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Original+ bead-heating stopped working

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Hi guys,

I haven't printed for some weeks, but last time I did, it worked just fine.

However, today when I start up my Ultimaker Original+, the bedheating doesn't work anymore!

I tried different ways: normal print, preheat bed from menue, preheat PLA etc. NO succsess.

I do not get any error message at the blue screen. The temperature just won't rise and the bed stay's cool.

Any ideas, please!!!

Regards Uwe

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Check the bed wires

If they look fine and fully plug then check the board heater cables. Make photos so we can debug too.

 

Sorry for answering late! I've been offline the whole weekend.

Yes, it seems to have been a cable problem. Though I didn't really find a fault, after I checked all cable and pushed and pressed everywere. Suddenly it was OK again.

Thanks for helping!

Regards Uwe

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