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Original+ PT100 B sensor cable too short

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Hi, I am building an Original+ and I have a problem with this step:  https://ultimaker.com/en/resources/20915-mounting-main-board.

The PT100 B Sensor cable coming from the print head is too short to be plugged into the mainboard.

The sensor cable is 40cm shorter than the white heater cartridge cables, I think the cable is around 110cm and at least 25cm are missing to reach its connector.

Is this a known problem (I didn't find anything on the forum) ?

I can make some welding to lengthen the cable but I prefer to ask before.

Thanks in advance.

ben

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I would go with the soldering route but you can contact your reseller and get the correct part.  Insist that the reseller measures the length of the cable before shipping it to you.  They come in many sizes and maybe you got one for the um2go.

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