Prime Factor Sum

An integer's PFS (prime factor sum) is the
sum of its prime factors. For example the prime factors of 10 are 2 and
5, and thus PFS(10) equals 2 + 5 = 7. Some integers are multiples of their own PFS (ignoring the trivial case of primes). For example, PFS(10647) = 39, and 10647 divides by 39 exactly 273 times. Find all non-prime integers which are multiples of their own PFS between 10000 and 11000. |

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