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the board of my original (w/o plus) was toasted yesterday in the evening. I have a ultimaker original plus board here. is it possible to use the new board on the original (w/o plus) incl. my heated bed ?

I thought about the thermosensor board which is attached on the original and dissapeared on the plus....

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The only missingparts would be

UMO+ differences

- 24V fan for print head, yours is 12V

- PT100 instead of thermistor+amplifier (same size should fit on the aluminum heater block)

- No fan on board

- Different outputs (you will need to cut a bit the wood frame and drill holes for the board screws.

I think that's all?

Edit. Yeah the heater umo is 18V. That shouldn't be a problem but will need some PID adjustment.

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