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Solved: Max Temp and Min Temp Errors

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Posted · Solved: Max Temp and Min Temp Errors

Max Temperature Error

One of the 4 assembly screws was contacting the thermocouple wire. The heat was then transferring to the wire and causing a faulty elevated temperature reading. It would get high enough to cause the Max Temp Error and shut down the printer. To resolve the issue, I turned the knob heads of the screw located at the top of the printer in a counter-clockwise fashion to raise them above the wire.

Screw on the left is contacting the thermocouple wire.

block 2

Min Temperature Error

One my printer, the wires and plugs at the top of the print head were loose. Simply moving the wires to make sure they were tight, then tightening them if they were loose resolved this issue. Others on the forum have reported resolving this issue by making sure the wires plugged into the bottom of the printer were tight and completely pushed into the control board. For me, it happened to be the wires on top of the print head.

 

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