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On that one you open the front door and press options, it should ask if it's a new drum and you press 1 for yes and that should reset the drum count. The instructions are packed with the new drum.

Posted on Nov 13, 2009

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This is a warning for you to have a new replacement drum "on-hand" as soon the machine will tell you that the drum life is finished and you are to install a new drum.

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The printer screen shows change parts and on the wlan computers connected to it says that the drum end soon and that panics me a lot as i paid a lot for this damn computer


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?
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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:
  1. Press Menu on the Control Panel.
  2. Press the Up or Down Arrow key to select Machine Info..
  3. Press OK.
  4. Press the Up or Down Arrow key to select Reset Menu.
  5. Press OK.
  6. Press the Up or Down Arrow key to select Drum.
  7. Press OK.
  8. 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.

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I just replaced my Muratec F-305 drum DK 203OUS with new one and the red warning dot comes up and says "Drum near end" with the new drum. What is wrong?


Yes, the display was saying "drum near end"....it was not saying to replace the drum,... you only replace the drum when it says "replace drum"....right now you have b;own the fuse in the new drum because you replaced it TOO SOON. You will have to find someone to replace the mini-fuse in the drum cartridge...it will still be ok...but soon you will not be able to print on the machine,,,READ THE USERS MANUAL.

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The "replace drum soon" indicater is a warning for you to have a new replacement drum "on-hand". Soon the display will change to "REPLACE DRUM" AT WHICH TIME THE UNIT WILL STOP PRINTING.
When the new drum cartridge is then installed...the REPLACE DRUM indicator will be reset. DO NOT replace the drum before the machine says to.

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Drum is only to be replaced when machine says "Replace Drum".
Not "Replace drum soon".
Try Programm, * , * , I(Capital Letter I ), then ENTER.
Should reset it.

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How do you reset memory board for muratec f-320 . I am trying to get rid of an error message"Replace drum unit printer not useable". Installed new drum unit and still gives the same error message.


Before doing complete Memory clear try the following...
Press..PROGRAM,*,*,I(thats the letter I),then ENTER.
That should reset it. Only replace the new drum into the machine when the machine says "Replace Drum"...NOT when it says "replace drum soon".
As a last resort a complete memory clear is PROGRAM,*,3.....but be warned this will clear all memory back to factory defaults "except" the Life Monitor which has the counters.

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You have to open the front door and then press options, should see Replace Drum? just answer yes.

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PREPARE NEW DRUM


Yup, for now, until it shuts down completely.
Think of it like a "low fuel' warning on your car......You've got a little life left , but it's going to quit soon.
Once the drum reaches it's maximum count, it will shut down the machine until it's replaced...like it says...get one ready.

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Open the front door. the drum is the unit the toner goes into. make sure you follow the instuctions that come with it. I think you have to press the clear button with the front door open to clear the drum warning code. Lawrence

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