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Following is the image shown , so can any one suggest what would be the possible solution for this problem.

Kindly provide an detailed explanation.

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Did this happen while printing?

Are you using the original fan shroud?

This can be caused by loose wires connecting the temp sensor, loose temp sensor, fan shroud with open bottom, faulty sensor.

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Thank you for your reply.

Lets keep this topic on your temp error, and focus on your limit switch error on this thread.

If you want help for your troubleshoot, we need some more information to get a picture of your situation.

For more general information, please read through these support pages.

Has your machine been handled rough in transport?

It could be a common denominator in this issue and your temp error.

Looking forward hearing from you,

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