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reparation plateau chauffant UM2

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apres 3 ans de bons et loyaux services, et des km de filaments avalé, le plateau chauffant vient de rendre l'ame

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ou qui me donne ce defaut

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dans l'ignorance je demonte tout, fait des tests , j'identifie le souci, le plateau hs,

je regarde le tarif du plateau chez ultimaker et là je verse une larme

et je tombe sur ce post qui est exectement mon probleme

https://ultimaker.com/en/community/9383-error-stopped-temp-sensor-solved

https://ultimaker.com/en/community/7779-whats-wrong-with-my-heated-bed-um2?do=findComment&comment=76556

en fait la resistance est hs ou en est pas loin

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et la solution est là

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mes resistances sont en commande, suite au prochain episode

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