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Repair a Duet 0.85 a "little bit" hot ?

Posted by Crixos 
Repair a Duet 0.85 a "little bit" hot ?
December 01, 2017 09:13AM
Hello everyone !

After what I think is a wrong manipulation from me, the Atmel chip on my Duet 0.85 started to heat up alot (i litteraly printed my fingerprint on it when I touched it...).
What bothered me is that the touchscreen still works fine and that i still can connect on the ethernet, by the way, everything I send (like a g28) doesn't work...

Does anyone know if there is some components that i can check and maybe replace to make it works again ?

Thanks everyone !
Re: Repair a Duet 0.85 a "little bit" hot ?
December 01, 2017 03:03PM
If the Atmel processor heats up with nothing else connected to the Duet, that usually means the processor is damaged. Often component L7 is damaged too. The usual cause is a short between the thermistor VSSA connection and a wire carrying +12V or +24V.

If you are in the USA, you may wish to PM user W3DRK on the Duet3D.com forum because he can repair Duets.


Delta printer calibration calculator, mini IR Z probe, and colour touch screen control panel: [escher3d.com]

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Disclosure: I have a financial interest in sales of the Panel Due, Mini IR height sensor, and Duet WiFi/Duet Ethernet [www.duet3d.com].
Re: Repair a Duet 0.85 a "little bit" hot ?
December 02, 2017 06:50AM
Hello !

thanks for your quick answer, seems it's lost for it (i'm from Belgium).
Re: Repair a Duet 0.85 a "little bit" hot ?
December 02, 2017 07:06AM
If you want to try replacing it yourself, there are videos on youtube about how to desolder large chips using ChipQuik and similar very low melting point solders.


Delta printer calibration calculator, mini IR Z probe, and colour touch screen control panel: [escher3d.com]

Large delta printer, and other 3D printer blog postings: [miscsolutions.wordpress.com]

Disclosure: I have a financial interest in sales of the Panel Due, Mini IR height sensor, and Duet WiFi/Duet Ethernet [www.duet3d.com].
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