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This error means - Communication error - Communication between the engine board and the main board is failed. IF there are no loose connections then yo most likely have a bad main board which will need to be replaced.
i've been working on kyocera's for about 4 years. now..this error is not good..it's a general system failure..only solution is replacing main board.
contact me if you need a part #.. I can look it up for you
power down unit and power on... if same error get a surge protector or power conditioner... plug unit into it and then power down and power up... if same error replace the memory card in the unit... if same error replace memory board...
Solutions: 1. Switch the printer OFF; unplug the power cable; wait 20 seconds; plug in the power cable; switch the power ON, If the error comes back follow the next solutions: 2. Update / Burn the latest firmware version. You may need to call a Kyocera Service Provider because you need a CF card (compact flash memory card) and the FIRMWARE. 3. Replace the Engine PWB (a board) - again you have to call a Kyocera Service Provider.
This is a firmware problem. You will have to try and do a firmware
upgrade first, if this do not work your mainboard is damaged. The
firmware can be downloaded from kyocera's website where you will have
to unzip and copy it to a flash drive/memory card. Switch machine off
and insert card. Switch machine back on and wait for firmware to be
downloaded. Switch machine off and remove card, switch back on.
This is a mainboard problem. You will have to try and do a firmware upgrade first, if this do not work your mainboard is damaged. The firmware can be downloaded from kyocera's website where you will have to unzip and copy it to a flash drive/memory card. Switch machine off and insert card. Switch machine back on and wait for firmware to be downloaded. Switch machine off and remove card, switch back on.
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.