Well, I managed to BBQ the Controller (where all the cables plug-in) and have verified it is dead, no pulsing, no nothing.
Support.email@example.com they and I are fast becoming well known to each other.
“What did the crazy American do this time?”
“He blew up A350 Controller.”
“. . .” “. . .”
So yeah, we are kind of rough on the Snapmaker.
So I have had to put in a request for a replacement to purchase.
I am going to go ahead and buy directly from Snapmaker, while there is a 3-D store in New York that has parts, they do not yet have the controllers in stock.
Some improvements I would like to see on the Snapmaker 2.0 controller.
Overload fuse on the controller module. We have to be able to have a fusible link that can be replaced instead of having to order a new controller module from China that takes a week to get where one is.
Cause of BBQ? I accidentally reversed the cable plug on a module and off it went, electrical smell, no smoke, but definitely something BBQ’d. Such is life.
I just may buy another Snapmaker and keep it for spare parts.