How do I Scan on My Brother MFC l2750dw?

Hello, Please let me know that how do i scan on my Brother MFC l2750dw. I am facing some issue in this. Help me.

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  • lay  2 years ago
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Scan on Brother MFC l2750dw Printer:

Here are some solutions for you to scan on my Brother MFC l2750dw printer. Also here you will learn why your Brother printer won’t scan. Follow the instructions below.

Step 1: Load your document.

Step 2: Press Scan>to PC>to File option and then click ‘OK’.

Step 3: If the machine is connected with the network, click or to display the computer where you want to send data, and then press the computer name.

Note: If the LCD prompts you to enter a PIN for the computer, enter the four-digit PIN on the LCD and then press ‘OK’.

Step 4: Do one of the following:

  • To change the scan settings, press, and after that go to the next step.
  • To use the default scan settings, press ‘Start’.
  • The machine starts scanning. If you are using the machine's scanner glass, then follow the LCD guidelines to complete the scanning job.
  • To change scan settings, Brother's ControlCenter software must be installed on a computer connected to the machine.

Step 5: To scan both sides of the document (MFC-L2750DW/MFC-L2750DWXL):

Press 2-sided Scan, and after that select the document type.

  • 2-sided Scan: Long Edge
  • 2-sided Scan: Short Edge

Step 6: Select the scan settings you want to change:

  • Resolution
  • File Type
  • Scan Type
  • Document Size
  • Scan Settings
  • ADF Auto Deskew
  • Remove Background Color

(available only for the Color and Gray options.)

Step 7: Press ‘OK’.

Step 8: Press ‘Start’.

Step 9: The machine starts scanning.

That’s it!! Now you will be able to scan on my Brother MFC l2750dw.

FIX: Brother Printer won’t scan Windows 10

Step 1: Ensure that the machine is powered on and without errors

When you turn on the Brother Printer and find that the LCD display is blank, then it means it is either off or in sleep mode.

So, you can press a button on the printer and see if it will wake it up from sleep mode, then check whether the printer power cable is plugged into a power outlet and all power switches are turned to ON.

Take a look at the LCD display if there are any error messages like paper jam, ink/toner empty, and if there’s a specific error message, troubleshoot to clear it.

Step 2: Check your connection

Setup your Brother printer if you want to use the network scanning tool, via the peer-to-peer network environment, because it works from a server computer, not client PCs.

Step 3: Ensure that the printer is ready to print

For this, you need to open Printer Properties where you will find options on how to operate the printer such as configuring ports and hardware related customizations.

  • Click Start and select Control Panel
  • Click Hardware and Sound
  • Click Devices and Printers
  • Right press on your Brother printer and choose Printer Properties

Tap on the Print Test page to check if your printer is available to print

Step 4: Check the Brother printer’s scanner driver

  • Go to the scanner list by clicking Start and select Control Panel
  • The search box on Control Panel, type the ‘scanner’
  • Click view scanners and cameras
  • Take a look at whether the scanner icon of your Brother printer exists
  • If it doesn’t exist, install the scanner driver
  • Go to the Downloads section in the Brother website

Install the Full Driver & Software package and follow the guidelines available

Step 5: Verify the IP address of your Brother printer

In case, Brother Printer won’t scan, receive its IP address by printing a network configuration list, which prints a report of all current network configuration including the network print server settings.

  • To print the network setup list, do the following:
  • Press Menu on your Brother Printer
  • Select Print Reports
  • Select Network Config and press OK
  • Click Black (Mono) Start or Color Start or Start
  • Press Stop/Exit

Step 6: Place the IP address on the scanner driver

To do this:

  • Go to the Scanner Properties by clicking Start and select Control Panel. Then type the word ‘scanner’ in the search box and click View scanners and cameras
  • Choose your scanner
  • Click Properties button
  • If you get the UAC (User Account Control) screen, click Continue or Yes (for admin), or enter the admin password and click OK or Yes
  • Click Network Setting tab
  • Select Specify your machine by address
  • Type the IP address you confirmed in the previous step and click OK.
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