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MFC-8860DN makes loud clicking sound when starting up. Reports a paper jam when there is none or show out of paper when tray contains paper

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Printer makes a horrible sound when trying to print also the blue button on the right side making a loud clicking noise. the paper won't feed.8860 dn


I have had the exact same problem. The problem is in the tray. It won't raise the paper properly despite how much paper you have in it. Make sure that all of the springs are there, and that the plastic sensors are correct.

I've found it useful to just buy another tray. You can find it as low as $30-35.

It's a very typical mechanical problem, but most likely resolved by changing the tray.

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I am having a problem with the paper tray for Brother MFC 8860 dn printer - The paper tray clicks when it is printing a page and then says there is no paper in the paper tray or that a page is jammed -...


The paper is not feeding from the paper tray. The loud click is alarming, but not the problem. Check the adjustments in the paper tray. The left and right guides should be snug, but the rear guide should give between a 1/16 inch and a 1/8 inch of free play. If the rear guide is tight, that is the problem. You can check for this by depressing the lever on the right front of the tray. Depressing the lever should raise the stack of paper out of the tray so that it can slide forward.

If you remove the paper from the tray, but will see calibration marks for the paper size you are using. Unlock the read paper guide n the tray, squeeze the release and move the guide ot the mark for the size paper you are using. For example, it you are using letter size paper, the read guide should point to "LTR".

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There is a loud clicking sound that comes from the drawer and the paper won't pull through. MFC 8860DN


You can check if the paper guides are set properly by depressing the purple lever on the right front of the tray. The leading edge of the stack of paper should rise out of the tray. If the paper cannot rise, or rises unevenly, you need to adjust the guide on the tray. There should be between 1/16 and 1/18 of play from front to back for the stack of paper in the paper tray.
The loud click sounds alarming, but is not the problem.

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Our Brother MFC-8860DN will only feed paper from


Printers have rollers that grab and feed the paper. They can get dirty over a period of time, or lose some of their "stickiness". Sometimes they're easily accessible, sometimes not, depending on the printer. They can be cleaned with alcohol and q-tip or cloth. The weight of the paper is probably causing just enough resistance to make the printer think there's a jam, but there could also be a problem with the mechanics of the sensor assembly, or a fragment of paper jammed up somewhere. Sometimes you can get it working without taking the machine apart, and sometimes you can't. Make sure you don't void any warranties, of course, but with some investigation, you might get lucky. You've probably done most of what I suggested, but you might take one more look. Good luck!

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Brother MFC 8860DN. ''No Paper'' error message and CLICKING SOUND


Pull the paper tray out, look in the top middle by the roller holder, you will see a black plastic lever (edge actuator) hanging down, it should be flush with the roller, be careful when pushing back in place.

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Will not pick up paper. It makes a loud clicking


Check the tab at the end of the paper tray, needs to be right on the arrow for your paper size, too tight won't allow picking up paper. If OK, take out paper tray and set on a table, the gear closest to the table has a flat area that needs to be level with the bottom of the tray or the table. If slanted up you need to bend the paper lifter bar under the front edge of the paper so that the gear is level again.

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Makes a clicking sound and won't print


Check the paper tray and make sure there is a 1/16 inch gap between the end of the paper tray and the end of the paper. Too tight and you only get clicking, also if it's a new toner cartridge (generic) sometimes they are too tight to turn.

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No Paper Error


make sure you have an 1/8" gap between your paper and the rear paper stopper in cassette.

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May 27, 2009 | Brother MFC-8860DN Printer

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Did u fix the MFC-8860DN clicking sound?


We had this problem too. After checking to make sure the paper tray was locked in the correct position and trying to print, I noticed that the printer itself had pulled out the paper tray so the back was not flush. After looking at the paper tray to see what the problem was I noticed that the paper tray would not lock in the correct position. If you look at the paper tray there is a vertical row of little teeth that the lock "catches" on. On our tray they are worn down and broken in a certain spot, so the latch cannot catch on them. The clicking noise comes from the paper tray's latch trying to latch and then failing or fom the latch being slid forcibly past the teeth on the paper tray. When I took the paper tray out and wiggled it past the worn down area it made the same noise, only less loud since it wasn't inside the printer, which amplified the echoes.

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I had a similar problem, more of a snapping sound than clicking, but this is what worked for me - pull the paper tray out and "loosen" the rear paper limiter by unlocking it, move it back about 1/8-1/4" and then re-lock it

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