Question about Kyocera Office Equipment & Supplies
Please tell me how to get into service mode with kyocera copier
It Kyocera to go in service mode is press 1,0,8,7 again 1,0,8,7.simple like this.
Posted on Jan 24, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Kyocera 1810 drum replacement
If you have some mechanical skills and a steady hand you can change the drum. However it worth the money to pay a "pro"to do it. Also you may want to replace the cleaning blade too.
1. Open the front cover - where the toner is.
2. Remove the black cover - 2 screws
3. Remove a little stopper at the bottom of the drum unit + 1 screw
4. Disconnect the drum unit cable.
5. Take off 2 screws which secure the Drum Unit.
6. On top of the Drum unit you should see 2 white plastic stoppers - front and back side ends - You have to push them inside to keep the cleanng blade away from the drum.
7. Remove the MCH assembley - 1 screw.
8. Remove the front separation claws + plate - 2 screws.
9. Remove the Drum Shaft
10. Replace the Drum
There are few details about how to manipulate a Drum - Do not touch the surface, do not expose it to intense light...
Posted on Jan 12, 2009
SOURCE: KYOCERA KM-1820 COPIER
follw these steps, it should work
turn off copier.
open top toner cover.
turn copier back on.
when you see message "close top cover" press "system menu" button.
scroll up to "service setting" then press the # button, green "start" button and the "enter" button all at the same time.
then scroll down to "maint mode"
then enter 163
press" enter "
turn off copier then turn back on
close toner cover
you should be back in business
Posted on Jun 12, 2008
This C6000 error code is triggered by a few things all having to do with the fixing heater wire. Ask your technician to check the thermistor, the thermal cutout and the connection between the thermistor and the power supply board. My guess would be that the power surge overloaded the power supply board. This is not something that can be reset and may require new parts.
The manuals that describe the error codes are only available to Kyocera technicians, sorry.
Posted on May 26, 2009
the above is incorrect, Kyocera made a mistake by having a thermistor that physically touches the upper heat roller/belt.. it has worn the roller to a point where it throws up the error.. you will have to install a new fixing unit.
I have done over 25 warranty replacements regarding the 4050/5050/2525 etc.
Posted on Oct 16, 2009
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