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the drum is the tray that holds the toner, it comes out when you remove the toner. you can buy this part at any store that sells the toners. it is normally more expensive than the toner but will last you about 4 of them
if they are evenly spaced, it will be 1 of 2 things, either the fuser or the drum, if you want to check the drum, take it out, take the toner out of the drum, and rotate the drum by turning the gear, be careful not to touch the drum not have it in direct sunlight or incandescent light and see if you can find the spodges on it. you can also do a test print, print from the manual tray, and open the main cover after the paper goes in almost all the way. open the door, take the drum out and look at the paper, take it out slowly in the direction the paper was going and see if you see the splodge, if you do, again you will know its the drum. thanks adi
I have reused the drum for three life cycles and the print quality is still good. Just reset the counter until the print quality suffers because the cost of the drum exceeds the price of a new printer. According to Brother to reset the counter
Turn the printer off.
Press and hold the Go button on the front of the printer, at the same time turn the printer power on.
When the Toner light is on by itself, release the Go button.
Push and hold the Go button again, release the Go button when the Paper light is on by itself.