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Problème de mise en température de la buse

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Bonjour à tous,

je viens de lancer une impression avec mon ultimaker 2 et ma buse c'est bouchée. J'ai voulu la déboucher par la méthode atomique mais j'ai découvert un autre problème. Quand je sélectionne Heat up Nozzle, la température de la buse ne monte jamais et reste à 28°.

J'ai donc essayé de lancer une impression. Le plateau chauffe mais pas la buse?

Dois-je conclure que la buse est morte?

Merci d'avance.

Nicolas.

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Salut,

Pas de messages d'erreur sur l'écran de controle?

Si tu as un composant en panne tu devrais avoir un message: Heater Error ou Temp Sensor Error.

As tu démonté quelque chose sur la tête récemment? Il faut peut être vérifier les connections mais ça m'étonne que tu n'aie pas de message d'erreur....

Tu as bien fait tourner le bouton pour changer la température (Dans heat up nozzle)? (question con mais on ne sais jamais)

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