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UMO Won't turn off

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Posted · UMO Won't turn off

Hi Guys

I just finished building my UMO must say it was fun and enjoyed building it.

I have 2 faults first one was the temp reading on the ulticontrol was 93 degrees when cold, took me an hour to find the fault, but it looks like a short somewhere on the wires, i swaped them over to the second set for the dual extruder and temp reads correct now, so will contact where i got it from to see what they say about a replacment..

The most anoying one is i can not turn the thing off, The switch does not turn the machine off, is this a common fault that i can fix or does this sound more terminal and requires a new board ? i have to unplug it to turn it off at the momment.

Apart from that first prints were good and not far off from my um2...

Fixed the power switch, put in middle postion and pushed on it very had then it seemd to work again, so all is good now...

 

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