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    cr 10 s4 bed heating time?

    Hi.
    I just bought cr10 s4 printer. It takes about 17 minutes to heat bed to 60 celsius degree. Is this normally? How about you?
    My room temperature is 20 celsius.

    I have checked wireling under the bed and also inside the PSU. Everything looks fine. Voltage is 220.

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    Welcome to the forum, Tapsa.
    I do not have a CR10 so I cannot confirm.
    Someone will weigh in soon.

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    Yes, S4 and S5 take ages to heat up... It's a very large surface and the bed heater covers MOST of it but not all of it...

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    I would say that, it is not normal. I have the CR-10 Mini and my bed takes less than 5-7 minutes to reach to 60C.

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    Perhaps your ambient temp is higher?

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    Hi. What you mean by that? Like I said room temperature is about 20C degrees.

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    That reply was to Suzanne not you.

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    FWIW - My CR-10s takes about 5 minutes to warm up to 75C.

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    Hey Print Guy. Welcome to the forum!

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    Bolsoncerrado, my meaning is, my CR-10 Mini takes 5 to 7 minutes to go from room temperature to 60C.

 

 

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