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Posted · Probleme bornier heated bed

Bonjour,

De retour apres un long moment sans consulter le forum. (travail oblige :???: )

Mais pas pour de bonnes nouvelles :mad: .

Après de nombreux prints sans aucun soucis, un jour sans prévenir mon heated bed ne chauffa plus.

Après vérification des branchements sur la carte électronique et démontage en règle du plateau.

Je trouve enfin le problème : le petit bornier sur le heated bed.

Un patte est complétement noir et le plastique semble un peu avoir fondu.

J'ai nettoyé la patte et l'empreinte a l'alcool .

Je relance la machine et là miracle ça chauffe!

Helas quelques minutes plus tard heatbed 20°/60. :twisted:

Quelqu'un à déjà eu ce problème?

Ou acheter ce petit bornier?

P4090111

 

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    Posted · Probleme bornier heated bed

    salut

    j'ai eu un peu le même problème avec mon plateau chauffant. Le bornier doit être soudé (donc ne jamais dévisser le bornier du plateau). Si ton bornier n'est plus soudé ca fait des faux contacts.

     

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    Posted · Probleme bornier heated bed

    Merci pour vos réponses.

    Bizarre tout ça.

    Je n'avais jamais dévissé le bornier avant que la panne arrive.

    Les pattes ne semblent d'ailleurs jamais avoir été soudées.

     

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    Posted · Probleme bornier heated bed

    Plus sous garantie?

     

    Je l'ai achetée mi-janvier chez trideus donc en principe oui.

    Mais est ce que cela vaut le coup de perdre du temps? :wacko:

    J'ai un fer à soudé,je pensais essayer de le bricoler moi même. :huh:

     

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    Posted · Probleme bornier heated bed

    A presque 200€ le plateau oui je pense que ca vaut le coup de faire jouer le SAV. Et oui tu peux essayer de ressouder le bornier et faire un teste de continuité a partir de tes soudures sur la résistance du plateau et un test (avec un ohmmètre) sur le circuit sonde (tu dois avoir environ 110).

     

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    Posted · Probleme bornier heated bed

    Comme dit duriel ca vaut le coup, a toi de voir ;) (tenter de souder ne fera normalement pas sauter la garantie)

     

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    Posted · Probleme bornier heated bed

    Bornier ressoudé. :mrgreen:

    P4110121

     

    Les soudures sont dégueulasses mais ça fonctionne de nouveau !

     

    :-P

     

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