Once the "Drum Unit Warning" appeared on the screen, I replaced the drum with a new one, but the message is still on. I tried several times to re-install it, I also made a test using the diagnostic program but the message doesn't disappear.
Is there any command in the menu that solves this problem?
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Re: Toshiba dp80f-Drum unit warning
Their is a manuel reset for this fax Machine,You can purchase a Serivce Manuel or have a Service Tech do it for you, the drum needs to be reset this is a job for a Service Tech , get the manuel your better off.
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Have you had the developer and drum replaced recently, or does the screen say Replace PC Drum? There are certain house chores the copier does before "Ready to Copy" it is waiting for them to get done, so that equals "Please Wait". One big item is making sure the developer and toner are properly mixed inside the image unit underneath the drum or next to it depending on the series. Might want to have the developer replaced and drum/cleaning blade normally done all together, then run the F8 procedure/Developer Charge, and make sure the counters where cleared. Did you recently replace the drum and the developer if so did you clear the counters for the drum and developer, FIRST? IF not then the copier thinks the new drum and new developer are old. The copier works on the counters that is how it knows it got a new drum and developer. Get new developer and a new drum and have it installed correctly. Counters are clear before the unit is yanked out of the machine, then you remove the image unit/drum unit replace the developer/drum and cleaning blade. (DO NOT USE A VACUUM CLEANER WHEN REPLACING THE DEVELOPER static electricity can destroy the sensor located below the developer unit. Then reinstall and RUN F8/Developer Charge. Make sure the fax line and Ethernet cable is removed can't print anything until the F8 is run. Or you will start all over again with new developer and a new drum.
Hello, you need to reset the Drum Unit life:
After changing a DR2000 drum unit in a Brother HL-2040, the printer's page count needs to be reset. This will turn off the drum warning light on the printer.
Simply open the front cover, and hold the "GO" button until all four LED's are lit. Release the "GO" button and close the front cover.
Either the toner cartridge is very close to empty or the drum unit needs to be replaced. Check your warning lights. Yellow = toner, red = drum. If no warning lights, pull out the toner/drum unit and remove the toner cartridge. Have a look at the cylinder in the drum (DR2125) - if it is very black and matt looking you will need to have it cleaned or just replace it.
first you are talking about the FUSER END message that means you have to change the FUSER and as for the DRUM and BELT you have to RESET the TIMER to tell the printer that it has been changed as well as for the FUSER those are consumable parts they have a life and the printer is programed to tell you to change them after so much copies.
Did you recently replace the drum and the warning is unexpected?
Why does the message "Drum End Soon" continue to appear on the LCD after I replaced the drum?
This message would continue to appear if the drum unit counter was not reset when you installed a new drum.
To reset the drum unit counter, follow the instructions below:
Press Menu on the Control Panel.
Press the Up or Down Arrow key to select Machine Info..
Press the Up or Down Arrow key to select Reset Menu.
Press the Up or Down Arrow key to select Drum.
Press 1 to reset the drum unit counter.
You can use this procedure to reset a drum in order to continue to use up the remaining 'life' of the drum; recognizing that you will need to replace the drum when you start having print quality issues.
After approx. 25000 pages you should replace drum unit
This message would appear if the drum unit is near the end of its life. Use the drum unit until you have a print quality problem, then replace the drum unit with a new one.
This message would continue to appear if the drum counter was not reset when you replaced the drum. To reset the drum counter, follow the instructions below:
Open the front cover.
Press the Clear/Back key.
Press 1 to reset.
Close the front cover, pressing firmly on each side until they click into place.
That should have reset itself. A couple of things. You may have received a bad cartridge and need to report it as DOA, from wherever you purchased it. Also, sometimes if you replace the drum when it says : Drum unit low or reorder Drum, and you replace it before it tells you to replace the drum, it will not reset. There is a fuse that blows quickly and resets the counter. That may not have been attached right and not the machine did not detect a new cartridge.