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Max Temp Error with 3D solex Hard Core [solved]

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If the originals PrintCores are working, and the ones from 3D Solex aren't, it seems to be a problem with the 3D Solex cores.

If you use a meter to measure the resistance of the PT100 should be slightly above 100Ohm (100Ohm @ 0 degrees C). The pins to measure are the 2 right pins on the print core.

A value of infinite will cause the problem with the MAX_TEMP_ERROR, and might be just because of a broken cable.

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