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Wrong Voltage on Motherboard Pins for Heater Cartridge
I am kind of at a loss - my heater cartridge is not heating up. I even replaced it with a new one (12V 40w), but no change. Then I tried to measure the voltage on the pins of the motherboard where the connector with the white cables (the ones that go into the heater cartridge) are leading. I am measuring 5-6V DV, but shouldn't it be 12V? When the volateg is already wrong at the motherboard, can I do anything to fix this?

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There are multiple threads on here about similar problems. You likely burned up a "fuse" resistor. Search this forum... there are seriously at least 5 threads on the topic.

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