Brother Fax 1820c Machine Error 41
I think I will bring back my EPSON color stylus (8100?) to use an an alternate/selectable printer. If your product is within the extended warranty period, Brother will cover the repair cost to have your Print Head replaced. Unfortunately for me I purchased this printer when it was first manufactured so there were no bad reviews about it yet. by Don on Nov 20, 2004 at 12:53pm Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 Refilled the black cartridge and placed it into the machine, Received ERROR 41. navigate here
by Noreen on Dec 8, 2004 at 8:42am Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 Brothers knows they have a code 41 problem and is willing to repair them but He knows how to get things done. You will be notified, via email, when this has been completed.Sincerely,Facsimile E-mail SupportBrother International Corporation, USA[emailprotected]Original Message Follows:-------------------------Have the printer heads been redesigned or are you just replacing themlong enough to Right now I have the my MFC3820cn only for faxing (can't receive any since it doesn't work.)Sad to see this thread still alive and kicking.
so is it easy , cheap ,to fix? by rob123 on May 26, 2005 at 8:30am Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 Hi all,Thanks for all the info here. does anyone know what to do? Even if your machine is out of warranty they have extended the printer head replacement warranty from 9mo to 24 mo but what good is this if it is replaced with
Yet every night I hear it clean itself and waste ink. Can you change the printer head or do I wait for the thing to give me the error 41 message?What maching seems to be better on ink in the under 100.00 I build computers everyday and will let everyone know about Brother products. (Error)41 is how many times im going to take this POS out in the desert and shoot it! by unknown on Sep 21, 2005 at 11:33am Add comment Please sign in to comment Help?
Have a manual for Fax Machines? I upgraded to a fax/scanner with no telephone receiver at my office, and… Read Full Review If you are commenting on behalf of the company that has been reviewed, please consider Be persistant. Report this review ★★★★★ WRITE A REVIEW “The Brother Colour 1820C has good colour, is fast, and...” Written on: 17/05/2008 by tudgey (1 review written) The Brother Colour 1820C has good
I received an automatic receipt email telling me it could take up to three days to receive a response. I called Brother and the rep issued a repair order to a local authorized servicer and asked if the warranty would reset. I called Brother about it andwas told I'd have to ship the printer to a place 135 milesaway at my expense. An unexpected error occured.
regards;dave...united kingdom - Anonymous 0 I have some tips for all the Brother Users out there.Always saying "(blank) out of Ink, Please replace" or a similar message?Put Black electrical tape over I have emailed Brother, guaranteed a response in 1 business day, and received NOTHING! Report this review ★☆☆☆☆ WRITE A REVIEW “I would STRONGLY urge all future consumers NOT to...” Written on: 04/05/2007 by FrankEast (1 review written) I would STRONGLY urge all future consumers by Marek on Mar 8, 2005 at 1:08pm Add comment Please sign in to comment It is a shame that you are having a problem with your MFC890 and the error
A machine under warrenty and it is MY responsibility to get it in? http://krokmel.com/brother-fax/brother-fax-machine-error-20-07.php They will assist you on locating the nearest Authorized Service Center. they all die sooner or latter. I will call the customer services today.
I go south for thewinter so the printer sits from Nov to April. Cars...Just my two cents. by unknown on Aug 23, 2005 at 8:51am Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 1-800 284-4329 Brother quoted me that price...Geo... his comment is here Stay tuned...
as if there is a potential fire hazard or something. I have bought factory ink carts and replaced them religously. Well the story went somewhat like this.
If not then a brother dealer could do the job.
Question about MFC-3220C Plain Paper Inkjet Fax 1 Answer Machine error 41 machine error 41 My machine will not print keeps coming up with machine error 41 Very likely your print memory empty recover fax ringing panasonic fax... Now just a few days after warrenty ran out i get error 41 !!!NEVER EVER BUY BROTHER EVER by unknown on Jul 2, 2005 at 5:29am Add comment Please sign in by unknown on Oct 3, 2005 at 9:36am Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 WTF?!If they don't make good printers it'd be better for them not to sell them
The cure is to remove the printhead and put alcohol in some spare cartridges and run the cleaning cycle several times. by unknown on Aug 7, 2005 at 9:02am Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 I bought a Brother MFC-3220C at a Future Shop in Vancouver on April 15 last Replaced the head. http://krokmel.com/brother-fax/brother-fax-machine-error-20-01.php so much for their labor costs.
I left my dead machine there and they call me back today.They said: I don't need to pay the printing head but I have to pay the inks because I didn't I admittedly dont use that printer much and had probably printer about 50 pages by then. Hopefully they will not go out and buy Brother like I did, since they follow the same tactics at a slightly higher price range. They did mine also after 4 code 41's.
The guy at the other end was polite and very apologetic. They will probably send an engineer with a new printhead and fix it under warranty. by kdrose on Jun 15, 2005 at 8:55pm Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 i write to inform the whole world that the broter products is really a messup I thought I was omiting luxuries, not reliability in the head printer!!
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Last week I got the dreaded ME41 again. I got a canned letter stating the warranty is up. I hope that's also been the cause of my declining print quality.