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Posted · Ultimaker 2 control board repair/getting new one

Hi,

I had problems with my Ultimaker 2 card reader. One little boy put a bit of plastics inside the reader, and his father didn't know that. The father put the card in, so the bit of plastics jammed inside the card reader. I got it away, but the reader was not working any more. So I tried to repair it, and released the main board. Unfortunately, wires connecting LCD screen were so weak, that three of the wires were cut :(, when I tried to view inside the card reader. I think I must get a new board, because the compomnents are jointed just on the surface of the board. Do enyone know where to buy a new board?

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Posted · Ultimaker 2 control board repair/getting new one

Just contact ultimaker support or the store you bought it. Ultimaker sells all parts so you should be fine. The replacement is not to difficult.

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