Reference Guide
Brief explanations for routine operations
DCP-B7500D
DCP-B7530DN
MFC-B7700D
MFC-B7720DN
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Online User's Guide
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Guide at support.brother.com/manuals
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3. When the machine need replacing parts for the maintenance and repair,
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4. The power consumption is 0 W after you turn off the machine and unplug
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6. Machines with an LWAd > 63.0 dB(A) are recommended to be set up in
separate rooms due to their noise emissions.
7. The machine can use recycled paper.
8. Ensure that during use the machine is used in a well ventilated area.
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User's Guides and Where to Find Them
Which Guide?
What's in It?
Where Is It?
Product Safety Guide
Read this Guide first. Please read the Safety
Instructions before you set up your machine.
See this Guide for trademarks and legal
limitations.
Printed / In the box
Quick Setup Guide
Follow the instructions for setting up your
machine, and installing the Full Driver &
Software Package for the operating system
and connection type you are using.
Printed / In the box
Reference Guide
Learn the basic Fax, Copy and Scan
operations and basic machine maintenance.
See troubleshooting tips.
Printed or on Brother
Installation Disc / In
the Box
Online User's Guide
This guide includes the additional contents of
the Reference Guide.
Brother Solutions
Center 1
In addition to information about the Print,
Scan, Copy, Fax, mobile device functions,
Brother ControlCenter operations and
troubleshooting, other useful information is
included about using the machine on a
network.
Mobile Print/Scan Guide
for Brother iPrint&Scan
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This Guide provides useful information about
printing from your mobile device, and
scanning from your Brother machine to your
mobile device when connected to a Wi-Fi®
network.
Brother Solutions
Center 1
Visit support.brother.com/manuals.
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Search box
Navigation index in a separate panel
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Every topic in one guide
Simplified Layout!
Step-by-step instructions
Feature summary at the top of the page
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1. Search Box
2. Navigation
3. Summary
4. Step-by-Step Instructions
To View Online User's Guides
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(Windows®)
You can also access your machine's guides using Brother Utilities. The Brother Utilities tool is
included in the standard installation and, when installed, you can find it either as a shortcut on
your desktop, or from the Windows® Start menu.
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Solutions, and Videos Online.
Go to your model's FAQs & Troubleshooting page on the Brother Solutions Center at
support.brother.com
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• Displays related questions for more information
• Receives regular updates based on customer feedback
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Table of Contents
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General Information ............................................................................................ 1
2
Load Paper........................................................................................................... 7
Control Panel Overview.............................................................................................1
Load Paper in the Paper Tray ...................................................................................7
Load Paper in the Manual Feed Slot .........................................................................7
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Troubleshooting .................................................................................................. 8
Identify the Problem...................................................................................................8
Error and Maintenance Messages.............................................................................9
Document and Paper Jams .....................................................................................10
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Appendix .............................................................................................................11
Supplies...................................................................................................................11
Print and Scan Using Your Mobile Device...............................................................12
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General Information
Control Panel Overview
The control panel may vary depending on your model.
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MFC-B7700D/MFC-B7720DN
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General Information
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1. One Touch buttons
Store and recall up to eight fax and telephone numbers.
To access stored One Touch fax and telephone numbers 1-4, press the One Touch button
assigned to that number. To access stored One Touch fax and telephone numbers 5-8, press
and hold Shift as you press the button.
2. Function buttons
Redial/Pause
Press to dial the last number you called. This button also inserts a pause when
programming quick dial numbers or when dialling a number manually.
Hook/Hold
Press Hook/Hold before dialing to ensure a fax machine answers, and then press Start.
Press Hook/Hold to place a call on hold.
FAX Auto/Manual/PC-FAX
Press FAX Auto/Manual/PC-FAX to change the Fax receive mode.
NOTE
If you select PC-FAX using this button, the back-up print function is not available to select. To use
the back-up print function, select [PC Fax Receive] in the receive mode setting. The machine
will transfer the received fax data to the designated computer and the fax data will not remain in
your machine in the PC-Fax mode. You can print the received fax data at your machine as a
backup if you turn on the back-up print function.
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2 in 1 (ID) Copy
Press to copy both sides of an identification card onto a single page.
Billings
Press to copy an identification card or bills.
Options
Press to access temporary settings for faxing, scanning, or copying.
3. Liquid Crystal Display (LCD)
Displays messages to help you set up and use the machine.
If the machine is in Fax Mode, the LCD displays:
a
01/01 12:00
Fax Only
b
a. Date & Time
b. Receive Mode
When you press COPY, the LCD displays:
c
d
Stack Copies:01
100% □□■□□ Auto
g
f
e
c. Type of copy
d. Number of copies
e. Quality
f. Contrast
g. Copy ratio
4. Mode buttons
FAX
Press to switch the machine to FAX Mode.
SCAN
Press to switch the machine to SCAN Mode.
COPY
Press to switch the machine to COPY Mode.
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6
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General Information
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5. Menu buttons
Clear
Press to delete entered data or cancel the current setting.
Menu
Press to access the Menu for programming your machine settings.
OK
Press to store your machine settings.
d or c
Press to scroll back or forward through menu selections.
a or b
• Press to scroll up or down through menus and options.
• Press to change the resolution in Fax Mode.
Press
to access speed dial numbers.
6. Dial Pad
• Use to dial fax and telephone numbers.
• Use as a keyboard to enter text or characters.
7.
On/Off
• Turn on the machine by pressing
.
• Turn off the machine by pressing and holding
. The LCD displays [Shutting Down]
and stays on for a few seconds before turning off. If you have an external telephone or
TAD connected, it is always available.
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8. Stop/Exit
• Press to stop an operation.
• Press to exit from a menu.
9. Start
• Press to start sending faxes.
• Press to start copying.
• Press to start scanning documents.
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General Information
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On/Off
• Turn on the machine by pressing
.
• Turn off the machine by pressing and holding
. The LCD displays [Shutting Down]
and stays on for a few seconds before turning off.
2. Function buttons
Copy/Scan Options
Press to access temporary settings for scanning or copying.
Scan
Press to switch the machine to Scan Mode.
2 in 1 (ID) Copy
Press to copy both sides of an identification card onto a single page.
Billings
Press to copy an identification card or bills.
3. Liquid Crystal Display (LCD)
Displays messages to help you set up and use the machine.
If the machine is in Ready Mode or COPY Mode, the LCD displays:
a
b
Stack Copies:01
100% □□■□□ Auto
e
d
c
a. Type of copy
b. Number of copies
c. Quality
d. Contrast
e. Copy ratio
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4
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4. Menu buttons
Menu
Press to access the Menu for programming your machine settings.
Clear
• Press to delete entered data.
• Press to cancel the current setting.
OK
Press to store your machine settings.
a or b
Press to scroll up or down through menus and options.
5. Stop/Exit
• Press to stop an operation.
• Press to exit from a menu.
6. Start
• Press to start copying.
• Press to start scanning documents.
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Load Paper
Load Paper in the
Paper Tray
Load Paper in the
Manual Feed Slot
Use the paper tray when printing on the
following media:
Use the Manual Feed Slot when printing on
the following media:
Thin paper
Thin paper
Recycled paper
Recycled paper
Thick paper
Bond paper
Load Paper
Plain paper
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Plain paper
Thick paper
Labels 1
• Adjust the guides
Envelopes 1
• Fan the paper
• Adjust the guides
• Do not exceed this
mark
• Use both hands to
insert one sheet of
paper
• Continue pressing
the paper against
the rollers for
about two
seconds, or until
the machine grabs
the paper and
pulls it in further
For more detailed information, see the Online
User's Guide: Load Paper in the Paper Tray.
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Open the back cover (face up output tray) before
printing to let the printed paper exit onto the face up
output tray.
For more detailed information, see the Online
User's Guide: Load and Print Paper in the
Manual Feed Slot.
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Troubleshooting
Use this section to resolve problems you may encounter when using your Brother machine.
Identify the Problem
Even if there seems to be a problem with your machine, you can correct most problems yourself.
First, check the following:
• The machine's power cord is connected correctly and the machine's power is on.
• All of the machine's orange protective parts have been removed.
• (For network models) The access point (for wireless network), router, or hub is turned on and
its link indicator is blinking.
• Paper is inserted correctly in the paper tray.
• The interface cables are securely connected to the machine and the computer.
• Check the machine's status on your machine or in Brother Status Monitor on your computer.
Find the Error
Find the Solution
Using the Status Monitor
• Double-click the
icon in the task tray.
• A green icon indicates the normal stand-by
condition.
• A yellow icon indicates a warning.
• A red icon indicates an error has occurred.
• A grey icon indicates the machine is
offline.
• Click the Troubleshooting button to
access Brother's troubleshooting website.
• (Windows®) If you select the Load Status
Monitor on Startup check box, the Status
Monitor will launch automatically each time
you start your computer.
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Find the Error
Find the Solution
Using the LCD
1. Follow the messages on the LCD.
Cover is Open
2. If you cannot resolve the error, refer to the
following:
Online User's Guide: Error and
Maintenance Messages
FAQs & Troubleshooting page at
support.brother.com
Error and Maintenance Messages
For information on the most common error and maintenance messages, see the Online User's
Guide.
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To view the Online User's Guide and other available guides, visit support.brother.com/manuals.
Troubleshooting
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Document and Paper Jams
An error message indicates where the paper is stuck in your machine.
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Error messages:
1. Document Jam
2. Jam Rear
3. Jam 2-sided
4. Jam Tray
5. Jam Inside
See the messages in Brother Status Monitor on your computer.
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Appendix
Supplies
When the time comes to replace supplies, such as the toner or drum, an error message will
appear on your machine's control panel or in the Status Monitor. For more information about the
supplies for your machine, visit www.brother.com/original/index.html or contact your local Brother
dealer.
• The supply model name will vary depending on your country and region.
Toner-Cartridge
B
Approximate Life (Page
Yield)
Toner Box:
Approximately 2,600 pages 1 2 DCP-B7500D/DCP-B7530DN/
MFC-B7700D/MFC-B7720DN
TN-B020
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Approximate cartridge yield is declared in accordance with ISO/IEC 19752.
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A4/Letter simplex pages
Applicable Models
Drum Unit
Supply Model Name Approximate Life (Page Yield) Applicable Models
DR-B020
1
Approximately 12,000 pages 1
DCP-B7500D/DCP-B7530DN/
MFC-B7700D/MFC-B7720DN
Approximately 12,000 pages based on 1 page per job [A4/Letter simplex pages]. The number of pages may be
affected due to a variety of factors including but not limited to media type and media size.
If you are using Windows®, double-click the Brother Creative Center icon
on your
desktop to access our FREE website designed as a resource to help you easily create and print
customised materials for business and home use with photos, text and creativity.
Mac users can access Brother CreativeCenter at this web address:
www.brother.com/creativecenter
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Appendix
Supply Model Name
Print and Scan Using Your Mobile Device
Brother iPrint&Scan for Mobile allows you to use features of your Brother machine directly from
your mobile device, without using a computer. The Mobile Print/Scan Guide for Brother
iPrint&Scan contains information on printing from your mobile device. Go to your model's
Manuals page on the Brother Solutions Center at support.brother.com to see the guide.
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Visit us on the World Wide Web
www.brother.com
These machines are approved for use in the country of purchase only. Local Brother
companies or their dealers will support only machines purchased in their own countries.
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