Update: I should have posted back in April when I first started trying to fix this thing. As soon as I posted, I noticed one more wire in the top back corner I somehow hadn't seen before. Unplugged, replugged and magically we're back in business. Hello! I inherited this 3D printer to use in my classroom after our old media center person left our school. Things were going fine all last year until literally the last week of school. The printer jammed and the piece slid off the bed and it made a literal hot mess. Since then, the bed will heat, but the nozzle does not (I confirmed the temp reading is accurate and that it's not really heating but saying it's not heating.) I replaced the nozzle, made sure it was seated properly, etc. unplugged, and replugged every connector on and in the print head and on the main board. Are there any other possible end-user fixes for this thing? I know it's got to be crazy out of warranty, but it actually works pretty well compared to any other 3D printer I've ever used (you know, other than not heating and doing its #1 job at the moment). Any help is appreciated. We're a title I school and I was printing little things for my kids if they came for tutoring. It was a hit!