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I think you mean a DR350.
1. Install the new drum and wait for it to display the "replace drum" error.
2. Open the front cover of the printer as if to change the toner out. The printer will read cover is open.
3. Press the clear/back button or just clear. The printer will say "replace drum?
4. press the 1 button and the printer will read "accepted".
5. Turn the printer off then on again to fully clear the error. Upon restarting the printer you'll be good to go.
The drum is where the images are created, a good drum means good printing quality, is sensitive to light, do not expose to sunlight directly and also expose to the light as less as you can. Other Brands of printers has the drum in the cartridges, every time that you replace the cartridge actually you are replacing the drum, but usually the drum last longer than the toner, Brother allows user to change drum when its need it, for example this drum last about 17,000 pages if you are not concern about quality you can reset the drum and keep using until the quality is not enough for you.
The procedure is similar to replacing the toner but instead of putting a new thing of toner inside the drum, you remove the toner and put it in the new drum. Open the front cover and pull out the drum and toner assembly. Place on newspaper or other disposable material (toner may spill). Push down the blue lever to unlock the toner cartridge. Remove the cartridge from the drum. Unpack the new drum (keep it out of the light until ready to replace the drum). Push the toner cartridge into the new drum until it locks into place; the blue lever should lift automatically. Put the assembly back in the printer. Clean the printer as recommended in the manual while it is open; this includes cleaning the corona wire before replacing the drum assembly.
After replacing the drum, reset the drum counter: with the printer on and the drum light blinking, open the front cover and press and hold the GO button until all of the LEDs light up (about 4 seconds). Then release the GO button and close the cover. Check that the drum light is off. (The manual says you should do the reset first but I tend to avoid this in case of distractions.)
You have to open the door and hold the go button til all lights flash. That tells the printer it has a new drum. After that press the go button 3 times and it will print a report that shows the drum as new...
When you replace a drum in a brother machine you have to tell the machine it's a new drum. The instructions are on a sheet packed with the new drum. With the front door open you hold the panel button until all the lights flash on, then close the door and you're ready to print.