JGAURORA A5 3D printer FAQ
By Steve Lowry 2018-09-26 588 1
Function and specification
Unplug the B1 line (see in the bleow pictures) and see if the machine can print normally:
If it can print normally, the filament detection switch is broken, and you need to replace a new one.
1. Check the wire connection, try to operate the printer again.
2. Flash the firmware of the 3D printer: JGAURORA A5 3D printer update firmware pack
3. Heating the heated bed or nozzle single, check whether the temperature changes, if the temperature up, the power consumption of power supply has problem, you need to change the power supply.
First try to replace other U disk, then check if the USB adapter cable is loose, USB adapter cable as shown in the figure, you need to plug in the usb adapter cable. Then try to insert it directly on the screen. If it still doesn't work, you may need to change the screen.
JGAURORA A5 3D Printer has black Diamond Glass heated platform, which allows easy removal of the printed models and a cleaner appearance. Unique gapless feeding system, load filament smoothly, print excellent models. The automatic material recognition system saves time and effort with material information and print profiles preloaded on each reel to let you start printing straight away.
For Gearbest customers: If you've purchased JGAURORA A5 Updated Large Printing Size 3D Printer from us and still have problems or suggestions, please do not hesitate to get in touch with us. Just fill in the ticket with your questions at our Support Center and send it to us. We will do our best to deal with your problem as soon as possible. We are always happy to hear from you.
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