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UM2 front push button not working

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Hi,

I just wonder if anybody had similar problem with UM2: Basically, the front push button on my Ultimaker2 suddenly became unresponsive (no beep sound either). Rotate button seems to work fine --- I can toggle "Print", "Material", "Maintenance", but can't proceed because of push button....

I have turned on and off UM2, but doesn't make any difference.

Anybody knows how to fix by any chance?

Cheers,

So

 

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This problem was discussed along with the solution on this forum. It involved I think removing the knob and/or putting it back on. I would start by removing the smaller cover underneath the printer. The problem was mechanical - that's all I remember. I think Daid posted the answer. You could use google on this forum maybe and search for "ultimaker2 daid knob".

 

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This problem was discussed along with the solution on this forum.  It involved I think removing the knob and/or putting it back on.  I would start by removing the smaller cover underneath the printer.  The problem was mechanical - that's all I remember.  I think Daid posted the answer.  You could use google on this forum maybe and search for "ultimaker2 daid knob".

 

Any chance we could get a link to this fix. I've got this problem at the moment on an Ultimaker 2 and most frustrating. I can't find anything from Daid in this area...thanks

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