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Sounds to me like your lamp is stuck. There is a scan latch that can catch the lamp. it is on the under side of the scanner on the left side.
Or is your lamp not coming on at all.
If it prints , it eliminates the laser, drum and developer unit. Try making a page with the top up and see if the lamp is moving back and forth.
This might refer to your scanner assy being locked. The scanner assy is the unit under the glass that scans your document prior to copying it. Look inside the cavity where you pick up your completed copies. Look at the upper left corner and see if there is a knob there. If there is, make sure it is in the completely unlocked position.
Make sure that the lock isn't on the scanner. It is located under the left side of the scanner. If it's off there could be binding in the cable underneath the scanner causing binding to happen. The scanner glass can be removed and the tension released. If the cable is moving around too much, it can be secured using scotch tape.
Your unit definetly needs a new drum. The usual yield for this consumable is upt ot 15,000 pages, so at the stated rate, the unit yielded more than average. AL-1000 series share the same toner and drum, so finding remanufactured (or recycled) drum units should be no problem. In Puerto Rico, they are sold for about $79.00.