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Gringing noise and says to replace drum. Replaced drum and still grinds and says drum needs replaced

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Look at front of machine where your received faxes come out. you will see a couple of rollers there. unplug fax, and while watching the rollers, plug in and see if they turn when machine starts rotating. if they don't, you have a broken heat roller gear. another thing can cause this is a bound up toner cartridge. try another if rollers are turning. last but not least, your old drum possibly damaged your drum drive gears.

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