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UM 2 ... first print..."sd card reading and then frozen"

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Hi all,

Today I got 2 UM, over month waiting. Great!!!

 

But I was quickly disappointed.

 

When I wanted to make a first printing UM after calibration, the system display the message "reading SD cards ..." and nothing.

I tried use another sd card, reinstall the firmware, save a new print file through Cura. I still get only message 'reading sd card" and nothing more.

 

Does anyone have the same problem?

 

Best

Pavel

 

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So, I tried to move with both cables, pull out from connector and get back agin. Still same problem...only message "Reading card". Oppps.

I do not like fold of the cable on the input exp1...look at pic.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/tzmoi98ffdax0bo/um2_sdcable.jpg

It is right that one of the cables (white, blue) is freely?

https://www.dropbox.com/s/ufvjc68l6q7ml9b/um2_sdcable2.JPG

 

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