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Those numbers look very close (as in "identical") to the E3D : https://e3d-online.dozuki.com/Document/Ztd4NlQ3MF2x61nj/V6-175-SINK.pdf
So it is...
It was a bit if a reach, the problem is still most certainly in the controller and/or the LCD.
The LCD is a prime suspect, but so is the controller.
In your shoes I'd probably just get the replacement C2 board and a new LCD (because those die too...)
The C2 mainboard is pretty much the same, but if you are leery of it or want to make a real change, PartsBuilt has a kit that will allow you to...
4 year old thread ... I imagine they have sorted it now.
Yes, exactly. The spacing is different on the Hexagon than the E3D and it may well be different from the Mosquito as well.
I haven't, but someone may have.
I am thinking that without building a new one the existing carriage for the hotend will not fit -- you can't use...
Start eliminating things, it may be something less obvious.
What is common among all of the printers and models?
If you print a calibration cube...
I use 40w heater cores in all of the extruders we have. They are standard (i.e. fit any hotend) and can be had in 12v or 24v variety.
I would suggest slowing down the print speed a bit.
Usually I point people to the 3 visual troubleshooting guides, but I don't see this sort of...
At some point I imagine PartsBuilt may have trouble sourcing them and all that will be left is swapping for a new controller set. We do have the...
As far as I know you are correct -- there is no code on the sensor board itself, it is just a (slightly) fancier switch.