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I have an oki c3530n, I replaced the first black

I have an okidata c3530n, I replaced the first black drum assembly. Now I have a very noisy start up

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Reinstall the drum assembly until the noise goes away. The unit isnt installed properly and the teeth on drive gears are not meshing.

Posted on Nov 17, 2009

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