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C0610 Bitmap (DIMM) problem
There is a problem with the data or
address bus of the bitmap DRAM.
Replace the main PWB and check for correct
Check if the DIMM is inserted into the socket
on the main PWB correctly.
Defective DIMM. Replace the DIMM and check for correct
Posted on Jan 08, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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
SOURCE: kyocera mita j11 error code
On most Kyocera Mita copiers a J-11 code indicates a possible paper jam when paper is being fed from drawer #1, but sometimes a J-11 will be indicated when the paper fails to feed from the drawer. Check the paper stops and paper guides in the drawer and make sure that they are flush against the paper, also cleaning the paper feed and pick-up rollers with a rag dampened with just plain water will help sometimes unless the rollers are completely worn out. If all this doesn't help you may have a paper feed clutch or lift motor that has failed.
Posted on Sep 18, 2009
check the rectangular **** glas and table for any white out or particles... clean thoroughly... make copies... clean again... make copies... if same issue... then replace drum... but in most cases its the optics... which I advised you to clean thats causing the issue... if the issue occurs when you print an internal report then its definitely drum... if reports are clear... there is something on the glass... or on the part above it... even a little bit of black toner or ink or whiteout anywhere out there can cause a line
Posted on Dec 23, 2009
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