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How do i reset Belt End Soon Message on MFC-9325CW

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You need to order the drum unit. It's different from the toners. You can replace it after the part comes in - you do not need a technicain to come in to do it for you. You can find the part from Amazon or Brother website.

Posted on Sep 14, 2009

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SOURCE: drum en soon MFC 7340

The drum counter counts to 15000 then says replace drum soon. Just open the front door and press options. Select yes.

Posted on Feb 04, 2010

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SOURCE: I turned on my Brother MFC-7440N and

By the sound of it, it sounds like the drum for the laser printer is just about shot. Time to get another cartdrige.

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If the unit is giveing good quality copies keep running untill the quality gose bad .Then call local dealer and let them replace the belt . Wont hurt the unit to keep using it.

Posted on Aug 12, 2010

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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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Drum end soon again


My MFC-7420 began to display the message "Drum end soon" so I quickly went out and purchased a new drum. But I decided not to install it until I needed to. Because what does "drum end soon" mean? I thought it would mean that the print quality would deteriorate enough that I would notice the problem. So I continued to replace toner as needed, and pushed the blue cleaning thing down the wire regularly. This went on for over 3 years until *finally* I started having regular print job production problems. I replaced the drum, and the problems were solved. So,my advice is be prepared, but don't replace the drum until you have to -- the message means very little.

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Which MFC9325CW toner is low?


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What does a belt life ends soon mean, on a brother MFC 9440ch color laser printer?


Are you sure of the error message? The Brother printers that I have used have Drum Ends Soon and Change Belt messages.

The Brother MFC-9440CN has a belt that can be replaced. The Belt unit has an life expectancy of ~50000 pages. The belt unit is part BU100CL and costs a bit over $150 at office supply stores. Amazon.com and some other stores have the unit for under $100. http://www.amazon.com/Brother-BU-100CL-HL-4040CN-HL-4070CDW-Series/dp/B000SC245E is one source.

When the unit says Change Belt Unit, follow the directions from the manual's maintenance section to replace the belt unit. See page 178 (page 189 of the PDF) http://welcome.solutions.brother.com/BSC/public/files/dlf/doc002252/mfc9440_usa_usr_b.pdf . You have to remove the Drum and then the Belt Unit. Then slide in the new Belt Unit and replace the Drum unit. Then close the printer and turn it on. Finally reset the counter from the Machine Info sub menu (press Menu 8 4 and select the Belt Unit and press OK. Then press 1 followed by Stop/Exit).

If you mean the Drum Unit, that is part DR-110CL and costs over $175 at the office supply stores. Order this part when the Drum End Soon message appears and replace it if the print quality deteriorates (or when you have the new drum). The Drum Life is ~17000 pages. The steps start on page 166 (182 of the PDF). You need to remove the old Drum unit. Then remove the toner cartridges from the drum. Prepare the new Drum Unit, including putting the cartridges in the new Drum. Then replace the Drum unit and reset the counter.

I hope this helps.

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What does drum end soon mean? Status monitor for my brother MFC-944)CN printer is saying Drum end soon! the file is being sent the status says ready, the paper goes through and comes out blank!


1. replace drum unit
2. after replacing reset the counter - press "3" and "9" button at the same time in the ready state, the reset menu will appear on the LCD, select "DRUM" and press "ok"
resetting without actual drum replacement might damage your printer.

Jun 29, 2010 | Brother MFC-9440CN Laser Printer

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I recently noticed a message that said "drum end soon" on the screen portion of my printer. With that I went and replaced the drum and toner. The problem is this: The "drum end soon" message never quit...


Hi,

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 OK.

  • Press the Up or Down Arrow key to select Reset Menu.

  • Press OK.

  • Press the Up or Down Arrow key to select Drum.

  • Press OK.

  • Press 1 to reset the drum unit counter.

Thank you !!

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MFC-9420CN All-In-One Laser Printer Install OPC belt message


Perhaps your OPC belt is at the end of its life and needs replacing

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MFC 9420CN


As far as the OPC belt - don't replace it until you start seeing ghosts and image defects! Reset it by:

Press 1 and 7 at the same time
Press 1 to reset the life counter.

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