There is nothing more exasperating than when your printer gets stuck up showing different kinds of error messages. I also encountered a similar situation when my Brother printer displayed “Brother Printer Error TS-07”.
While I was troubleshooting the issue, I came across the fact that this Brother Printer Error TS-07 is generally displayed when no router-based wired internet connection or Wireless Access Point is detected by your Brother printer.
I tried to troubleshoot the issue considering No Wireless Access Point detection as the prime reason for this issue after executing which I could solve this problem.
Step 1 - At first you should ensure that WLAN Access Point or the router supports WPS or AOSS. You can get this done either by looking for the icons displayed on the router or by reviewing the documents of your router.
Step 2 - Now by using WPS or AOSS you must move forward to configure your wireless setting.
Step 3 - The next step is to keep your Brother printer in the range of the router after ensuring that no signal emitting gadgets or equipment like microwave or mobiles are placed near your Brother printer.
Step 4 - In the following step go to the Menu of your Brother printer followed by selecting a preferred network and pressing OK.
Step 5 - Now by using arrow keys find the network and then click OK to make the process of fixing Brother Printer Error TS-07 forward.
Step 6 - Search the WPS/AOSS option, select and click OK. After this, when you see the “WLAN Enable?” option you must accept it.
Step 7 - In case you find the message “Network I/F switched to Wireless” click on the OK option to disable the wired network setting.
Step 8 - Now you should long-press the WPS or AOSS button of your router or Wireless Local Area Network Access Point. Now press OK on your Brother printer which will automatically configure by selecting the access point or the router.
Step 9 - For testing the printer, you will see a WLAN report which is going to be automatically printed.