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J'ai trouvé 3 sujets à propos de ce bug

I've found 3 topics about this bug




I've send a ticket to support service...

Is there anyone that has resolved alone ( without sending back the machine ) this problem ? I've seen that I've to check connection on PCB... and also on the Nozzle head but where ?

Is it easy to change failed part in the head ?

THX by advance


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Salut garenc,

Le message que tu as c'est BED temp ou temp sensor?

Tu as eu ce message après avoir démonter la tête?

Je ne connais pas la procédure pour dépanner soit même, visiblement il faut commencer par vérifier les connections sur la carte éléctronique

Je regarde les sujets que tu as mis en lien et je reviens vers toi ;)


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Le souci vient du PT100, soit en effet il est déconnecter sur la carte (j crois pas) ou bien mal mis dans la buse (maori) ou tout simplement bon a changer.

J'ai déjà eu ce message = changement du PT100.

Maintenant sur un autre post il y a un lien pour en acheter autre part que chez ultimaker (37 E https://www.ultimaker.com/t/spare-parts?page=3%20'>https://www.ultimaker.com/t/spare-parts?page=3%20'>https://www.ultimaker.com/t/spare-parts?page=3%20'>https://www.ultimaker.com/t/spare-parts?page=3%20)%20mais%20je%20ne%20pas%20si%20ils%20sont%20compatible%20(apparement%20oui%20)%20http://www.aliexpress.com/item/3xWaterproof-PT100-Platinum-Resister-Temperature-Sensor-Temp-Probe/1890985056.html

mais je ne sait pas si ils sont compatible (apparemment oui)



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