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Bonjours je viens d'avoir une cr 10 hier le plateau marché très bien cependant maintenant la température marqué est de 60° mais en le touchant je me suis rendu compte qu'il avait une température ambiante. Quand je l'ai plus fait chauffé le plateau il ne chauffe pas s'il ne dépasse pas les 60° affiché sur l'écran. Savez vous d'où cela pourrait venir? La vidéo de ce qui apparait: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1tb93vvfRgcZ8nChTixwzeZTUHcjvYRxB/view?usp=sharing

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Bonjour Kylian,


Pas grand chose à voir sur ta vidéo... le mieux c'est d'aller sur un groupe pour la cr10, ici c'est plutôt pour Ultimaker.


Première chose à faire c'est de vérifier les connections à mon avis (plateau et carte). C'est probablement un problème de sonde 

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