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Brother mfc8440 clicking sounds while printing

Hi,

I started using a refurbished drum about a month ago. Now it makes a loud clicking noise when it prints. Help please!

Thanks!

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I had the same problem when I used a refurb toner cartridge, had to replace cartridge with oem for it to print. After a while started making same noise, had to take it in to have parts replaced. Now I don't take any chances on non-oem parts, it's not worth it.

Posted on Apr 16, 2008

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