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bonjour, ce jour, je lance une "grosse" impression (25 heure environ...

et là, c'est le drame. Ma bécane U2 Extended s'arrête avec une erreur type ERO3...

Je check sur le site et ben... tout à l'air bon, on à fait les dernières mise à jour du firmware, pas de souci particulier sauf que... impossible de sortir du message d'erreur... la machine semble bloquée !

Je fais quoi ?

Merci...

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Salut,

En effet cette erreur ne semble pas répertoriée. Je penche pour un bug de l'affichage en prime...

ça le fait immédiatement au démarrage ? ton print de 25h as eu le temps de commencer avant le bug ?

Tu devrais checker les connectiques sur la carte mère et éventuellement permuter les deux sondes de t° pour voir si l'erreur est différente. ( je vois que tu as eu des pb de heater error il y'a quelques mois)

Est-ce que tu as une petite led verte qui s'allume sur la carte mère à la mise sous tension ?

Ton imprimante à beaucoup d'heure de print ? elle est encore sous garantie ?

Essai d'envoyer des commandes de déplacement en connectant ton imprimante en USB est en utilisant proterface par exemple.

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