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Hi @eorrell ,
 
Usually the 'won't pick up paper problem' in printers can be overcome by cleaning the pick up rollers with a moistened cloth.
 
Here is a link to a [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cHfIEsIB1Pg|video] that shows how to do this for your series printer.
 
It is interesting to note that Brother, on p.72 in the printer's [http://download.brother.com/welcome/doc002001/HL5240_HL5240L_HL5250DN_UG_English_ver4.pdf|User manual], state that the pick up roller assembly has only an approximate life of 100,000 pages (@ 5% print coverage A4 page) and recommend that it should be replacedreplaced after this has been reached.
It is interesting to note that Brother, on p.72 in the printer's [http://download.brother.com/welcome/doc002001/HL5240_HL5240L_HL5250DN_UG_English_ver4.pdf|User manual], state that the pick up roller assembly has only an approximate life of 100,000 pages (@ 5% print coverage A4 page) and recommend that it should be replacedreplaced after this has been reached.
 
If cleaning the rollers doesn't resolve the problem and you think that your printer is near or has passed this 'mark', then perhaps the pick up rollers are actually worn out.

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Hi @eorrell ,
 
Usually the 'won't pick up paper problem' in printers can be overcome by cleaning the pick up rollers with a moistened microfibre cloth.
Usually the 'won't pick up paper problem' in printers can be overcome by cleaning the pick up rollers with a moistened microfibre cloth.
 
Here is a link to a [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cHfIEsIB1Pg|video] that shows how to do this for your series printer.
 
It is interesting to note that Brother, on p.72 in the printer's [http://download.brother.com/welcome/doc002001/HL5240_HL5240L_HL5250DN_UG_English_ver4.pdf|User manual], state that the pick up roller assembly has only an approximate life of 100,000 pages (@ 5% print coverage A4 page) and recommend that it should be replaced.
 
If cleaning the rollers doesn't resolve the problem and you think that your printer is near or has passed this 'mark', then perhaps the pick up rollers are actually worn out.

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Editado por: jayeff ,

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Hi @eorrell ,
 
Usually the 'won't pick up paper problem' in printers can be overcome by cleaning the pick up rollers with a moistened microfibre cloth.
 
Here is a link to a [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cHfIEsIB1Pg|video] that shows how to do this for your series printer.
 
It is interesting to note that Brother, on p.72 in the printer's [http://download.brother.com/welcome/doc002001/HL5240_HL5240L_HL5250DN_UG_English_ver4.pdf|User manual], state that the pick up roller assembly has only an approximate life of 100,000 pages (@ 5% print coverage A4 page) and recommend that it should be replaced.
If
If cleaning the rollers doesn't resolve the problem and
you think that your printer is near or has passed this mark'mark', then perhaps the pick up rollers are actually worn out.
If
If cleaning the rollers doesn't resolve the problem and
you think that your printer is near or has passed this mark'mark', then perhaps the pick up rollers are actually worn out.

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Editado por: jayeff ,

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Hi @eorrell ,
 
Usually the 'won't pick up paper problem' in printers can be overcome by cleaning the pick up rollers with a moistened microfibre cloth.
 
Here is a link to a [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cHfIEsIB1Pg|video] that shows how to do this for your series printer.
 
It is interesting to note that Brother, on p.72 in the printer's [http://download.brother.com/welcome/doc002001/HL5240_HL5240L_HL5250DN_UG_English_ver4.pdf|User manual], state that the pick up roller assembly has only an approximate life of 100,000 pages (@ 5% print coverage A4 page) and recommend that it should be replaced.
If you think that your printer is near or has passed this mark, then perhaps the pick up rollers are actually worn out.

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Original post by: jayeff ,

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Hi @eorrell ,

Usually the 'won't pick up paper problem' in printers can be overcome by cleaning the pick up rollers with a moistened microfibre cloth.

Here is a link to a [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cHfIEsIB1Pg|video] that shows how to do this for your series printer.

It is interesting to note that Brother, on p.72 in the  printer's [http://download.brother.com/welcome/doc002001/HL5240_HL5240L_HL5250DN_UG_English_ver4.pdf|User manual], state that the pick up roller assembly has only an approximate life of 100,000 pages (@ 5% print coverage A4 page) and recommend that it should be replaced.

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