The Brother DCP-J125 is a colored laserjet printer that was released in 2010. This printer was aimed at users seeking to acquire printing, scanning, and copying features, all under in one device. Upon its release, this unit retailed at around $300. This price remained intact for quite some time before dipping to its current price. You can also get a second-hand unit for $150 on Amazon.

This unit measures 15.4 in by 14.5 in by 5.9 in and weighs about 14.99 lbs. It also comes with a non -expandable DDR2 64 MB RAM and a 64-bit processor since the printer is not meant to process highly complex printing tasks. It offers up to 19200 x 19200 dpi in terms of interpolated resolution for color scans and a maximum optical resolution of 1200 x 2400 dpi.

Considering the fact that the DCP-J125 was among the pioneer all-in-one series printers from the Brothers Company, it received a very warm welcome on different forums on the internet. It comes with wireless connection capability, allowing you to connect to it via WIFI. Notably, with this unit, you can also print documents and photos directly from your email, or even scan documents and upload them to your email.

There are some issues which you can sort out with just a few clicks, and in those cases a Brother DCP-j125 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 document you can check out our guide under this link “how do I connect my brother printer to the wifi”. The second most common question was why can’t I scan from my brother printer to my computer, which we also covered, and last but not least we also compiled a general troubleshooting article that covers questions like why is my brother printer offline. So, if you’re not fond of going through the Brother DCP-j125 Manual, those articles are your best bet.

Where to download the Brother DCP-j125 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-j125 Manual. The file can be viewed or downloaded through this link: