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Error code 0150 is an engine EEPROM communication error. The engine board might need to be replaced. I have heard that sometimes a defective developer unit could cause this same error code. I would try swaping a develper from a working FS-2000D first.
0150 is a problem with either the engine board or the EEPROM chip that sits on the engine board. If you want to do it yourself, you can open the printer up and reset the chip on the board as well as reset all of the connectors that plug into the board. Otherwise, your best bet is to call a Kyocera service technician.
The files called 2000sys.zip & 2000_eng.zip I beleive, if that helps. I bet after you have updated the firmware, you will find the serial number absent from status page, muz get corrupted when the engine firmware chucks the 150 error, Just thought I'd say although is not norm a problem
Oh, It only ever does the 150 once, never if firmware is updated.
I couldn't see a 159 error in the 2000d service manual, but I know 150 errors . They need to have their firmware updated, should be under warranty, their is a kyocera service bulliton on this issue so all agents can do your repair. It is just a matter of downloading firmware from kyocera. unzipping it to a mem stick or CF card and powering on your printer with it inserted, firmware then self installs.
The bits after the 159:is just page counter. Post Email if you want me to send you zippped firmware to suit.