Unable to print on the second day after purchase
I printed a few test pages on the same day without issues. Next day printer gave me "Print Unable E9" error after start-up, which means mechanical repair is required according to online user manual. So, next day after purchase I should bring printer to repair centre at my own cost because warranty type for them 'return-to-base', and no one from service centre will attend to look into the issue onsite. Totally disappointing experience with Brother product. May be just bad luck, but it creates an impression about quality, for sure.
Also, scannin...g does not allow 'crop' functionality in both tools installed (ControlCenter and iPrint&Scan). It could be hidden very well, but my 10 years old printer already provided such important feature right on main screen after scanning. Along with bad mechanical quality I can add poor user experience in software to Brother's account.
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