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After Sudden Power Shut, My 3d Printer does not accept print jobs


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Posted · After Sudden Power Shut, My 3d Printer does not accept print jobs

Hi,

We recently bought a 3d printer.

Today when we doing a print job suddenly power went off. the print was on half way & stopped so we clean the platform and removed the half print rasin.

When we tried to restart the print job, the machine does not do the print job.

How to sort out this & do print job.

Thnx,

Vinoth

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    Posted · After Sudden Power Shut, My 3d Printer does not accept print jobs

    Hi Vinoth,

    Welcome to our forums :)

    Sorry to hear you are having difficulties with your 3D Printer.

    First and most important question.. what type of 3D Printer do you have? :)

    You say you have removed rasin / resin.. so I am thinking you have a SLA-printer?

    Thank you.

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