Question about Kyocera FS-1135MFP Copier require feeder
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: ERROR CODE 7410:0004729
Hi, switch off printer ,just open cover(door) on the left side of the machine and push Drum Unit in machine(to proper seat)
You have to hear "click" sound.Switch on printer.
Posted on Mar 19, 2008
SOURCE: WE HAVE A KYOCERA FS-1900
You may have a problem here. The early Kyocera printer had a problem with the developer unit. You can try and clean the developer unit but be careful. First you will need a can of air. The kind you use to dust off your keyboard and such. Then you should have a oil-less dust towel like a Stretch and Dust. First LIGHTLY dust the excess toner off the developer unit. I MEAN LIGHTLY. If you spray the air full blast in to the developer unit you will not only make a huge mess but you may also roll back a mylar in the unit making it worthless. Just lightly pull back the trigger on the canned air until you get a slight amount of air flow. Just enough to blow away the top layer of toner. Then using the stretch and dust wipe off the rest of the toner it should be in the same shape as the tracks on your document. Do Not Touch the metal roller with your hands, the oils on your fingers are enough to make the problem worse. Be careful if you roll the developing unit, make sure you are not pulling the toner out of the unit. If you are you are rolling it the wrong way. Some will only go one way. If after you clean the entire roller and the problem comes back, try cleaning it again. If it still persists then you may need a new developer unit and possibly a drum unit. Get in touch with your nearest Kyocera dealer for part pricing.
Posted on May 29, 2008
SOURCE: CLEANING A KYOCERA FS-2000D
Follow the page http://www.fixya.com/support/t1336338-kyocera_fs2000_thin_black_vertical_line
Basically, you remove the cartridge and developer all at once, then remove the waste toner bottle, then push the grey tab in to release the drum cartridge (be very, very careful in removing and putting back in. Any scratches on the drum and you will enjoy black spots permanently on printouts).
On the right side of the grey charger section is a tab you can use to release it. Do this, then put the drum away in a light tight back to prevent damage to it.
The reason why this Kyocera printer doesn't have the primary charger wire cleaner is because it did away with it. It now charges via a black fuzzy looking roller on top which is like the secondary corona charger wire, which then applies it to a roller, which then applies it to the drum. I think this is nice since it should prevent printer quality problems better since there is nowhere for oxidation to really collect. But, OTOH, it does happen anyhow.
I cleaned mine off and the streaks disappeared. I used a non amonia based cleaner to help, since I didn't find any dust on it to begin with. Whatever you choose, do not get your fingers on it, or it will put oil onto the rollers and that will make it worse.
Worked for me.
Posted on May 25, 2009
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