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Zack Swire Posted on Apr 24, 2007

Error EE9 on Brother HL-2700CN

For some time now, I've been getting the error message "Error EE9". The brother FAQ guide only says to restart which I've done and it sometimes works. Now it just will not go away and I can't print. Anyone know what to do? By the way, I have my printer directly connected via USB to my iMac G5 and I'm using the OS 10.4 printer driver.

  • Anonymous Dec 15, 2008

    aussi

  • Anonymous Apr 21, 2009

    i have mine connected over lan

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This is a sensor error (belt marker). Could be a piece of paper or such stuck in there from a previous jam futzing up the sensor. Are you comfortable poking around inside your printer?

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Check the OPC belt on the left side. Fill in any clear areas, except for the actual sensor mark, with a "sharpie" pen. This worked for me.

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I solved this problem by turn sensor on 180 degree. 
This sensor located near to top of belt.
Unscrew fixing of sensor.
Remove sensor carefully without damaging the plastic latch.
Turn sensor on 180 degree. Put it back and fix screw.
That's it. 

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Clean the sensor at the top left side of belt. On the left edge of the belt you will notice a couple of black squares, these are the belt sensor markers. Clean any toner on the edge of the belt that might be seen by the sensor as being a marker.

This worked for me after turnning the printer off and on many times and getting the EE9 error. It is also possible that a piece of paper could get stuck in the sensor but it is more likely the probelm is toner on the left edge of the belt.

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If this doesnt work then try and empty any waste toner from the photodeveloper cartridge and clean with a soft cloth to enure you dont scratch the film. If this fails, then its a new part im afraid :( -

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The EE9 Error was referring to the OPC Belt Cartridge. It locked-up and was making a very loud sprocket, grinding noise. I'm now ordering a new OPC Catridge.

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