Question about Brother MFC-9840CDW Laser Printer
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Posted on May 11, 2008
You got to re-check back the Ink Cartridge you've buy recently.. Sometime the ink already freeze inside the cartridge bcoz its been really-really-really long time they keep before the usage.. Ive also have experience about problem like this b4, so better re-check/change back the cartridge.. Or If the
printer head is not at the cartridge, it is seperate from the cartridge, you have to check back the printer head also.. normally all the new printer head comes together with the cartridge.. and prefer to use the Original Cartridge more than Pirated Cartridge ok.. Cheap Cartridge always giv a lot of problem, especially like Your problem.. Thats All, Good Luck and Happy Trying..
Posted on May 08, 2009
Machine Error 36 means just what said, either mechanical problem (not very likely due to age of machine), or loose part. Most often caused by ripped paper or a paper jam which results in a moved/smudged sensor, making the machine alarm.
But since the error can be temporary removed, it should be something loose that gets in the way when the printer head moves. Unfortunately, most likely the solution will be to have it serviced.
The error isn't unique for this model, but is an error used on almost all inkjets from Brother the last 4-5 years. Unless you really can find anything loose (or possibly help cleaning some with compressed air) you will have to send it in.
Posted on Jun 05, 2009
On the front of the cartridge there is a sight tube for the ink, the fax shines a light through this tube to detect the ink.
I wraped a piece of paper around the tube to block the light beam on all the cartridges.
I dont need a processer to tell me if the machine is out of ink, I can work thay out when it stops printing!!
Now tell me you are out of ink you peice of electronic ****.
Posted on Oct 21, 2009
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