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Posted · Flooded print core -> max temp error

Hello! A week ago, my S5 print core flooded. After a lot of work, I managed to clear out all of the plastic (with a few small drops excepted). But now, I keep getting the ER28 message - max temp error on the print core in print head slot 1. I have tried to remove the print head but cannot - I’m not sure if I’m just not pulling hard enough or if it’s jammed. The blue light is on for print head 2, but no light is on for print head 1. Any suggestions? Thanks in advance!



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    Posted · Flooded print core -> max temp error

    I just finished with your problem a few days ago on my S5, but with no error message....Clean up took hours

    .make sure the contacts on the core are clean propertly if you touched them


    Try another print core....


    I have not tried my flooded core yet it looks BAD



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