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Eletric Wire of heated bed

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Hello Friends, this is my first topic, and i have a big problem, the Eletric wire of my heated bed has broken, and i don't know how to fix it or where buy other, please, could one help me?

My 3D printer is Ultimaker 2.

I will put some pictures of my problem.

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I cannot see it exactly, but it looks like that the connector is just broken off and the rest is intact. So if you can find someone with some soldering experience it should be easy to solder the connector again to the heat bed.

 

Otherwise, you should get the heated bed as a spare part at every Ultimaker reseller.

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On 11/30/2018 at 2:13 PM, Smithy said:

I cannot see it exactly, but it looks like that the connector is just broken off and the rest is intact. So if you can find someone with some soldering experience it should be easy to solder the connector again to the heat bed.

 

Otherwise, you should get the heated bed as a spare part at every Ultimaker reseller.

I will try solder the connnector, but the trail of copper was torn away, so i should use a jumper.. I am Brazilian, and here, in brazil it's very dificult to find a reseller of ultimaker.

 

Thanks for your help.

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