Hi, I have a Kyocera FS1030D that won't print. The lights on the top are flashing Top + Bottom, then Top + Top Middle + Bottom. Can anyone tell me what this means or where I can find out what this means? Thanks, Dave
You need to empty the excess toner reservoir in the front of the process unit.
Front as in the other end to where you put in a new toner.
All you have to do is open the side panel and empty all the toner out.
That should fix your problem.
Sorry to give you all the instructions like this but people still open up the toner end and have a lot of fun putting it back together.
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Enter the printer's Configuration Menu. To do this:
Turn off the printer.
Open the front cover
Press and hold the Continue () button.
With the front cover open and the Continue button pressed down, power on the printer.
Hold the Continue button until all the lights cycle.
When just the Error light (!) is
displayed, close the front cover. The top four lights of the operator
panel should come on, indicating that the printer is in configuration
Print the Configuration Settings page. To do this:
Press and hold the Continue () button until all of the lights flash. This page lists the functions within the Configuration Menu.
The functions are the non·indented items listed along the left edge of
the page (along the bottom as printed from printer). They are also
Save this page for possible later use.
Reset the photoconductor page count as follows:
Press and release the Cancel button () to move sequentially from one menu item to another. NOTE: If you get lost, you can press and hold the Cancel button to jump to home state (top four lights on).
Press and release the Cancel button until the Toner Low () light is the only light left on.
Press and hold the Continue button until all of the lights flash.
Then release the button. When the Toner Low light is once again the only light left on, the photoconductor page count should be reset to zero.
Return the printer to normal mode. To do this:
Power it off for five seconds and then turn it back on.
Print a menu settings page. To do this:
When the Ready () light is on, press the Continue button once. The Ready light will begin flashing and one or two pages will print out.
Check the photoconductor reading on the menu settings page. To do this:
Look for a section labeled Cartridge Information and locate the word Photoconductor under that heading.
Confirm that the photoconductor level reading is OK or close to 100%.
If the photoconductor reading is low, try printing 10 - 20 pages.
Print the menu settings page(s) again. Confirm that the photoconductor level reading is OK or close to 100%.
If the photoconductor reading is still low, refer to the Configuration Settings page you printed in Step 2.
Confirm that Reset Photoconductor Counter is listed on the page. Also confirm that the light sequence for the photoconductor counter is the Toner Low light.
If the light sequence is correct, try repeating this
entire procedure again from the beginning to reset the counter once
If a different light sequence is listed for the
photoconductor counter, repeat the procedure but this time, instead of
stopping at the Toner Low light (Step 3.2), press the Cancel button until the operator panel shows the light sequence that corresponds to the one listed on the Configuration Settings page. Continue with the remainder of the procedure as before to reset the counter again.
If the photoconductor reading is still low after
the page reset procedure has been performed twice, the printer may
try a different driver pc5 pcl 6 and kyocera own kpdl or kx or even a mini driver here is the link http://www.kyocerasupport.co.uk/index/download_center.false.driver.FS1030D._.EN.html if all fails u might need to upgrade firmware on the printer
Fuser error (6000 error)
Contact your Kyocera Mita dealer.
Unfortunatly there is not much You could do Yourself
This error means that the fuser is either damaged or not connected properly to the rest of the printer. If its connection error You could try to fix it but in most cacses the fuser is just broken ie. overheated due to not enough air flow.
If a paper jam occurs while printing, the printer notifies it by the following combination of the four indicators. Remove the
jammed paper . After removal, open and close the top cover once to initialize the jam sensing
The flashing of the LEDs you describe indicates a error. If you call the Kyocera Help Desk they can tell you what the error is based on the order and color of the LEDs. They can be reached at 800-255-6482.