How to Reset Default Factory Settings on Brother Printer?

by Jeniffer Leio Excutive

The Brother printer is the International manufactures series, which provides the features of print, photocopy, fax, and scan etc. in one single device. Brother printers are available in numerous models and equipped with different functionalities and enhanced features. The multiple types of Brother printers include the Laser printers, Color laser printers, multi-function printers, Mac printers, Inkjet printers etc.

One of the standard features that are available in every model of the Brother printers is the reset option. The reset feature automatically restores settings of the printer to the factory default setting. This feature is advantageous when the printer setting collapses or when the user needs to restore the default settings of their printer. In some of the printers, the reset setting can be done within a single button click. But in some models, the process requires the step by step guide. After resetting your printer, the printer got reprogrammed and that results in the improvement of the system performance. There are multiple features of the Brother printer some are given below.

Features of Brother Printers

Some basic features of the Brother Printers are described below:

  • It has a wide range of products.
  • Enhanced new features and functions
  • It needs deficient maintenance
  • Affordable price.
  • Compatible with every software
  • Ideally suited for home, offices, small and large enterprises
  • Good capacity of the paper tray
  • Better printing speed
  • High output quality

Procedure to Reset the Brother Printer

As we mentioned earlier, some printers are easy to reset by pressing the single button, but some of the printers need the procedure or steps guide. So below we describe the following steps so that you can easily reset your printer by following some of the steps:

Step-1: Disconnect all the cables from the machine except the “Power Cord” from the printer.

Step-2: Make sure that the machine is not in the working mode,

Step-3: Click on the “Menu” option.

Step-4: Click on the “Up or Down” arrow key to choose the Network

Step-5: Then, Click on the “OK” button.

Step-6: Again click on the “Up or Down” arrow key to choose the “factory Reset or Network Reset” option

Step-7: Click on the “OK” button.

Step-8:- For “Reset” the printers

MFC users: Press the one button for “Reset” your printer.

DCP users: Press the “+” button for “Reset” printer.

Step-9: For “Reboot” the printer

MFC users: Press the one button for “Reboot” your printer.

DCP users: Press the “+” button for “Reboot” your printer

Step-10: And then, restart the printer, and re-connect all the cables.

After completing the process, your printer will automatically reset. This step is very simple and easily understandable. But this process requires that you always follow in ascending order for avoiding the trouble.

Only for the Touchscreens Models

This procedure is only for the touchscreen models of brother printers. Follow the steps given below-

Step-1: Disconnect all the cables from the printer(except the power cord).

Step-2: click on the “Menu” button.

Step-3: Then, Press on the “Network” option.

Step-4: Click on the “Network Reset” option.

Step-5: One message display on the screen. Click on the “Yes” button.

Step-6: Hold down the Yes button for 2 seconds to confirm.

Step-7: The machine automatically restarts and then re-connect the cables once the procedure is completed.

After following the steps, you can be able to reset the printers. But if you are still in trouble resetting your printer then don’t need to worry you have best option to connect with the Brother customer support. Brother technicians and experts are available to help you 24*7. For an instant help dial Brother Printer toll-free number for quick assistance.


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