Question about Kyocera TASKalfa 180 Copier
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My kyocera taskalfa 180 shows an error.call service c6000.what should i do
Posted on Jan 30, 2014
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Posted on Oct 15, 2013
My kyocera taskalfa 180 asking me to call service C6000. How can fix this error?
Posted on Apr 06, 2016
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Posted on Jul 08, 2014
Either at first you go service mode 10871087 and press 163 START neither you change fuser unit
Posted on Dec 09, 2016
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
1650 machine is a medium size machine for small offices and home users. The machine is equipped with a self diagnostic function so it displays an error code whenever its processor detects a problem during copy process.
Some codes can be reset by simply opening and closing the front door or by turning the machin on and off, but there are some others that can be reset only by a service representative. C 6000 code is one of them. There are several causes that lead to this problem, i;e:
1. Unstable power source
2. Low volatage
3. Broken thermisted wire
4. Poor contact in the thermister connector terminals.
5. Heater lamps are broken or not installed correctly.
Here is the process to reset c 6000.
Enter 1087-1087 (1087 twice) from the keypad.
U000 will be displayed.
Enter 163 by using the keypad keys.
Press "Start" (the green button) twice.
The code will be reset and machine will start automatically.
If this code is appeared again, you may need to check the fusing section of the machine and it shoud be done only by a service engineer.
Posted on Mar 27, 2010
This C6000 error code is triggered by a few things all having to do with the fixing heater wire. Ask your technician to check the thermistor, the thermal cutout and the connection between the thermistor and the power supply board. My guess would be that the power surge overloaded the power supply board. This is not something that can be reset and may require new parts.
The manuals that describe the error codes are only available to Kyocera technicians, sorry.
Posted on May 26, 2009
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