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How to fix brother printer drum error troubleshooting and routine maintenance


I still receive the error message "Replace Drum", "Drum End Soon", "Drum Near End", or "Drum Stop" after I replace the drum unit with a new one. The following error messages will continue to appear if the drum counter was not reset when you replace the drum unit with a new one.
  • Replace Drum
  • Drum End Soon
  • Drum Near End
  • Drum Stop
To clear these error messages, you need to reset the drum counter as instructed below.

If you want to clear an error message related to the toner replacement, click here to see how to clear an error message after you replaced the toner cartridge.
"What is the difference between the toner cartridge and the drum unit?"

Please reset the drum counter only when you replace the drum unit. If you reset the drum counter during the life of the drum unit currently being used, the remaining drum life will not be displayed accurately.
  1. Make sure that the machine is turned on.
  2. Open the front cover.
  3. Press Clear or Clear/Back on the control panel.?
    NOTE: The layout of a control panel differs depending on the model, but the Clear or Clear/Back button is located on the right side of the LCD screen as shown in illustration.
  4. Do one of the following.

    • If your Brother machine has a numeric keypad:
      Press 1 to reset the drum counter.
    • If your Brother machine doesn't have a numeric keypad:
      Press the Up Arrow Key to reset the drum counter.
  5. When the LCD shows Accepted, close the front cover.

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Sep 11, 2017 | Brother Office Equipment & Supplies

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How to reset " replace drum" for brother MFC-7860DW


Time to really order a new drum and really replace with a new one.
Resetting the drum unit will not improve print quality. It only resets your drum and allows you to continue to print. You decide when to replace the drum unit not the manufacturer!

1.Remove the drum unit and toner cartridge. Wait 1 or 2 minutes.
2.Replace the drum unit and toner cartridge into printer.
3.The error message "Change Drum Soon/Drum end soon" will continue to appear if the drum counter was not reset when you replace the drum unit.
4.To clear this error message, you need to reset the drum counter as instructed below.
5.Make sure that the machine is turned on.
6.Press Options.
To confirm you are installing a new drum, press 1.
7.When the LCD shows Accepted, close the front cover.
8.Your drum is now reset.

Jul 30, 2014 | Brother MFC-7860DW Laser All-In-One

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How do i reset ricoh sp 1200s drum unit


why toner life end message keep on showing on sp 1200s prints.

Aug 04, 2012 | Ricoh Office Equipment & Supplies

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My machine shows f 248 error


F248 is communication problem ,it some times happens when the printer cannot understand the data coming from the computer from certain program's or a specific file .reset the printer clear any print jobs on the pc and try print a test page if you're still getting that error you will need to get a service engineer to upgrade to the latest firmwarec

Jul 20, 2011 | Kyocera FSC2126MFP AllInOne Laser Printer

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1994 c2500 rear drum removal problems


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The information set forth below is the approach used in our shop.

There is a high probability that one of the conditions set forth below is causing your drum to bind as you try to remove it. The simplest solution is to use your brake spoon develop the maximum amount of spacing between the brake shoe and the drum.

If that doesn't work, on occasion we've had to use a chisel or a cutting torch to remove the drum. It is very seldom that such drastic measures must be taken but it has happened.

Surface/Heat Checks/Cracked Drum/Out-Of-Round Drum Brake drums act as a heat sink. They absorb heat and dissipate it into the air. As drums wear from normal use or are machined, their cooling surface area is reduced and their operating temperatures increase. Structural strength also reduces. This leads to overdistortion, which causes some of the drum conditions covered here.

Scored Drum Surface
A scored drum surface shows a scored drum surface. The most common cause of this condition is buildup of brake dust and dirt between the brake lining and drum. A glazed brake lining, hardened by high heat or in some cases by very hard inferior grade brake lining, can also groove the drum surface. Excessive lining wear that exposes the rivet head or shoe steel will score the drum surface. If the grooves are not too deep, the drum can be turned.
f45-17.gif Example of a scored brake drum. Courtesy of Wagner Brake Products. Bell-mouthed Drum
Bell-mouthed drum shows a distortion due to extreme heat and braking pressure. It occurs mostly on wide drums and is caused by poor support at the outside of the drum. Full drum-to-lining contact cannot be achieved and fading can be expected. Drums must be turned.
f45-18.gif Example of a bell-mouhed brake drum. Courtesy of Wagner Brake Products.

Concave Drum
A concave drum exhibits an excessive wear pattern in the center area of the drum brake surface. Extreme braking pressure can distort the shoe platform so braking pressure is concentrated at the center of the drum.
f45-19.gif Examples of concave and convex brake drums. Courtesy of Wagner Brake Products.

Convex Drum
A convex drum exhibits excessive wear at the closed end of the drum. It is the result of excessive heat or an oversized drum, which allows the open end of the drum to distort.

Hard Spots On The Drum
This condition in the cast-iron surface, sometimes called chisel spots or islands of steel, results from a change in metallurgy caused by braking heat. Chatter, pulling, rapid wear, hard pedal, and noise occur. These spots can be removed by grinding. However, only the raised surfaces are removed, and they can reappear when heat is applied. The drum must be replaced.

Threaded Drum Surface
An extremely sharp or chipped tool bit or a lathe that turns too fast can result in a threaded drum surface. This condition can cause a snapping sound during brake application as the shoes ride outward on the thread, then snap back. To avoid this, recondition drums using a rounded tool and proper lathe speed. Check the edge of the drum surface around the mounting flange side for tool marks indicating a previous rebore. If the drum has been rebored, it might have worn too thin for use. Check the diameter.

Heat Checks
Heat checks are visible, unlike hard spots that do not appear until the machining of the drum. Extreme operating temperatures are the major cause. The drum might also show a bluish/gold tint, which is a sign of high temperatures. Hardened carbide lathe bits or special grinding attachments are available through lathe manufacturers to service these conditions. Excessive damage by heat checks or hard spots requires drum replacement.
f45-20.gif Example of a heat checked and over-heated brake drum. Courtesy of Wagner Brake Products.

Cracked Drum
Cracks in the cast-iron drum are caused by excessive stress. They can be anywhere but usually are in the vicinity of the bolt circle or at the outside of the flange. Fine cracks in the drums are often hard to see and, unfortunately, often do not show up until after machining. Nevertheless, should any cracks appear, no matter how small, the drum must be replaced.

Out-Of-Round Drum
Drums with eccentric distortion might appear fine to the eye but can cause pulling, grabbing, and pedal vibration or pulsation. An out-of-round or egg-shaped condition is often caused by heating and cooling during normal brake operation. Out-of-round drums can be detected before the drum is removed by adjusting the brake to a light drag and feeling the rotation of the drum by hand. After removing the drum, gauge it to determine the amount of eccentric distortion. Drums with this defect should be machined or replaced.
f45-21.gif Measure the inside diameter of the drum in several spots to determine out-of-roundness.

An out of round or tapered drum prevents accurate brake shoe adjustment prevents not only difficult removal but also can cause excessive wear of other brake parts; excessive tire wear; and, a pulsating brake pedal.

All the best

Ben

Jun 15, 2011 | Chevrolet 2500 Cars & Trucks

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On a sharp arm 257 can you a drum unit or just blade and drum


Did you mean drum frame unit ? This frame include all the spare parts of drum unit except drum and drum fixing plate. The code number is AR 310 DU ( DRUM FRAME UNIT ).

DRUM : AR 310 DR
CL. BLADE : AR 271 AK
DEVELOPER : AR 271 SD

Jun 03, 2009 | Sharp AR-M237 Copier

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Panasonic FP-7722 Drum Installation


disingage dv unit lower transport assembly remove blue screw from drum unit take drum unit out remove drum lock towards the front remove charge assemby remove drum reinstall drum remember to apply drum powder and replacement of drum blade is recommended reinstall

Apr 09, 2009 | Panasonic FP-7735 Black and White Copier

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