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Kyocera FS9520DN Top Searches

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7810Description: Short-circuited external temperature thermistor • The input voltage is below 1.0 V.
8370Description: Booklet stitcher paddle motor problem
1110Description: Paper deck motor 2 of the paper feeder PF-75 problem • A motor over-current signal is detected continuously for 1 s or longer.
8480Description: Booklet stitcher broken punch power source wire problem
6020Description: Abnormally high fuser unit thermistor temperature • Fuser unit thermistor 1 detects temperature 250 °C/482 °F or higher. • Fuser unit thermistor 2 detects temperature 220 °C/428 °F or higher.

Kyocera FS9520DN Common Errors

The most common error codes.

Error
7810Description: Short-circuited external temperature thermistor • The input voltage is below 1.0 V.
8370Description: Booklet stitcher paddle motor problem
1110Description: Paper deck motor 2 of the paper feeder PF-75 problem • A motor over-current signal is detected continuously for 1 s or longer.
8480Description: Booklet stitcher broken punch power source wire problem
6020Description: Abnormally high fuser unit thermistor temperature • Fuser unit thermistor 1 detects temperature 250 °C/482 °F or higher. • Fuser unit thermistor 2 detects temperature 220 °C/428 °F or higher.
7810Description: Short-circuited external temperature thermistor • The input voltage is below 1.0 V.
8370Description: Booklet stitcher paddle motor problem
1110Description: Paper deck motor 2 of the paper feeder PF-75 problem • A motor over-current signal is detected continuously for 1 s or longer.
8480Description: Booklet stitcher broken punch power source wire problem
6020Description: Abnormally high fuser unit thermistor temperature • Fuser unit thermistor 1 detects temperature 250 °C/482 °F or higher. • Fuser unit thermistor 2 detects temperature 220 °C/428 °F or higher.