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problem with my amplifier circuit board.

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Hey Guys!!

I got Ultimaker Original an year ago.

It was doing very well and giving me the prints in PLA like no other printer!

Well, now I got a little problem with my amplifier circuit board.

Here are the pictures:

Picture 1:

Link : Picture 1

Picture 2 :

Link : Picture 2

So, practically, I won't be able to keep pressing it in middle of a print.

So is there any solution to make this workable like solder it or something like that?

or do I have to order the new one?

Please help!




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Can't see well enough but it looks like that the connector is ripped of the board.Is the connector a leaded component or a surface mount component? (can't check it since I am not at home). If it is surface mount it will be easier to solder the wires directly to the board. If it is a leaded component then replace the connector.


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