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Brother MFC 8220 -- paper keeps getting stuck in the drum. Replaced drum but still happening. Makes a loud noise when trying to print.

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Sounds to me like your fuser gear has broken. look for your exit rollers. they're right where your paper exits the machine. while watching them closely, open door, then close so that machine goes through its little warmup. if you don't see those rollers turning, chances are very good that your gear has broke.

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