I can only agree with Anonymous's sentiments: although I was able to clear the error thanks to this web page, and also subsequently cleaned the overflow tank (don't do this unless you have either a pair of latex gloves or a free social diary for at least a week: printer ink is worse under the fingernails than even engine grease!), I would never touch a Brother product again.|
A company who has the audacity and callousness to do something like this to its users deserves to be punished, at least by a boycott of their products. After all, these are consumer market printers, usually bought at a store like Office Depot in the US or PC World over here, and any attempt to have a "professional" at the store look at it would be both expensive and in all probability useless. By the time the counter reaches 64000, the model won't be on sale anymore, and the "engineer" who knew it will be working somewhere else.
How much would it have cost Brother to add the maintenance manual with the needed codes as a PDF to the documentation CD?
Once again, thanks to FizYourOwnPrinter.com for saving our bacon!
(NB, that Apple Laser Writer Pro 600 - vintage 1992 - that I refurbished with your "harmonica fold kit" about 6 years ago is still going strong!)