HI mate, saw your post... wondering if you could help with my unique (or so I think) problem...
I just switched on my MF4140 (MFD)..after an excruciating shipping of it all the way from Australia to India. THe printer seems to have come here in one piece, barr a small break where the scanner lid connects to the main body.. but that really shouldn't break anything.
Since switching it on, it's been giving me error E225. Reading through some of the forums, it'd appear that the error represents a broken glass but the glass appears to be in brand-spanking new shape to me. WOuld you have any thoughts on this?
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Try this quickly to see if it helps and if it doesn't let me know as there is another trick we can try next.
With the Printer On: Press and hold the Stop/Reset button for a full 6 seconds, using the one Mississippi method of counting or use a watch. Release the button. Restart the Printer and try to print again.