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  1. jig

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    Hi im new to 3d printing and i have a problem my extruder comes up to 210C good butt my bed can;t reach 50C seems to be stuck at 30C wat can i do?

    I;m from Holland so sorry if i make mistakes in my typing!
    i have includid a file from the terminal
    thanks
     

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    hav you tried to just heat up the bed manually ?
    if yes and it doesn't work try to go watch on the reprap board if everything is well connected
     
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    Yes, check the connections to the heater from the RAMPS board (under the bed/printer)

    You can see it is calling for 50:

    <-ok T:210.0 /210.0 B:30.8 /50.0 T0:210.0 /210.0 @:36 B@:127

    and never getting there.
    That is either the RAMPS board or the thermistor itself. I assume when not heated it reads room temperature? When you touch the plate is it heating up any?
     
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    i will first look at the connections on the board ,i will post tommorow on the results thanks for the inputt!
    i found a link on you tube for conections :

    maybe ussfull for ather people as well
     
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    thxx there was indeed a lose wire fixed it !
     
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