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Temperature E0 drops to 0 after few hours of printing Anycubic i3 Mega

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Posted (edited) · Temperature E0 drops to 0 after few hours of printing Anycubic i3 Mega

Hello,

 

after a few hours of printing the targeted temperature E0 drops from 200°C to 0 AND the bed temperature drops to 0 too (with an error message). After 30 hours of printing my print failed and I couldn't resume the printing again. My fans are working fine. What could be the cause?

 

UPDATE: New power supply arrived. I installed it (+ new silent fan, the original is very very loud) and i started a new print. 30 min printing and looks fine. Will update again the next day!

 

UPDATE 2: I think the new power supply did the trick. After a 33 hours print everything was printed fine without interruptions of any kind (like hotend or heat bed temp drop). I guess there was either some high peak voltages sometimes that killed my original power supply. Now I'm using a multi socket with an inbuild overvoltage protection.

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Posted · Temperature E0 drops to 0 after few hours of printing Anycubic i3 Mega

Sounds like a hardware failure or problem.
But you will probably get more help in an appropriate Anycubic forum.

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Posted · Temperature E0 drops to 0 after few hours of printing Anycubic i3 Mega

Someone uploaded the same problem described here

 

power supply was defect/dead. I ordered a new PS now and hope it will solve this problem.

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Posted · Temperature E0 drops to 0 after few hours of printing Anycubic i3 Mega

Yeah, that could be the power supply, too.
Please give us some feedback if it fixed your problem.

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Posted · Temperature E0 drops to 0 after few hours of printing Anycubic i3 Mega

New PS should arrive tomorrow. Will install it and after 1 or 2 days of printing i will give feedback if it did the trick!

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