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Drum Cartridge help

How do I reset the drum cartridge count?

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  • 8329 Apr 01, 2008

    Are you sure this model has a menu button? I don't see anything like that, Thanks

  • fishinpole Apr 03, 2008

    I also replaced the drum and can't get the "replace drum" light to go out. I have a AL-1631. It does not have a "menu" button. Thanks for your help.

  • Tiklsme May 12, 2008

    My AL-1631 does not have a manual button. I'm thinking I need a code number to enter after pushing a series of buttons. Can any one help with the code and series of buttons to push?

  • ScottGA May 24, 2008

    I have the same problem and there is no manual button to scroll down.

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C clear key, exposre key C clear key, exposure key, 24, 07, print key in that order

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Go to the menuel button and scrool down until you see reset count.do not silect toner reset.choose drum reset and enter and it will (0) out.

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SOURCE: Xerox DC50 error 9-378 Drum cartridge count

You can order a crum chip or replace the cartridge.
Google a business called The Parts Drop.
Call and ask for Britt. I am sure he will have the crum chip to replace and reset that code fairly cheeply.

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How to reset xerox m118 drum counter


Hi Laurynas Straksas,

What very frequently happens with those machines is this. On the drum cartridge, there is a green cover in front. Behind that cover there is a series of gears, one has a flag like tab sticking out. That tab is the drum reset, what it does is makes one swipe past the drum reset switch when you install it and that resets the drum life by swiping a switch one time. That flag has fallen and did not swipe your switch, you can do one of 2 things. You can have whoever you purchased the drum from replace the cartridge, or you can pop off that green cover and manipulate that flag to an Up and to the up position and replace the cover and install the drum in the machine, once the machine runs it will swipe the switch and reset the drum count, turning off the light and allowing your machine to run. Once you take the green cover off you will easily see what I am talking about, Flag will be down, work it until you get it in the up position. That will do it.

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Drum Life Ends soon - Brother


The problem with this is the design. Each toner cartridge has a microchip on it, that counts the pages you print. The company has determined that you get x amounts of prints. Then you have to replace it, empty or not. This printers do not work the same way as an expensive professional business copier. In an pro style there is a spent toner cartridge that collects all of the wasted toner that is on the drum. On a small business/home style this spent toner goes back into the cartridge. There is no level indicator, even on the inkjet printer. They too, have a chip that says you have x amount of prints/cleaning cycles they can go through. Look up inkjet refill kits or inkjet cartridge programmer.

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How do I reset the counter for the drum unit on a Brother MFC 9840-CDW. It says to replace the drum but the unit is printing flawlessly.


On the TN-155 toner cartridge, a mechanical 'flag gear' that will reset the counter for each individual cartridge when first 'triggered'.
After each page print, the appropriate counters are incremented regardless of toner content (that is why it is still printing 'flawlessly') and after a pre-determined count has been reached, you will get a warning to change the drum as is will then be notionally (not actually) empty.
Before you decide to reset the 'flag gear' on the drum, make sure you are not actually nearing the physical empty state ... it might be a wiser decision to purchase a refill kit which should come with instruction on how to fill and reset the 'flag gear' (this needs some dismantling of the drum cartridge) or buy a compatible or genuine toner drum cartridge.
In any case, Google 'Brother drum flag gear' for more information.
Good luck!

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Hi, I have a Workcenter XD102. It gives me a J2 error. I don't know how to fix it. Please help. Thank you very much, Charles


J2 error for Workcenter XD102 indicates a Drum Cartridge Problem sensed by the main PWB indicating that the Drum cartridge had reached its end of life. You may replace the Drum cartridge with a brand new Drum Cartridge. This should fix the problem.
If you believe that its not the Drum cartridge with or without replacing the Drum cartridge, you may try to open the printer, make a good clean and perform the below. 1. Check the PWB and Drum Cartridge Reset Circuit for any loose connection and short circuit. You may re-seat the cables and terminations and test. 2. If that didn't work you might need to get some voltage from the Drum Cartridge Reset Circuit as per below. 2a. If voltage is more than 0.5 VDC measured between PJ CN116-2 and GND then you need to replace the Drum Cartridge Reset Switch PL x.x. 2b. If voltage is less than 0.5 VDC measured between PJ CN116-2 and GND then actuate the Drum cartridge Reset Switch. Then check the voltage if its +5 VDC measured between PJ CN116-2 and GND. i. If not then replace the Drum Cartridge Reset Switch PL 5.. ii. Else it should be fine. iii. If not then replace the Main PWB, PL 7.1.

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1. turn off XD125f
2. Turn on
3. within 4 seconds press, clear, auto, clear, auto. LED Should go blank,
if not try again
4. use copy quantity keys to enter 24, then push start
5. Again use copy quantity keys to enter 7, then push start
6. turn off
when you restart the cartridge count will be set to zero

I have done this twice and never replaced the drum cartridge.

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If you put new toner in your used cartridge and you still have the Toner light, you need to reset the "reset gears". Take the cover off of the gear side of the cartridge. The reset gears are actually attached to the inside of the cover. Move the gear with the lever to the opposite side of the current position.

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J2 is the indication that the Drum Cartridge life has elapsed. The possibly exists that the Customer has installed a New Drum Cartridge. The Customer would be directed to change their Drum Cartridge by their User Guide. This action on the part of the Customer will cause the Drum Reset Switch to actuate for a moment when the Side Door is closed. This is with the provision that the Drum Reset Circuit is working properly. That momentary actuation of the Drum Reset Switch, being actuated by the New Drum, resets the Drum Counter. Should something be faulty with either the reset mechanism on the New Drum Cartridge, or the Drum Cartridge reset Switch circuit, the Counter will not reset. Note: A new Drum Cartridge will NOT reset the Drum Counter unless the machine is holding a J2 presenton the display. The first revolution of the Drum will render the Drum Cartridge used. A Used Drum Cartridge will NOT be capable of resetting a J2. Again, one revolution of a new Drum Cartridge will render it to be a used Drum . Cause:

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There is a set of gears in the front of that drum cartridge with a flag on one of the gears, It has to be in the up position to swipe the drum replacement sensor. Most likely the flag had dropped in shipping.
You can take the green front off the drum and try and get that flag up and to the right. Or take the drum cartridge for a return and a new cartridge.
If that flag has dropped in shipping, it will not reset the drum count.

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HI: YOU MUST RESET THE DRUM COUNT TO (0) IT SHOULD BE IN THE MENU ON YOUR DISPLAY.

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Sharpe are correct there is no known button sequence I know about as the drum normally has a resistor that blows when installed resetting the drum count.

Thanks J

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