[Firmware]Fix the E0 port voltage incorrect

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William
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[Firmware]Fix the E0 port voltage incorrect

Post by William » Mon Oct 07, 2019 2:03 am

Hi, what's up, guys?
We've back from our national days.
:lol:

Today I've found my thinker S 3d printer has an issue:
The E0 port voltage has 12V only.

The steps:
1. Plug out the cables of E0 port then plug it into the E1 port.

2. Upload this firmware to your 3d printer via Arduino IDE
Before uploading. Check your motherboard is this type, check your motherboard is same with mine:
Thinker.png
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Firmware
Swap the E0 and E1.zip
(3.43 MiB) Downloaded 4 times
3. Test the hotend heating feature work or not

4. Use the multimeter check the E1 port voltage when it is under heating status.
1) If the E1 port shows 22~25V then it is ok. Then all be fine, enjoy your print!
2) If the E1 port shows 11~13V then it is incorrect. You need to feedback to Eryone 3D Team for a replacement.
>>>>>This motherboard is borken>>>>>>>>>

Additional:
If you set the cables of E0 to E1.
When Eryone releases the new firmware, you need one more step then you can upload it to your 3D printer.
1. Install the notepad++ or editplus
2. Download the firmware and open the "pins_RAMBO.h"
3. Refer to this pic then swap these line:
Swap extruder_0.png
Swap extruder_0.png (5.58 KiB) Viewed 79 times
Swap extruder_1.png
Swap extruder_1.png (5.46 KiB) Viewed 79 times

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