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I cannot set a temperature

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I have had a lot of problems with my UM.

Now the problem is that it woundt heat it self up.

The UM controller shows the temperature (27c), but i cant set a temp for the nozzle.

It stands 27/000C.. I cannot set a goal for the temperature..

If I am starting a print, it stands Heating..., but it will not set a temp.

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HI oPRE,

when you pusch the encoderwheel you can look in Prepare, scroll down to preheat PLA, this set the Temp on 180°C / Preheat ABS set to 240° C or you can go to Control and then tu Temperatur then pusch at Nozzle and Change the temp by yousing the Encoderwheel.

I hope you understand what i say.

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I have tried that. It worked before, but not any more.

If i set it to ex: 215c.. I can go out of the menu and to watch, but it will not sett.

It stands only 27/000.. No matter what i try, the 000c will not change.

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