Both of the black wires going into the connector that plugs into the print head board broke loose while I was removing the carriage to change my E3D V6 nozzle. Does anybody know which black wire goes into which connector slot, or does it even matter. I'm assuming they're ground, so it may not matter, but figured I'd check to see if anybody happened to have experienced this before. Any help would be appreciated. That k you in advance.
I've posted this question in other Davinci groups as well, to hopefully get an answer
Several months ago, I acquired the above printer to compliment my Anet A8. The first dozen or so prints this thing was AWESOME, pretty much Plug, select model, and play. Then all of a sudden it started going south. First started getting layer shifting, calibrated, did a small test print and it worked. Then went to do a full print and the problem came back with a vengence. Started shifting, extruding in different areas, globbing, getting stuck and then encasing the head in plastic. Cleaned everything up carefully, cleaned the nozzle, feed path, etc. Then tried and the same thing happened.Pulled out a few feet of filament to make sure it wasn't just a bad piece, with no help.
I have a Davinci 1.0 flashed with Repetier firmware and it's been printing great for a couple years now. The PC that was hosting this printer was running slow, and started having issues, so I built up a new PC with a freshly installed OS (Win7 32 bit) and installed Repetier-Server, Repetier-Host, and Arduino IDE. When connecting the printer to USB, the new PC doesn't find the correct driver for the device (It lists it as an Arduino Due in Device Manager, but with a yellow exclamation point). I have tried downloading different versions of the Arduino IDE, but none of them ever supply the correct driver to make Device Manager happy and assign a COM port to it.
Help! How do I obtain the correct drivers for this printer?