1. Verify that the cables used to join your printer’s cables are safe and secured. They should not be damaged or frayed. Wires that are frayed, or damaged are the primary cause of problems in your system.
2. Sometimes, restarting your printer and computer may also aid you in resolving the issue. Close your devices and then restart them after 5 minutes. This will help you in resolving the issue.
3. Low levels of ink could be a major cause of the problem. To remedy this make sure you test the level of ink and replace them if required. Always use a genuine Brother ink cartridge when using your printer.
4. Make sure there’s no jammed paper. If it is jammed there is, you are able to take the smallest piece of paper that’s in the tray. Cleaning the tray will help to continue printing.
These steps can certainly assist you in finding the answer.