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Posted (edited) · Trapezoidal Lead Nut / assemblage

Hi fellows!

 

I decided to make some maintenance in my 5yo UM2(+) and I take it off the Z-rod for a better cleaning... but I suppose that I miss something when I was reasembling and this Trapezoidal Lead Nut is now out of place 😕 (Check photo). It also gives me an ER06 error... but Z swith looks in place and wires either. The bed is moving freely I suppose that this is the reason. 

 

Should I dissasemble the back cover? Or can I deal with it just trying to hit the screw in place (not easy by the way). 

 

Any help would be appreciated. That's my only printer by now so I'm temporary out of work. Cheers!

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Posted · Trapezoidal Lead Nut / assemblage

Solved. I removed the Z-rod and put those 4 into the Trapezoidal Nut ... it was easier than I thought, because the nut has a round inlet that locks into place ... I just twisted it to align the holes.

 

I just started a new print and ER06 did not show up any more.

 

I hope it helps someone because I haven't found any information about it in the UM forum.

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