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Heavily Modified or Homemade 3D Printer Heated Bed Connection Repair

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    • Remove the four screws from the corners of the panel covering the controller board.

    • This may be found in various places of the printer depending on the model of the printer. Refer to the user manual or trace back wires from the heated bed.

    • The most common areas include: mounted on the side of the printer, underneath in the base of the printer, and inside an externally located control box.

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    • Locate the heated bed and temperature sensor connectors.

    • Here on the MKS Gen L V1.0 it is labeled H-BED and TB for Heated Bed and Thermistor Bed. Refer to a Pinout Diagram for your specific board.

    • Common boards include: Creality V1/V2, MKS Gen L V1.0/V1.4, MKS BASE V1.4, Einsy RAMBo, SKR v1.3/v1.4.

    • Remove the connection for the heated bed.

    • Remove the connector for the temperature sensor.

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    • Remove four thumb nuts from the corners of the heated bed.

    • Use a screwdriver if needed to hold screws in place while removing the thumb nuts.

    • Remove the heated bed from the Y-carriage.

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    • Desolder the damaged cable or connector.

    • For tips on soldering, check out the Wie man Lötverbindungen herstellt und entlötet guide.

    • Take note of the polarity and which is for power and the thermistor. You may wish to take a picture for future reference. Red is for '+', Black is for '-'.

    • Do not use force to remove the cable or connector; doing this may rip the pads out.

    • Work in a well ventilated area when soldering; a fume extractor is recommended.

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    • Remove the old solder by using a solder pump or solder wick.

    • Re-tin the pads with fresh solder.

    • Use isopropyl alcohol to clean up any residue around the connections.

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    • Strip 1/4" from both ends of the wire and tin.

    • Check out the following guide for help with stripping wires: Wire Stripping.

    • Solder the wire onto the heated bed.

    • It is safe to bridge the connection if both pads are of the same polarity.

    • If your bed has a built-in LED, polarity will matter, otherwise it does not matter. Polarity does not matter on thermistor.

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    • Apply Kapton Tape over the connection.

    • Solder an XT60 connector to the other end of the wire.

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    • Terminate cables coming from the controller board with an XT60 connector as well.

    • If polarity matters, take note when soldering the XT60 connector.

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    • Reinstall and calibrate the heated bed.

Abschluss

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order. You may want to calibrate the Z-axis end stops and re-level the bed before printing.

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