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terpa38

a strange problem with Ultimaker

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Hello

I am a novice Ultimaker user  and I have used the Ultimaker  only a short time.I have printed the 3D objects without a computer, I have been using the  Ulticontroller Control panel .When I put the 3d printer turned it on  or off  i heard the "dum DUM"

sound  and the light went on at the top

of the extruder, but then it immediately went out after a second or

two.after the thumping sound the steppers and the motors stopped working and the printer will turn off .  Even turning them back up while the power was on didn't work,then and waited for a couple of minutes.  After I turned it on they all started working. this problem is not always just random.Whether this failure to break the Ultimaker?,

please help

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 Ultimaker was not connected to a USB cable to the computer when the problem occurred.but when I connect my Ultimaker to USB cable to the computer ,Ultimaker fan starts up and the blue light at the extruder comes on even if the Ultimaker does not have a power cord attached

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