The temperature has an impulse-like increase - OR - erratic temperature changes.
There is a faulty wire connection.
Replace PT1000 sensor.
Heater starts rising in temperature. Then the Duet Web Control (DWC) throws a fault, stopping the heating process and/or the print.
Drafty locations (e.g. near a ceiling fan) may cause the heaters (both bed and/or extruder) to perform unexpectedly.
We recommend you enclose the Promega.
Let the heater cool to room temperature.
Make sure you have some space ( estimated: 20 mm) between the bed and nozzle. We'll will be heating up the heater.
M562; Removes the fault.
M303 H# S260; Starts heater AUTO-TUNING Heater #. H# is the faulted heater's number.
Example: A fault on heater 2.
M562; Removes the fault
M303 H2 S260; Starts heater AUTO-TUNING on Heater 2.
Wait for the process to finish.
M500; Saves auto-tuning results. Saved in config-override.g (under sys folder)
Open: config.g (Located in the sys folder, in your SD Card).
Go to the last line of entire file.
Make a new line. Enter (if not seen):
M501; This loads the new auto-tuning results at start up.
Everything is working fine. Then a Duet Web Console (DWC) suddenly throws this heater fault:
Your highest, allowable heater temperature was passed.
M143 H#; H# is faulted heater's number
The default maximum heater temperature is 320 C.
My temperature reads continuously reads 2000 Celsius.
The PT1000 is completely disconnected.
Replace the PT1000.
Your bed is not heating up uniformly or not heating up at all.
Turn OFF the printer FIRST
Check if your bed power switch is on.
Location of the Bed Power Switch
Check the screw terminals that connect the bed to the Duet. Check these terminals on both the Duet side and the heated bed side. It is possible that they loosened up and are not making proper connection.
Feel the wires going into the terminals and move them around to see if they are loose. If they are open the terminal cover and screw them down tight again with a Phillips head screwdriver.