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Posted · Something weird with my printer

In last print job Ultimaker 2+ has shut down after 75% of printing, second time has stopped but with nozzle heated and last time after 1 hour again printer has shut down after 1 hour of printing.

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Posted · Something weird with my printer

Not an expert but I would guess some issue with the power supply or heater/pt100 sensor.

 

Can you try with another power supply? (Do you have more than one UM2 or can borrow one?)

 

For the heater and the PT100 temperature sensor you can check if they are ok by measuring there resistance with an ohm. Meter. The PT100 should be about 108 ohm at room temp, the heater I’m not sure but can check later if needed. And if you do the above you need to disconnect them from the main board, also check if the connectors are tight, if not this is probably already the issue...

 

 

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Posted · Something weird with my printer
1 minute ago, ultiarjan said:

Not an expert but I would guess some issue with the power supply or heater/pt100 sensor.

 

Can you try with another power supply? (Do you have more than one UM2 or can borrow one?)

 

For the heater and the PT100 temperature sensor you can check if they are ok by measuring there resistance with an ohm. Meter. The PT100 should be about 108 ohm at room temp, the heater I’m not sure but can check later if needed. And if you do the above you need to disconnect them from the main board, also check if the connectors are tight, if not this is probably already the issue...

 

 

Thanks for advise....unfortunately i cannot open/demount because is still under warranty.  Already i call the dealership. 

 

The only thing what i can do i will try different model to print. i tried 3rd times on same model and was stopped in same X/Y but different Z.

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