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Heated Bed Problem

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We have an UM2E and it is giving us a Bed Temp Error.

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I think that is the problem.

Is there any chance it is just the wire and the heated bed is still fine? The replacement wire is only $20, but the wire and bed together are $200.

Also, fbrc8 is out of stock of the cables. Is there anyplace else to get these in the States?

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