Tuesday, 9 August 2016

Quick Steps to Connect an Offline Brother Printer

If you are not capable of printing smoothly from the installed Brother printer since it is showing as offline, then it is advisable to you to alter some of the settings of the printer so that you can continue printing documents. If you are a user of Windows 7, you will be provided with a built-in feature for to work even in offline modes. Clicking on the option will help you to work with your Brother Printer even in offline modes. However, if this doesn’t work, you would be required to follow a few steps manually by taking help from BrotherPrinter Customer support to fix the issue instantly. Alternatively, we have also enlisted a few steps for building the connection with an offline Brother Printer. You can take a quick look.


Step 1

At the beginning of the process, you need to ensure that you have clicked on the "Start" button. You can find this option at the bottom-left corner of your computer screen, followed by clicking on the option that prompts "Devices and Printers."
Step 2
In the next step, you are supposed to right-click on your Brother Printer icon.” Once it is done, you are then again required to click on another option that says "see What's Printing."
Step 3
Here, you are also required to click on "Printer," which you can find at the top of the window, followed by looking for a blue check mark present on the left side of the option for "Use Printer Offline." Just after clicking on the blue check mark, there are chances that you will be again able to print properly. However, if this doesn’t work, make sure that you move on to the next step.
Step 4
While you are moving forward with the steps, you must not forget that you are supposed to press the power button which is present on your Brother printer to turn it off.
Step 5
Also, you must not forget that it is important for you to disconnect the USB cable of the printer from the USB port on your computer, followed by turning on the Brother printer.
Step 6

In the next step, you need to make sure that you have reconnected the USB cable to the USB port on your computer. If the documents started to print, you have fixed the issue, however, if this doesn’t happen, you need to follow the step given below.
Step 7
In the end, make sure that you have clicked on the "Start" button, which is present at the bottom-left corner of your computer screen, followed by clicking the arrow. Also, you must not miss clicking on the "Restart" button for completing the process successfully.
In more than 90% cases, the problems are resolved at this stage. But somehow if you get stuck in the middle of the process or if there are some unwanted errors popping up on your screen, make sure that you have instantly taken help from the professionals by dialing Brother Printer customer care number. You can avail this number from an online directory Contactforservice, which provides only reliable and trustworthy numbers of all the US and Canada-based customer services. 

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