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Your FUSER memory must be reset by a Kyocera or Copystar Technician.

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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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