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  1. 1) Controller? You mean power brick? The black thing? Or did you remove the bottom cover?

    2) Was the display black?

    3) Please update your country in your location settings, thanks.

    If the printer won't print but the display is lit up just fine then there may be a simple fix. If the blinking red is on the brick then there also may be a simple fix.

    I've had problems with my Ultimaker power bricks that was fixed by leaving it unplugged for a long time (like a day). It should be blue solid when working.

     

    By the controller I meant the button. It was blinking red, at least not anymore!! The display was off. As for the power brick I left it unplugged for half a day. The light on the power brick is solid blue. Nothing is blinking at the bottom of the printer.

     

  2. I am also using black um abs. I print at 250. I had 1 clog when I switched from pla to abs. Cleaned the heater/nozzle and it was fine again.

     

    Thanks I guess it needed a little bit cleaning. I disassembled the head cleaned the burnt plastic. Worked fine again.

     

  3. I left my UM2 printing. Came back 10 mins later to find it dead like it was powered off only the controller blinking red. Tried clicking the power button, and disconnecting it from electricity but didn't turn back on.

    It won't connect to the computer, won't do anything. It's dead.

    Please help ASAP!!

    Thanks

     

  4. What is the diameter of that filament? What temperature are you using?

     

     

    I had issues with some china ABS. the diameter was not constant and was causing a lot of friction in the bowden tube. If the filament get grind by the feeder you may have a similar problem. I have resolved my issue by changing to Orbi-tech ABS filament.

     

    Thank you both for replying. I am using the Ultimaker Black ABS, and extruding at 260 c.

     

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