i'm not a brother employee too. i just fix printers.|
i agreed with the person above that brother didn't do that on purpose. but, they're just being stupid
warning the user that toner is running low is good. but stopping the machine is silly.
with the cartridge still able to produce hundreds of perfect copies after it was supposely low, i can't blame ppl for getting red eyes.
if you said it was just an oversight by brother, then why the hell they still keep doing it model after model?
the toner detection method might not be perfect, but it's just a firmware change to correct the stopping problem, no?