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Posted · Bildplate temperature

Hello Community,

When the printer starts, the temperature of the bildplate goes slowly from 60 to 20, what can I do about it ?

I installed the last firmware, the printer is an ultimaker original +.

I hope someone has a solution, thank you,

greeting ruud

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Posted · Bildplate temperature

Did you upgrade it to a plus yourself? It sounds like a problem with the power supply not being able to deliver enough power. Do you have a multimeter to maybe test this?

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Posted · Bildplate temperature

No, I assembled the printer years ago as a build package, and so far had no problem with the bildplate. It seems that when the printing starts, the plate heating goes out.

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Posted · Bildplate temperature

Maybe you could upload the gcode. There are a lot of magicians here that could check if it gets turned off due to the code.

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Posted · Bildplate temperature

I've tried it with others, but now the bildplate doesn't warm up at all anymore, so it's not the G-Code

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Posted · Bildplate temperature

I heard that the connectors at the back of the build plate are kinda weak. Could you look if these are still attached correctly?

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Posted · Bildplate temperature

I looked at the connection on the plate itself, and the plug on the motherboard. Everything looked good, maybe the heating element is broken, can you test that?

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