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Bonjour a tous,

Je débute dans l'impression 3d, j ai donc construit un genre de Ultimaker LOL, avec une carte original 2.1.4.

Alors comme je ne dispose pas encore de l''alimentation d'origine, j ai brancher un transfo DC24V-6, l'hors du branchement la diode c,est mise a clignoter, j ai fait la bêtise d'actionner l’interrupteur et la ,PAF j ai entendu un claquement et de la fumée.

J ai directement débranchez , le problème viens des 2 composants gris (100 35V RVT) rond qui ce trouve juste a derrière la connexion d alim.

Je suis vraiment triste de ce qui est arriver.

J ai lu sur un autre poste qu un membre reparrais ce genre de chose, enfin j espere...

Pensez vous qu il existe une solution ?

Je remercie d'avance toute la communauté et espère bientôt en faire aussi partie, enfin quand mon imprimante fonctionnera lol

Merci,

Bruno

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