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Hey Pedro,

what do you mean with "crashed". Was the fan turned off during the print? If yes - are both side fans off? The UM2 head has 3 fans. Two big ones to each side and a small one at the back of the head which is always on when the nozzle/filament is hot.

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Do they work if you go in the tune menu while printing (fan speed)

Or in maintenance -> set fan speed

In cura you can set when they need to start blowing, maybe also check that! (assuming they work from the printer menu)

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