines. I followed the alignment advice and, sure enough, the alignment was off so I corrected it following the instructions. Now the alignment test is good, but the blurring/stacking is still there (slightly improved). Please see images below:
The severity of the blurring seems to come in waves down the page, with some lines being almost fine.
I almost wonder if it might be some problem with the timing of the paper feeding through the rollers. I dunno… any ideas?
I have the same problem. repeated cleanings seem to help, when i print large fonts they come out pretty clear, but the smaller the font, the worse the blurring. 600 DPI prints mismatching patterns, but 1200 DPI prints perfectly fine. so i have found that printing on "fine" quality instead of "fast" or "normal" quality improves print quality ALOT. it uses more ink, but i am in business and need to be able to read very fine print!
Posted on Jul 10, 2008
I have the same problem with same brand i am not sure what to do.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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