sfuelberth wrote:So I just got mine delivered, however I am not seeing any sort of documentation. Is that still a work in progress or is there a link to them someplace that I am not seeing? Thanks
If someone manages to find the "download as PDF" please tell the group where it is.geneb wrote:I'm pretty sure there's a "Download as PDF" link somewhere above the "Step 1" header...
Thank you Gene, you are the man!geneb wrote:Right below the "Files" section, there's a bit that says "Formats: PDF XML Embed" at the lower right. You can click on the "PDF" link to get the PDF version of the guide.
The wiring goes like this:Tincho85 wrote:Hi Gene, you said that the black wire goes to the Rambo and the red one to the PSU unit.
Like this then? It might seem silly but I need to double check
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and what about the 6 wires that goes from the PSU to the Rambo?
Should we still connect the first 2? If I remember correctly those are the ones that feed the bed.
Sorry, I'm not building a V3, still have the old model. But I'm experiencing a very annoying sound from the PSU when the bed is regulating the temperature.geneb wrote: The wiring goes like this:
1 12ga Black Wire - X tower
1 12ga Black Wire - Y Tower
2 26ga White Wires - Y Tower (thermistor wires from Onyx)
1 12ga Red Wire - Z Tower
The 12ga black wire from the onyx goes into the power connector for the heated bed.
The other 12ga black & red wires go into the power connection for the rambo - there'll be detail on that later - I apologize for the delay!
There should be jumper wires included to jumper the other two positions on that connector, just like the v2 was wired with the dedicated power supply.
The power wiring to and from the rambo are not performed until you reach the final assembly task. If you're there and you need help with the wiring, please email support.