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bofhdk
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Topic starter answered:
RE: "ERR: MINTEMP", not loose wires, possibly the EINSY(?) board?

Is there any way I could use the unused Therm1 socket instead?

Posted : 26/02/2023 3:47 pm
Hello
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RE: "ERR: MINTEMP", not loose wires, possibly the EINSY(?) board?

I think there is by making your own firmware I remember while ago someone wanted to do same thing if you post on forum someone might be able to guide you with more experience might be worth ago before buying new board 

Please help me out by downloading a model it's free and easy but really helps me out https://www.printables.com/@Hello_474427/models

Posted : 26/02/2023 6:21 pm
bofhdk
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RE: "ERR: MINTEMP", not loose wires, possibly the EINSY(?) board?

Ahh, thanks 🙂

I was kind of hoping for something less involved - maybe a GCODE command (or similar) 😉

 

 

Posted : 27/02/2023 5:43 am
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RE: "ERR: MINTEMP", not loose wires, possibly the EINSY(?) board?

Unfortunately I don't believe there is one you can always post thread but probably get response of code firmware 

Please help me out by downloading a model it's free and easy but really helps me out https://www.printables.com/@Hello_474427/models

Posted : 28/02/2023 7:44 am
Electrosteele
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RE: "ERR: MINTEMP", not loose wires, possibly the EINSY(?) board?

Hi, I have the same problem. 

I was hoping to reassign T0 to T3 in the firmware or replace the blown component.

Does anybody know how to edit the firmware or have a good link to share?

Does anybody know what component this is and its value, or have a link to share?

Thanks in advance!

 

Posted : 20/02/2024 5:57 pm
Electrosteele
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RE: "ERR: MINTEMP", not loose wires, possibly the EINSY(?) board?

Update:

I fixed it!
My hands are a bit shaky, so this is the worst soldering job I have ever done. I is also the smallest soldering job I have ever done.

I removed the surface mount component from the unused thermistor port and placed it on T0. One of the traces from where the original part blew were destroyed, but I managed to determine that it connects directly to the left pin on T0. As you can see, it is anything but professional, but it works now!

 

 

 

Posted : 21/02/2024 8:03 pm
JoanTabb
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RE: "ERR: MINTEMP", not loose wires, possibly the EINSY(?) board?

excellent botch! lol...

was it aa brass brush that shorted the heater to the thermistor cirtcuit?

 

 

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Posted : 21/02/2024 9:42 pm
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