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Essai de faire monter la t° puis le menu de maintenance.

si toujours rien vérifie la connectique sur le bornier à 4broches qui est sous le plateau chauffant. il faut s'assurer que les vis sont bien serrée et que les broches du bornier soit bien soudées

Si toujours rien vérifie que les fils sont bien visés sur le connecteur de la carte mère.

tu as un multimètre ?

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Tu l'as achetée chez qui ?

Je serais toi je ferais un rapide test en enlevant le capot et en mesurant l'impédance du plateau chauffant. tu devrais avoir moins de 2 Ohms.

essai aussi de tirer très légèrement sur les fils coté plateau chauffant pour voir s'ils sont bien visés dans le bornier

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