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it first detects that no paper in the selected paper supply and it cause an error to your computer memory and printer memory so you must reset the job to clear the error on its memory to the two units.
Fuser error (6000 error)
Contact your Kyocera Mita dealer.
Unfortunatly there is not much You could do Yourself
This error means that the fuser is either damaged or not connected properly to the rest of the printer. If its connection error You could try to fix it but in most cacses the fuser is just broken ie. overheated due to not enough air flow.
If the printer doesn't react when you send a print job to it (either prints, or displays an error code on the display) and just sits there doing nothing, it generally means the print job didn't get to the printer. Check your communication settings. The printer comm settings must match the settings in your software. The default comm settings on the printer are:
Baud : 9600
word length: 8
stop bits: 1
flow control: dtr
I thought my printer died on me, but it turned out it was a simple paper jam. The whole printer just locked up because of a paper jam! All I had to do was open the top compartment, remove the toner and get rid of the paper jam
I just solved my similar problem- switch off printer, open front door, hold down go (blue) button. Now switch on, holding the go button for about 10 seconds then closing the door.This left the lights all off, green light only when pressing go. Switch off then on, it worked! hopefully this helps someone else. Ross
I had the same issue with my Lexmark X1290, I solved it by opening up the device, so the ink cartridges should pop, they didn't so I pressed the power button to switch it off, and then switched it back on (with the device open!) and all the paper flowed out, the flashing stopped and it could print again. Good Luck!