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Can you tell me what service call 7002:0006904 on a Kyocera FS 5030N means? Thank you


7002 is the error code; 0006904 is the printer page count.


Error means-

Toner motor 2 overcurrent detection error (cyan toner)

• The engine controller PWB (A0004)

detected the overcurrent of toner
motor 2.

Possable causes-
1. Lump of toner inside cyan toner container or defectiveness of toner replenishment drive system.
Replace the cyan toner container.
2. Defective toner motor 2.
Replace the toner motor 2.
3. Defective engine controller PWB (A0004).
Replace the engine controller PWB (A0004).

Jan 05, 2011 | Kyocera FS1120D Laser Printer

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Kyocera FS 1020D


You might be out of toner.

Jul 22, 2009 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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Kyocera FS 1030D Flashing Lights


you are out of toner and you have a paperjam

Jun 16, 2009 | Kyocera Mita FS-1030D Laser Printer

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Kyocera fS-920KX. Not printing


There are actually some certain meaning on the red light and green light showing different information to user. The summaries are:
1) Green On, Red Off = Printer Ready.
2) Green Fast-Flashing, Red Fast-Flashing = Printer warm up.
3) Green Fast-Flashing, Red Off = Printer off-line.
4) Green Slow-Flashing, Red Off = Processing Data.
5) Green Off, Red On = Cover Opened, Toner Empty or Developer Unit / Drum unit missing.
6) Green Off, Red Fast-Flashing = Paper Jam or waiting for jam reset.
7) Green Off, Red Slow-Flashing = Paper Empty or Paper tray is not inserted.
8) Green Off, Red Off = Printer power is off.
9) Green Very-Slow-Flashing, Red Off = Printer in sleep mode.
10) Green (any condition above), Red Slow-Flashing = Toner low or paper empty.

So what is your printer condition? Better know what is going on your printer so can solve the problem

YBC (/\)

Jun 01, 2009 | Kyocera FS-920 Laser Printer

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Kyocera Ecosys FS 920


There are actually some certain meaning on the red light and green light showing different information to user. The summaries are:
1) Green On, Red Off = Printer Ready.
2) Green Fast-Flashing, Red Fast-Flashing = Printer warm up.
3) Green Fast-Flashing, Red Off = Printer off-line.
4) Green Slow-Flashing, Red Off = Processing Data.
5) Green Off, Red On = Cover Opened, Toner Empty or Developer Unit / Drum unit missing.
6) Green Off, Red Fast-Flashing = Paper Jam or waiting for jam reset.
7) Green Off, Red Slow-Flashing = Paper Empty or Paper tray is not inserted.
8) Green Off, Red Off = Printer power is off.
9) Green Very-Slow-Flashing, Red Off = Printer in sleep mode.
10) Green (any condition above), Red Slow-Flashing = Toner low or paper empty.

So what is your printer condition? Better know what is going on your printer so can solve the problem.

YBC (/\)

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Fs-1030


This is a Thermostate problem. You have to reset thermostate or replace the fuser unit your problem will resolve.

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Top 3 lights blinking on printer


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.

Aug 18, 2007 | Kyocera Mita FS-1030D Laser Printer

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