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How do I fix an error code C610 on my kyocera km1530 copia?

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You can disconnect the negative terminal on your battery for 30 seconds that will clear your error codes for you....Good Luck.....

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Kyocera Mita c610 error


C0610 Bitmap (DIMM) problem
There is a problem with the data or
address bus of the bitmap DRAM.
Defective main
PWB.
Replace the main PWB and check for correct
operation.
DIMM installed
incorrectly.
Check if the DIMM is inserted into the socket
on the main PWB correctly.
Defective DIMM. Replace the DIMM and check for correct
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Dec 15, 2014 | Kyocera Office Equipment & Supplies

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Call for Service ...... C710


Hi there
I have found various documents which may help you with this problem and possible future problems. This page:
Error Codes Kyocera Mita KM1530 Code C710
can find any code connected with Kyocera mita machines by changing the machine and the error code in the appropriate drop down menus. C710 is identified as:
Description Toner sensor problem
• The sensor output voltage is outside the range of 0.5 to 4.5 V during toner control.
• The toner sensor control voltage cannot be set within the setting range when maintenance item U130 is run. Causes Defective toner sensor. Poor contact of the toner sensor connector terminals. Developer problem.
Another page showing error codes and their meanings is here;
Kyocera Mita Error Code Messages
and this confirms the above.
Also the link below takes you to a Kyocera web page where you can download various manuals for this machine (KM-1530). By changing the product in the drop down menu to KN-2030 you can get similar manuals for this machine.
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In your question you mention "Compatible KP23153 Black Toner Cartridge 106153" and that led me to wonder if the compatible cartridge is the cause of your C710 error since that is toner related.
Might be worth trying an original cartridge to see if the error goes away.
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Km 1530 displaying ap on screen


Please click here to download the technical guide and user manual.


http://www.kyoceramita.eu/index/service/dlc.false.driver.KM1530._.EN.html#

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MITA copier DC-2360, error code C610, fuser replaced. How to reset the error ?


IF you have corrected the problem that caused the C610 (broken fixing heater wire), then the error is cleared by turning the machine power switch off then back on.

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Kyocera KM1530 photocopier. What does C610 mean? It is comin gup on the display when we turn our machine on.


C610 = Fusing Unit Heat failure. The fusing unit is the part that gets hot and "fuses" the toner onto the paper. The C610 code means that the fuser is not heating up as it should. The 2 most common causes are thermal fuse failure or thermister failure. The thermal fuse will keep the heater lamp from coming on while the thermister failure would cause the machine to not "see" the temperature rising as thus shut down the machine. Either way you will need a service company to come out and diagnose/repair the machine. You must also use the factory service mode to reset the fuser failure code.
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Hello Sir,
I would like to ask you that I have a kyocera mita copier KM1505 and displays the code error like C610,So try to help me in order to resolve or fixe that problem.
Thanks
Pascal NIYONSENGA
Rwanda-KIGALI

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