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Posted · Power Cord loose fit

Hey,

i have a problem with my Ultimake 2+ the power cord has a rlly loose fit. One move and the power cord

falls down. I tried to push out the little nipples but it doesent help.

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Posted · Power Cord loose fit

The power cord is really tight going in to the printer. You have to push it really hard till it clicks.

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Posted (edited) · Power Cord loose fit

Can you post some photos? Maybe there's something wrong with it. Also another of the connector on the printer.

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Posted · Power Cord loose fit

This is a common problem. You aren't plugging it in all the way because the circuit board isn't centered in the hole. Loosen the 4 screws holding the circuit board - just loosen them a little - then you can plug the connector all the way on (it latches permanently and won't come off unless you slide the latch on the power cord). Then re-tighten the 4 screws that hold the circuit board in place.

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