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Paper won't draw

We have found the problem but don't know how to get it working. The paper reader isn't pick up the paper sitting in the tray. How do we find the cause of the reeader not wroking?

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If your Brother Fax machine is an intellifax 2820, or MFC 7220, or the like, it likely just needs to have the pick-up feed rollers cleaned. These are located at the front of the machine where the drawer slides out. In the centre -front of the machine is two rubber rollers. Clean them thoroughly with plain water and a cloth. If this does not work, you may need new pick-up rollers, which most printer service companies should have available and be able to install for little expense.

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