Monoprice Select Mini V2 – Wire Rerouting

So I have had a Monoprice Select Mini 3D printer for about a year now and I have printed a lot of things. It has been a work horse until recently, I noticed that the heated bed was no longer working. Along with the temperature reading was spiking and inconsistent. So, I put it away for a while (Since I recently got a new toy, CNC router)
I recently got it back out and fixed the wires – but only after one print, the wires snapped again.
This time, I re-routed the wires around the outside. [See Video below]

Some other references on the matter:

https://slumpedoverkeyboarddead.com/rewiring-the-heated-bed-on-the-monoprice-select-mini-3d-printer/

https://www.instructables.com/id/Monoprice-Select-Mini-V2-Heat-Bed-Re-wire-and-Ther/

https://www.pingle.org/2017/10/08/rewiring-the-heated-bed-on-a-monoprice-select-mini-v2-3d-printer

One Reply to “Monoprice Select Mini V2 – Wire Rerouting”

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