1.Open front door. 2.Open clamshell (copier upper half, green lever on right). 3.Pull out toner cartridge (on the right). 4.Pull out drum cartridge (on the left). 5.Install new drum. 6.Reinstall the rest in opposite order.
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Check the dum cleaning blade. Usually the blade becomes weak and does not clean the drum properly. You can either replace just the drum blade or replace the entire drum cartridge.
If the copies are coming out solid black, then either the exposure lamp or the thermal fuse for the exposure lamp is/are burned out.
Did you replace the drum with a Sharp brand drum? I recently replaced a drum in my Sharp AL-1642CS, the replacement drum fits ok, and the lights you describe are gone now, but it does make an annoying noise that is new. I wish I would have spent the money to get a Sharp drum, then you can call them directly for support. When I have called them they have been very helpful.