Extruder thermistor E0 damaged Solution

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Extruder thermistor E0 damaged Solution

Post by Din0 » Thu Jun 11, 2020 3:43 am

it is necessary to transfer the cable from the damage to the E0 thermistor to the extruder input E1 image.
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Edit file " pins_GT2560_V3.h" FW MArlin 2.x (Use ) as follows:


// Temperature Sensors
#define TEMP_0_PIN 9 // Analog Input Original 11
#define TEMP_1_PIN 11 // Analog Input Original 9

that's all

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Re: Extruder thermistor E0 damaged Solution

Post by William » Thu Jun 11, 2020 9:41 am

thank you for your sharing!
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