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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Can you make a copy and get a good print? Does the blank pages come from different people? If you still get a blank from making a copy, then try a different toner and or drum unit. Hopefully it is still under warranty.
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Posted on Aug 01, 2007
Purchase a flash card for the fax machine. Contact your dealer to assist you with this. It installs in the back of the machine under a little panel marked as such.
Posted on Nov 17, 2007
SOURCE: Brother Intellifax 4100
1-pull the paper cassette out-fan the paper and adjust the cassette to the proper size of the paper.2-after you remove the cassette from the machine have a look in cassette bay with help of any light source and cofirm there is no foreign object stuck inside(pieces of paper-pins etc-after that if the problem exist apply a spray from contact cleanr with it is tube inside the bay of cassette in direction of machine rear frame.and insert the cassetee firmly many times to activate cassette switches.
Posted on Mar 03, 2008
Our tech told us that any cartridge from Office Depot will make it click and have problems. We changed back to a Brother cartridge and it works fine!!
Posted on May 29, 2008
Is the fax sensing the paper you put in to send out? Check the little black levers that poke into the document area. They should move freely when you touch them gently with a finger, and return quickly when you take your finger off. If it can't sense the paper it won't try to send a fax. If, when the paper is inserted, the display changes from whatever it said to anything else, the paper is being sensed.
Let's try dialing manually. Just left of the 1 key is a button labeled "Hook." Pressing that will take the telephone line "off-hook," like picking up the receiver of a phone. You should hear a dial tone -- if not, try adjusting the speaker volume with the buttons just right of the numbers. Once you get a dial tone, dial a number, whether it's another fax, or your own cell phone. As far as the phone company is concerned, your fax is just a phone, calling another phone. If you can make a call, and the phone at the other end rings, we're closing in on the problem. If you can dial another fax machine manually, you can still turn this into a fax call, assuming there's paper ready to fax. After the distant fax answers, touch the Start button, and your fax should take over. If you can't dial manually, try unplugging your fax from the phone line, and replacing it with a regular phone. Can you make calls with it? If not, the fax is no longer a suspect - you have a phone line problem.
Are you at a business where you need to dial 9 to get an outside line? It's easy to forget that detail when you're using a fax, but it has to dial out just like any other phone on the system.
If you can't get a dial tone at all with the fax, but it works with the phone alone, the main board in the fax is probably bad. If you can dial manually, using the Hook switch, but the same number doesn't work when you dial xxx-xxxx-Start, that sounds like a main board problem, too.
Posted on Jun 11, 2009
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