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I got the same problem today and after a lot of troubleshooting (following the answers here) I found out that the issue was the connection to the hotbed. After I clean out the connection to the hotbed the printer started working as usual. The debugging logic was that the printer heats up the hotbed before setting the extruder temperature. Looking to your LCD ...


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I have this printer and used this board many times over USB. The genuine Arduino boards use the FTDI FT232RL to convert USB signals to UART signals. The problem with these Arduino based clone boards is that they do not use the FTDI chips as these are too expensive. These boards use a CH340G chip which is a Chinese clone which requires a specific driver to be ...


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There are several possible causes for this. From least to worst: The part itself is good, but the faceing cover plate is misaligned. No action needed. The part is mounted in a way that makes it wobble, re-mounting helps. The part is bad and needs to be replaced. So, let's see the anatomy of a Timing Belt pulley. They exist in basically 3 general types in ...


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If it is 40 W then it shouldn't matter what length it is. Note that the heater cartridge just contains a Nickel-Chrome wire-resistor (see image below for the construction), this resistor gives its heat to the metallic shell, the length of that shell shouldn't matter, it usually contains heat free/colder zones at the tip and root. Even if it is a 30 ...


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