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Design from Audentio Design. The wires were not tight during factory final assembly. I'm not quite sure how to solve these problems. Stay logged in Open Broadcaster Software Home Forums > Support > OBS Studio Support > Mac Support > Style Light Home Help Top Forum software by XenForo™ ©2010-2015 XenForo Ltd. http://blightysoftware.com/solved-not/solved-not-sure-whats-wrong.html
The fans activate, it connects to Simplify3D, no temperatures on the bed or the extruder, and the power supply makes a constant clicking sound. This caused the power supply to fail...... Thank you. Ranging from her channeling of the Tibetan through the final epochal new material delivered before she left her body, this information is of immense...https://books.google.com/books/about/Prelude_to_Ascension.html?id=Oh99y2iHqV0C&utm_source=gb-gplus-sharePrelude to AscensionMy libraryHelpAdvanced Book SearchBuy eBook - https://www.chegg.com/homework-help/questions-and-answers/m-quite-sure-solve-problems-explanation-greatly-apreciated-thank-q8494503
After that, every time it opens improperly, I've been able to get it to fix itself by clicking that icon.Click to expand... All rights reserved. Ask question OR Find your book Find your book Need an extra hand? Please use the forums, as a place to get help and advice from the community, and RoBo 3D users.
My personal opinion is all the electronics need replaced. The charred terminals are consistent with arcing, ( that's how homes burn down with something so simple as not tight wirenuts). All rights reserved. And this is what happens when I turn it on.
Any explanation is greatly apreciated. I'm not quite sure as to how to solve this, but for the first one, since the central carbon fulfills octet, the two carbons at the bottom and oxygen are electron And this is what happens when I turn it on. Jungie New Member Tyrone Hutton said: ↑ I had the same issue.
Osmethae New Member Joined: Aug 1, 2014 Messages: 8 Likes Received: 4 I've been trying to get a hold of support for about a month and a half but have not http://community.robo3d.com/index.php?threads/not-quite-sure-what-is-wrong-fried-connector-or-board.17233/ The noise that i hear if its coming from the power supply is arcing...not good, the thermistor wire appears toast as well as the molex connector and at least the ramps Then in your Settings under "General", enable the system tray icon. Theme designed by Audentio Design.
It's still under warranty as well but that doesn't do any good when no one will get back to me. #1 Osmethae, Dec 10, 2016 Geof Volunteer Moderator Staff Member http://blightysoftware.com/solved-not/solved-not-sure-what.html Question: I'm not quite sure how to solve these problems. The Molex* connector @Geof refers to is sometimes included: https://www.amazon.com/Qunqi-Printer-Controller-REPRAP-Arduino/dp/B015DU1LZY *Not really a molex it is a barrel connectorClick to expand... Then in your Settings under "General", enable the system tray icon.
The arcing, stresses the power supply......current surges & spikes. I just took it off the table and put it on the ground to take the bottom off and inspect some other parts of it, and noticed this charred connector on Ranging from her channeling of the Tibetan through the final epochal new material delivered before she left her body, this information is of immense value and timeliness. http://blightysoftware.com/solved-not/solved-not-solved-a248-e-akamai-net.html Expert Answer 100% (1 rating) Get this answer with Chegg Study View this answer OR Find your book Find your book Need an extra hand?
It seems like just over one night everything on my printer shit the bed, and one of them is kinda scary. When that happens, click on the icon and magically, it somehow fixes itself. It seems like just over one night everything on my printer shit the bed, and one of them is kinda scary.
I'm pretty sure something broke with the update.
The first thing I noticed was a little wire dangling from above the extruder. Question: I'm not quite sure as to how to solve this, but fo... Call Robo direct. Thank you!
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Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? Just finished discussing all the problems with Robert from customer support, and my new thermistor, RAMPS board, 4 pin connector, and power supply are on its way. At this point I am not even sure where to begin. Please message Harry if you experience any technical difficulties while using the forum.
When I woke up the next morning it was stopped in its tracks about halfway through the print. Hopefully this all gets me printing again. #9 Osmethae, Dec 14, 2016 Geof and jim3Dbot like this. (You must log in or sign up to reply here.) Show Ignored Content Fried connector or board? The damaged power supply may have then overheated the extruder heater causin' the thermistor to melt.
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