# ERROR CODE C630 ON KYOCERA KM-1510

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This is a fuser error meaning that the fuser has overheated. In most cases the thermal fuse or thermostat blows and will need replacing. especially if you get the 630 code, and switch the machine of and back on and get a 610 code.

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Comment annuler ce code C620 sur une kyocera km 1510

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