Troubleshooting steps to Fix Brother Printer Error E50

by Neymar Watson Technical Supporter

Brother printers are widely used in multiple industries that include commercial, educational, business or personal. Covering all these areas, Brother Printers are being constantly modified for better and better performance. Multi-purpose Brother Printers provides scanning and high-quality printing. However, the printing resolution depends on the model of printer you use as different models offers different functionalities.

Though these printers requires much less time to execute the result, it sometime shows different errors. Any printing error that pops up on the machine can be really frustrating. However, you can always get assisted by Brother Printer Help Support in any case to pix problems related with printers. One of the frequently occurring errors is ‘Printing Error E50’. There could be different reason behind the cause of the error and before you seek out for help, check if the following is true in your case. See what does the Error E 50 actually mean and what the causes are.

What does Brother Printer Error E50 means?

When you Brother Printer show up Error E50, it particularly means that there is a fault caused by fuser unit and the temperature unevenness. This error may result into printer’s poor functionality; also may stop responding or printing. Generally, Error E50 occurs in Brother Laser printers depending upon its usage. Because Brother laser printer comprises of several status lights, so it becomes easier to detect the problem and to fix it. Brother printer's screen panel may also display the message of “Fuser Unit Failure” or “Replace Fuser Unit.” it is the same error as E50.

You can fix this issue either by getting assistance from Brother Printer Help Support or follow these troubleshooting steps.

Step 1: Check for the temperature of the printer and if it is heated up, press the power button and turn off the machine for several minutes.

Step 2: Lose all the wire linking and re-attach them firmly. Examine if the voltage supply is appropriate and constant as recommended for the printer. 

Step 3: Restart the printer.

Step 4: Press “Go” and “Set” buttons altogether when the power supply is on.

Step 5: If required, hold on to the buttons (Go + Set) until the LED screen shows the message of ‘Go Test Mode’ and the release.

Step 6: Now, press on the ‘Go’ button and see if it starts normally. If the printer doesn’t start working in its usual way, press the button several times and wait for the machine to work.

If the printer still shows the error, unplug and clean all the connections and check if there is any clogged ink. If you find that the ink is cumbering anywhere inside the printer, clean it properly. Or otherwise, immediately connect to Brother Printer Help Support and you can also dial on Brother Printer Help Number to get assisted via call.

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About Neymar Watson Junior   Technical Supporter

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Created on Jan 19th 2018 04:03. Viewed 677 times.


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