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2.0 Duo will not heat!
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Anyone with ideas please, please speak up. It's not the connectors on top; those are gone and the wires are directly connected. If I hold a hair dryer to the extruder, the temp does go up. As long as I have the dryer blowing on it I never get the heater decoupled error. As soon as I stop the dryer the temp drops and the decoupled error hits. It's like the motherboard isn't sending the command to fire up the extruders. I've checked and the onboard fuses do not appear to be blown.

Help? Thanks.
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(01-05-2016, 04:00 AM)craigunderhill Wrote: Anyone with ideas please, please speak up. It's not the connectors on top; those are gone and the wires are directly connected.  If I hold a hair dryer to the extruder, the temp does go up.  As long as I have the dryer blowing on it I never get the heater decoupled error.  As soon as I stop the dryer the temp drops and the decoupled error hits.  It's like the motherboard isn't sending the command to fire up the extruders.  I've checked and the onboard fuses do not appear to be blown.

Help?  Thanks.


I had the same problem last year and i could not find a reason for it. I sent it in for warranty service an they changed the Mainboard.
After the printer came back I flashed it do repetier and for a half year the printer worked fine. But now the problem is back.
There is no power on the mainboard extruder pins and the display is off too. Everything else seems to be ok. It would be really nice to find the solution for this problem. I don´t want to buy a new mainboard every six month. Dodgy
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#3
maybe it´s a broken fuse

http://www.soliforum.com/topic/12398/fus...-extruder/

i will try it tomorrow
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