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LaurentG

Are the pieces the correct ones ?

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Hello,

First, sorry if my English is not perfect, I'm not native.

I just bought an Ultimaker Original +, and started to build it. No problem until the step 6.3, where I have to find two cables, the pieces L and M, said to be "PT100" and "heater cartridge", one with a square angle and the other with an aluminium sleeve.

I searched, and again, and again, but nothing is like the pictures shown, nor the ones I found on internet (a tuto on flickr very usefull).

The only two cables I found in the pack (and not already linked to a limit switch or a motor) were the two in the pic in this link.

http://imageshack.com/a/img661/5622/P53bdQ.jpg

They aren't the good ones, are they ?

Otherwise, I guess they are missing from the ship at the start...

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