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Bonjour à tous,

J'ai retrouvé sur le plateau chauffant de mon UM 2+ un écrou carré de très petite taille provenant probablement de la tête d'impression.

J'ai cherché sur le plan d'où il pouvait bien venir mais je n'ai pas trouvé de réponse.

Quelqu'un aurait-il une idée ?

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D'avance merci pour vos réponses

Nico

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C'est un des écrous qui sert à monter la carcasse de l'imprimante.

Si tu l'as trouvé sur le plateau chauffant, regarde toutes tes vis en haut autour de l'imprimante....

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Me semble que tout les ecrous sont hexagonaux mais je peux me tromper j'ai jamais démonté les frames de l'um2

[Edit] Je dis une bétise ceux qui servent à la construction des frames sont comme ça. Il y en à 35 en tout. C'est possible que ca viennent du montage et que ça ne soit pas un qui soit tombé.

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