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Fuser heater break
The temperature does not reach 70 °C/ 158°F in 15 s before secondary stabilization.
Temperature rise of 1°C/1.8°F does not occur in 5 s before secondary stabilization (except during printing).
Poor contact in the fuser thermistor connector terminals.
Fuser thermistor installed incorrectly.
Fuser thermostat triggered.
Fuser heater installed incorrectly.
Broken fuser heater wire.
Error Codes Kyocera Mita TASKalfa 180 Code C6000
The error code(C6000) Maybe the broken fixing heater wire. In fixing warm-up, the time to reach 50 degree(C)/122 F exceeds 10s, the time to reach the primary stabilization exceeds 10s or the time to reach secondary stabilization exceeds 24s. Or the Fixing heater M or s installed incorrectly. Check and re-install if necessary or replace the fixing heater M or S
Hello sir; Just follow my instruction, I will help you to get rid off the error code; With front door open press10871087 then enter 163 press "start" key, final press " stop/clear " key to get out reset procedure.
Error C6000 is displayed when your machine fails to reach the correct temparature at a specific time.
This is a Fuser Unit Problem, try to reset it by--
First open top cover then turn on power. press system menu/counter arrow down to service press and hold start, # then enter keys arrow down to maintenance press enter arrow down to Sim 163 press enter select execute press enter turn off power then back on
If the reset doesn't work then get your unit checked for fuser unit and fuser unit heat issues.
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Your problem is heat related, or the lack of heating at least. one of 2 things went wrong here... either the fuser unit overheated causing the thermal fuse (aka the thermostat) to blow, or the heating lamp in the fuser unit is blown. Basically the 6000 code is displayed when your machine fails to reach the correct temparature at a specific time. Unfortunately you will have to call a service person to check which to of the mentioned components are at fault and to replace that component for you. After replacing, the component the code will still be displayed as a safety measure, so the service representative will need to clear the code via the machine's service mode