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Hi, the error code E6 on your Royal Sovereign RBC simply means that the stacker sensor is dirty or damaged.
The solution is that you should carefully dust the sensor, and if after dusting it the error E6 still appears, then the sensor will have to be replaced because it is damaged..

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