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Fans not working after Olsson block instal

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I have noticed my fans, the two side fans, on my UM2 have stopped working after I upgraded to the Olsson block. I of course checked CURA to make sure it should be spinning.

I checked the motherboard and everything looks fine underneath, I found that there was only one thing unplugged, a blue and white JST 2 pin plug.

Any ideas here? I couldn't find a picture of a correctly assembled one to cross reference.

Any ideas?

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I want to take a moment to congratulate Ultimaker on having the coolest marketing and the slickest aesthetic BUT also for using the absolute cheapest quality parts on their printers.

Thanks to the near vapor-gauge wire in the harness the fan power wire had literally just broke halfway through it. Meaning I had the privilege of taking everything apart and soldering it in the middle.

Thanks again!

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