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Kyocera FS6525 printer - F245 Error

Kyocera FS6525 printer - F245 Error

Kyocera FS6525 printer - F245 Error

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Hi,

We have four (4) Kyocera FS6525 printers. These are network printers and we use them both as printers and as scanners.

One of them already has two PC's added in the address book (for scanning). Now I try to add a new entry, and all goes well, until I try to save it into address book.

I use this path to add a new entry in the address book for scanning: Folder->SMB->Search Folder by host name (etc.)
The same problem occurs when I try to add the new entry by browser, via printer's IP.

Can anyone give me some advice, please?

Update
I deleted one of the existing entries, and the printer show the infamous F245 error when I start the printer.
In other words, the device is totally blocked.

Respectfully,
Vilhelm-Ion Praisach
Resita, Romania

http://praisachion.blogspot.com/

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