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How do I fix an error code C610 on my kyocera d-Copia 250MF?

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The error code C610 on a Kyocera d-Copia 250MF stops the device from functioning properly. Use the steps given below to fix the issue immediately.

1. Power up the printer and ensure that it is not offline.
2. Plug out the connected power cord from the device and allow it to rest for a while.
3. Re-insert the power cord and try operating the printer again.
4. Remove the connection from the negative terminal of the batter and wait for a minute.
5. Reconnect the connection and turn on the printer.
6. This will reset all the settings on your Kyocera D-Copia 250mf.
7. Choose the necessary settings and start using the printer again.

Posted on Dec 21, 2018

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

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

Posted on Mar 31, 2015

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