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Error code: change drum soon

I have already put in a new drum and it still says change drum soon. This has happened before and the help made me do somethings on the printer itself and fixed it, but I don't remember what to do?

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    I had the same problem and the solution worked great thanks

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Open front door, press "options" and follow prompts. once it says "accepted", close front door.

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