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You have to remove it from the cable harness to be able to inspect it. Or measure each strand from end to end with a multimeter. It breaks inside the plastic cable harness from the hotend. If you hasn’t done it already. Open a ticket with support at help.raise3d.com
DetroitCW wrote:Same failure here. After just 1 print.
Looking for a solution that is a bit more versatile. I would hate to have to replace this cable after every few prints.
Someone mentioned replacing them with a braided cable. But I don’t have any info about what kind of cable and connector. If someone has info about this, please share.
Also if anyone has info about what type av cable chain that would fit the N1 I would be happy. And how to attach the cable chain to the printer.
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