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Heated bed with no heat??

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Me again! I've built the printer and levelled the bed, but when I print something, nothing happens. Cura says its printing and that temp is 19, and the bed is 16 but then nothing happens and the temp doesn't change.

It worked ok before with the bed levelling and material loading. So I guess its a bed issue?

 

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Sounds like a bed issue indeed.

Does the bed actually get warm? Does the red LED on the electronics turns on when it wants to heatup?

Thanks, no the bed is at room temp, sure I can see a red LED behind the green ones.

I guess that means I need to check the wiring on the bed. Is there any known areas to check after assembly?

 

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