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Posted · problem with my amplifier circuit board.

 

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!

Cheers

Amit

 

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    Posted · problem with my amplifier circuit board.

    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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    Posted · problem with my amplifier circuit board.

    Replacing the board, or at least the terminal block would be the best way to go - but if you're careful, you should be able to just solder the wires from the thermocouple directly to the metal pins that are still sticking out of the board.

     

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    Posted · problem with my amplifier circuit board.

    I just checked on my machine it is al leaded component. So it is possible to replace it. But as Illuminarti said the quickest is to solder the wires directly on the 2 pins that are sticking out.

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    Posted · problem with my amplifier circuit board.

    Hey!

    Thanks illminarti & Zoev.

    I can get it solder from one of the professional from my group.

    But thanks for quick help. :-P :-P

    Cheers

    Amit

     

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    Posted · problem with my amplifier circuit board.

    Problem solve!

    Time to say Thanks to all for the quick help and back to work!

    See you soon.

    Cheers

    Amit

     

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