The Brother DCP-7020 is a laser printer/copier that was first unveiled in 2005 in line with the company’s continued efforts to keep providing users with a cost-effective printing solution for middle-sized set-ups. This unit retailed at about $500 upon its release. The price has since remained stable, even increasing retailing at around $590. The printer currently retails at approximately $179 for a used model on Amazon.

The device measures 15.55 x 17.01 x 11.57 inches and weighs 20.81 lbs. It comes with an ultra high definition scanner unit that can come in handy if you are looking to digitise your old photos. Further to this, the printer comes with a pre-installed standard 16MB memory. The memory cannot be expanded further as the printer isn’t intended for complex printing tasks. Indeed, the DCP-7020 is a monochrome printer.

Considering the fact that this unit was designed for reliability, it was received very warmly by users in various online forums. The printer is highly energy effective as it comes with a 75 watts power rating when on standby. It also features three paper trays that can be used interchangeably, making bulk printing tasks straightforward. The first paper tray accommodates about 100 sheets, 2nd- 250 and the third offers space for 35.

Regarding troubleshooting, there are some issues which you can sort out with just a few clicks, and in those cases a manual is not needed. One of the most common questions which we get is connected to the wireless printing setup, and if you don’t feel like going through the Brother DCP-7020 Manual you can check out our guide here “connect brother printer to wifi”. The second most common question was how do I setup my brother printer to scan to my computer, which we also covered, and last but not least we also compiled a general troubleshooting article that covers questions like why does my brother printer say it is offline. So, if you’re not fond of going through the Brother DCP-7020 User Manual, those articles are your best bet.

Where to download the Brother DCP-7020 Manual

Regardless with which device you’re stuck with, a user manual is an essential part of the troubleshooting process. Although the device manufacturers are trying their best by providing a printed version of it, that same piece of paper can get lost easily. Luckily, sites like ShareDF keep all those user manuals as a digital copy on their server, which also includes the Brother DCP-7020 Manual. The file can be viewed or downloaded through this link: