Unfortunately, the Brother 9700 is not a "duplex" printer, meaning is does not print/scan/copy both sides of the paper. There is no way to solve this problem, other than to buy a new, duplex printer. Sorry!
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If the problem is simply that the machine is not feeding paper, you should clean the paper pick up and feed rollers. Typically there will be one attached or above the paper tray(s) and a couple that transfer the paper through the machine to the print drum and fuser. Find them and clean them with clean cloth wet with a dilute solution of dish wash detergent with a few drops of methylated spirit or isopropanol mixed in. If paer then feeds but no print - you have more serious issues.
Hi there remove the front cover & side cover there you can find the jam papers. Just pull the paper & start printing. After that if you face same problem then check the paper trey & then turn off the machine for 5 minute & try. after that let me know the result.
if there is paper in the paper tray but the machine still says no paper, then the paper end sensor is broken in the tray. take the paper tray out and you will be able to see a sensor on top. when the tray is fitted the sensor is on top of the paper. the paper lifts the sensor to activate. i am a photocopier technician.
The paper feed system is worn (rollers, and separation pad). What is happening, is extra sheets are being fed into the machine primarily because the separation unit is not doing it's job properly. So rather than just one page at a time being fed, it is allowing an extra sheet to "creep" in intermittently, causing the jam. And the indicator you are seeing is the "jam" indicator.
you copy first side normaly. then on left side open bypass deck.Put the paper, so that the side on wich you want to print is down. Automatically when you put paper in bypass, the machine ask you wich format is it ( eg. A4 ), confirm with OK, then you need to tell machine wich type of paper ( eg. plain paper ) and OK. then green copy key.