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Hi Good day!! try this method 1.pull out the AC plug 2.put back the AC plug while holding down the "menu" button and keep holding it (15 sec) 3.now you are entering the MAINTENANCE mode and "error 46" pops up in the display 4.select 8 by using the arrow buttons ,push OK and select 0 and push OK 5.00:00 00:01 OK (the display is showing this message) 6.now push the MONO button 25 times until you see PURGE: xxxxx 7.Select 2, push ok, select 7,push ok,select 8,push ok, select 3,push ok 8.the purge counter indicates now: purge: 00000 9.switch off the printer ,switch it on ready to print
my brother mfc 7860 tells me i have a jam when i print envelopes only- there is no jam and will print the next 'page' fine- have to turn it on and off 4-5 times to get it to print one- any ideas anyone???
Another user here suggested that you change the Media Type in Printing Preferences to 'Inkjet Paper' instead of 'Plain Paper' and this worked for me. Of course I don't know if it's pulling from the black nozzle or not, but I do get black now.
If you remove the empty cartridge, you will see a small window on the egde that plugs into the printer, in the center. This is where the printer optically scans for ink levels. On the empty color cart, you can try covering that raised spline with electrical tape or by coloring it with a black permanent marker. That should fool the sensor into thinking your ink is full.
My Brother printer MFC-465cn is doing the same thing. I have workaround / worked-around it by disabling bi-directional printing. Then print is clear. It's as if the head is shifting an irregular amount on the opposite direction, like the head is loose.
Same for copies. If I use the PC interface to make copies, I can set the copy printing to be mono-directional, then copies are clear.