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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Fill 8850 Form Select

Instructions and Help about Fill 8850 Form Select

Welcome, today we're going to learn how to clear the note paper error on your Brother MF CL 27:10 DW. This video will cover multiple models and operating systems. Even though your machine may not match the model on the screen, the overall process will be the same. The note paper error is usually caused by missing or incorrectly loaded paper in the paper tray of your Brother machine or incorrect settings in the printer driver or printing application. This video will walk you through correcting each of those issues and clearing the error. We will begin by powering down your Brother machine. Now, pull the paper tray completely out of the machine. Remove the paper from the paper tray and verify the ads are set to the correct paper size. Check the paper for damage or irregularities that could prevent it from feeding properly. Also, verify the weight and thickness of the paper. Follow the link on the screen for more information on paper specifications. Locate the white gears on the left side of the tray and rotate them, checking for gear damage and verifying that the metal plate raises and lowers as the gears are turned. If the gears are missing or damaged, the tray will need to be replaced. Otherwise, turn to the separator pad on the front of the paper tray. Take a lint-free cloth and soak it in warm water, being careful to tightly wring out any excess water. Now, clean any dust from the separator pad. Next, clean the pickup rollers on the underside of the machine and power the machine back on. Reload the paper into the paper tray, ensuring the tray guides are not pushed too tightly against the paper, which can cause jamming. Also, verify that the paper is not loaded above the maximum fill...