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Posted · UM2 OLED edisplay broken

Hi there,

let's say we broke the OLED display of our UM2 (we bought it for our company). I am an electronics engineer, so I am to replace the display. Can you tell me where I can buy this display or send me one and we pay for it. I found one that has the same pinout (PG-2864ASWCG01) but it is smaller and white not blue (which would not be too bad). I reckon the right part number is PG-2864ALBP but I can't find it anywhere. I also found one that is the same size but it has 31 pins (which seems to be normal for OLED's of this size) not 24 as the one that is in the UM2 .

Thanks in advance.



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Posted · UM2 OLED edisplay broken

Hi Jan,

Welcome to the forum.

You can find the assembly manual here. Check page 41 for the display assembly:


And the part descriptions here:


The display part doesn't have much info:


Consider contacting UM support for replacement part


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Posted · UM2 OLED edisplay broken


I've destroyed the Display (to be more precise the displays's cable) of our Ultimaker 2 as well. Do you have solved your problem yet?

Regards, Max


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