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Internal Part I was flushing with air the interior of the printer to remove excess if dust but some piece fall out. I just want to know where this piece come from. I can send you the photo of the piece. thanks

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Here's a link to the complete free service manual for your Brother HL-1440 printer. Look the parts section starting aroungd page 228. It will show you just about every part in the machine. Once you've located what it is, the earlier sections of the manual will assist you in properly replacing the part step by step.

Hope that helps you.

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Tip: Search for terms like printer maintenance, printer cleaning, and troubleshooting.
Tip: Always check both your manufacturer’s documentation and warnings and advisories on cleaning products to be sure they are compatible with your printer and the cleaning job that needs to be done.
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Note:
Not all printers are the same
Would be usefull to know make and model
and where "dust" is; as to whether it can be cleaned "DIY" way

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