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MAXTEMP BED error report and Ulticontroller hangs

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Hi,

I have installed a heated bed on my Ultimaker Original (with Ulticontroller) .

The heated bed is bought a few weeks ago from 3Dprinting_HK, you all know .

Upon installation, I added my modified printer as a new machine into Cura 14.07 upon which the 'default firmware' for this configuration (Ultimaker Original / extruder drive upgrade / heated printer bed(self built) ) has been installed .

Then I get this reading on the Ulticontroller https://www.flickr.com/photos/128060614@N02/

and the Ulticontroller hangs .

I can achieve communication again only when I install the firmware for a printer without heated bed ( machine settings in Cura ) .

in the other case I get a message : Failed to write firmware. 'Timeout'

I have read some similar topics on this issue, this means the problem is known and clear . Is the answer also clear ? What causes this ? How can I fix the problem ?

Thanks !

Fons

 

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