Broken Thermistor killing the GT2560 V3.0 board

Din0
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Re: Broken Thermistor killing the GT2560 V3.0 board

Post by Din0 » Mon Apr 13, 2020 3:24 am

Hi
yes replacing the board solved the problem. The A10M is fully functional.

Din0
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Re: Broken Thermistor killing the GT2560 V3.0 board

Post by Din0 » Wed Jun 10, 2020 4:07 am

Hi
I found a solution to the damaged thermistor. Today I made this adjustment on my A10M. It must be switched to the E0 thermistor to the E1 thermistor and make a small modification of the FW and everything is functional again. I'll give a better description tomorrow. Sorry for my English.
Aleš

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Re: Broken Thermistor killing the GT2560 V3.0 board

Post by andreewkelvin » Tue Aug 11, 2020 10:40 pm

I changed the thermistor to hotend for NTC 3950, everything functioned admirably, yet now shows me the temperature hotend 98°C regardless of whether it isn't warm. This temperature is demonstrated in any event, when the sensor connector is disengaged. The contribution on the board is harmed. There is no likelihood to get to the thertermist to another area, for example extruder 2 or 3? I have a Geeetech A10M with GT2560 V 3.1

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Re: Broken Thermistor killing the GT2560 V3.0 board

Post by Din0 » Mon Aug 17, 2020 6:19 pm

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