Fan isn´t working. g.code problem?
Sadly my 2 fans aren´t working any ways. Also when connect to the always on fan pins, nothing happened.
M122 --> 24v
Wired both ways to be sure.... DONE.
Maybe the jumpers are not correct?
thanks a lot!
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The jumper looks good have you checked the fuse (F2) ? if you connect 24V directly from Power supply does the fan(s) then work ?
@siam direct from power supply --> working
Fuse .... hmm ok. How can I test it?
I mean the board is completely new..
@barbarossa-cologne ok then we know that the fan's are good! If you own multimeter then measure if the both contacts have 0 Ohm. Alternative look in to the Fuse the left and the right contact must be connected together if not then the fuse is blown
No multimeter here
The orange one looks fine( Under F3) , the black one with the ´´1´´ on top. Can´t take a look inside.
@barbarossa-cologne we need the fuse with the 1 on the top, you can pull it out from the board maybe it's the easier to look inside
I guess that doesn´t looks good?!
@barbarossa-cologne it's not good to see, but I will say this fuse is dead, so you need a new one with 1 Ampere, and before you change it, check all cables witch going to the fan ports is possible that you have a shortcut somewhere.