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  1. #11
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    I think the screen is touch capacitive and the IC on it handle it at. Loose wires could be the case, as long as it isn't corrupt memory or something.

    Does anyone know about a teardown guide? Saw one about a dude converting it to rep rap but the images require login for that forum.

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    Okey, wasn't that hard

    https://m.all3dp.com/cube-3d-printer-popular-mechanics/

    Time to disassemble: 5 h 17 min. Lucky I only need to go half way there ☺️

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    Awesome link! I wondered where that image came from.

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    yep, good link. I think he was missing one washer in the layout of it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ztoddman1 View Post
    yep, good link. I think he was missing one washer in the layout of it!
    No, he left out the filament stretcher.

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    Okey... hmm. I dismantled the front panel (2 screws underneath and 2 screws in each of the filament box containers). Dismounted the display, remounted it. Put everything back together and voila... it works again, the LCD screen is alive.

    I did not see any loose cables so I don't know. I have a theory but I'll have to test it the next time the problem shows up (or the lack of show up :P).

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    Quote Originally Posted by _Lars_ View Post
    Okey... hmm. I dismantled the front panel (2 screws underneath and 2 screws in each of the filament box containers). Dismounted the display, remounted it. Put everything back together and voila... it works again, the LCD screen is alive.

    I did not see any loose cables so I don't know. I have a theory but I'll have to test it the next time the problem shows up (or the lack of show up :P).
    awesome! I fly RC planes/helicopters and it is easy to pull a wire from the connector. Connector may be seated firm but the wire not inter solid.

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    (1/5th scale RC off-road! 10th scale 4wd off-road)

    Learned to hardwire RC a long time ago

    Only the connections are those that are needed for maintenance.

    http://hybridmid.blogspot.com/

 

 

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