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    Okay, so you needed to eliminate the board to have a direct wire circuit to the available devices.

    I wish I had one apart right now I could follow along with but I don't have a unit to sacrifice.

    The two circuits on the interim junction board are interesting. I know that CubePro does some sensor logic at the print head.

    Hey Todd, care to send me some parts to study?
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    Ill try and wire through the Board to see how it behaves
    When doing the White one

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    Way cool; thanks razor.

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    No problem, Just trying my best

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    You've got me looking, ask anyone, that's a feat!

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    The displays Just came in

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    For IT-II?

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    The White cube.. _20200425_104353.jpg

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    The parts_20200425_104817.jpg

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    The Tools_20200425_105152.jpg

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    Lets disassemble the cube.... _20200425_112537.jpg
    Each side 4 screws

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    For the feet take a flathead screw driver and loosen the inner clip
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    Like so the feet Pop out

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    Next are 4 screws at the bottom...

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    There are 2 more screws on the left linear rail

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    Now put the cube on the back so the Display looks upwards and Grab inside... There are 2 plastic clips Holding the Front assembly, gently loosen both and lift the Front 2,5cm(1inch)_20200425_113407.jpg
    Than unplug the Display connector _20200425_113433.jpg

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    For the back to come off you have to take out the 2 hex screws from the Foto... (the dark cube had 1 extra screws Just above that one on each side)

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    Now the back should come out without resistance...

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    The mainboard is screwed down with 1 screw and some plastic clips

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    You have to take the screw out, cut the cable ties and loosen the Board, than you have to be able to take the top plastic assembly out

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    That would be the rough disassembly of the cube...

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    Tommy thats the upper assembly... _20200425_120214.jpg

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    The spare Board from the dark one... _20200425_120412.jpg

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    As much as i would want to measure All of this, i dont have the necessary knowledge...

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    Could use some guidance from someone who knows how to Do that and understand micro Electronics... Ill leave it as is for now

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    As for the fysetc, it should fit Just fine_20200425_120818.jpg

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    Now you have disassembly instructions

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    Aha, yes, for making use of the little white board - I'm thinking ohming out the direct through connections so you know what each lead does.
    The 3 little circuits are likely a) fan control, b) local thermister interface c) part of the calibration circuit. If some of the leads are not 'through', it may require a small jumper on the board to make the signal go through. When I get to that state, I'll see what I can do.

    You can send me the white board with the chips

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    Ok, give me your Adress in private

 

 

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