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nystlin

Nouveau un peu perdu sur la carte electronique UMO+

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Bonjour je suis nouveau sur se forum et je viens d'avoir une Ultimaker original +

J'ai presque terminé de la monté mes j'ai un problème par rapport à la carte électronique qui ne ressemble pas UMO 1 ,mes plutot a la UMO 2. Et du coup je ne sais pas ou brancher les cable même si j'ai essayer en m'inspirant de photo de la carte électronique de la UMO 2.

Voici ma carte brancher:

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Je voudrai savoir si j'ai effectuée les bon branchement, et ou je dois brancher les capteur bleu,rouge et noir sur la carte.

Je n'arrive plus a télécharger les manuel de montage sur le site.

J'éspère que quelqu'un pourra m'aider.

 

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