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Could be a tab or spring broken off of the feed tray, dirty feed roller can cause that error when paper doesn't feed. Paper guide too tight so that paper can't lift to the feed roller also a possibility. Sensor above paper stack out of position.. many possibilities.
6B00 is a paper feed position error, the paper feed is not returning to the home position, or the encoder wheel was damaged. You can try to manually turn that large roller, and then power up again, but if it doesn't help you'll need a shop repair.
I had the same problem, then found these instructions for cleaning the feed roller:
I used the paper towel method and it's working fine now with no issues.
Fix as promised... totally stripped the machine down today and a cleaned the Cam on the lifting gear and it works a treat now. To do this involves taking a lot of screws out inc the top opener, both sides and the front exit paper feed (three screws and two spindle holders).
I had to fix similar if not the same problem in the office today. After you load paper, the paper holder steel plank should pop up. In my case it didn't, the result was what you have described. To solve, before you close (push in) paper tray, on the lower right side of the paper tray there is a little plastic button, push it up from the buttom. This will pop up the steel plank on which paper rests, then close tray.