So im just havin an issue with my Kossel Linear Plus where my hotend wont heat-up, not even a degree.
What i've tried and seen:
- When putting something to print it shows : 18/200 . So it can read the temperature, so i think that means thermistor rod that goes across the block its fine, right?
- I've connected it to pronterface, i can home, send commands but when i set the extruder to high temperature, same, doesn't goes up and the graph on pronterface shows nothing.
- Have checked every motherboard connection, no changes.
- I have tried to set the temperature without the layer fan, still same. Not a single degree.
- Can't adjust PID either.
What could it be? Fried motherboard?
Thanks in advance.
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Rods are 265 mm (axis to axis)
Buildplate 240 mm.
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