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Kyocer FS2000D hasjust been cleaned (dusted) inside and now am getting service code 7410:0150815 Any suggestions?

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The drum could be problem - not inserted correctly or contact problem. If I'm not mistakened the numbers after the colon is the page count when the problem is detected.

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