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Posted (edited) · Max Temp Error with 3D solex Hard Core [solved]

Hey Guys,

Just bought my first Hard core from 3D Solex, but when I install it in my UM3E , I get the Max temp error every time.

I've tried, the normal method to change cores, and I've tried doing it when the printer was off. None worked....

HELP?

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

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

    That's weird then. The only one thing I can think of right now is cleaning the pads with a little bit of alcohol because of grease or other stuff preventing the pads from making a good contact.

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

    Found out! There was a short circuit between the PT100 Contacts and the small connector (some solder) that is present on Solex only. I don't know why they put this connector but, they had to put the wire too close to each other... not a good design (layout speaking). Anyway, it's working now. :)

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

    Glad you found it.

    I'd advise you to give this feedback to Solex as well!

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