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Posted · Manual bed moving

Hallo,

I'm having some problems with the printer and have to replace the pt100. Can I move the bed manually to get access to the screws under it?

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Posted · Manual bed moving

With the power off you can turn the bed screw to make it rise with no problems.

Or you can go to maintenance menu-> Raise buildplate then turn off the printer to work on it (assuming you can still access to the printer menus).

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Posted · Manual bed moving

Thanks. That's the problem I can't access to the menu because of the pt100 error. So I can turn the threaded rod?

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Posted (edited) · Manual bed moving

See page 28 (upper right corner) in this document.

It's for a heated bed upgrade for the UMO. As the UM2 has the same bed it works there as well...

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