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"ERROR - STOPPED Temp sensor BED" - Ultimaker 2

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So, the "ERROR - STOPPED Temp sensor BED" happened to me. I have tried all the waiting, cooling down, rebooting, magic wishing I can and I have started googeling instead.

It seems like there can be a lot of reasons, so I have started with the bed. First I checked for loose connections and next I re-soldered the screw terminal - that didn't help much. Before I take the printer more apart, I want to confirm that the bed is healthy and I plan to to that by measuring the electical resistance of the bed while it is disconnected.

My question is there fore: What should the resistance of the heating element be and what should the resistenance of the sensor be on a healthy bed whgen disconnected?

Cheers,

Morten

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