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    Repair parts for PowerSpec 3D PRO dual-extruder printer

    My faithful PowerSpec 3D Pro dual-extruder printer died, and I'm casting about for repair options. I suspect the power supply died, but I haven't yet torn it down to see.A year or so ago I remember there were a bunch of PowerSpec 3D PRO printers being sold for parts. They were represented as 'non-functional', but I heard lots of reports that what was actually received was a working printer with maybe a few cosmetic dings.I searched around for anything on the net, but couldn't find any references to that source. Any additional information or pointers would be appreciated.TIA,Frank

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    As far as I can remember it's a standard pro clone.
    So pretty much industry standard parts throughout.
    In fact the replicator clones more or less defined 'industry standard' for desktop 3d printers :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by curious aardvark View Post
    As far as I can remember it's a standard pro clone.
    So pretty much industry standard parts throughout.
    In fact the replicator clones more or less defined 'industry standard' for desktop 3d printers :-)
    Yeah, I agree, but I was hoping someone could point me to a source for 'parts only' PowerSpec 3D PRO or FlashForge Creator PRO. I know there was one a year or two ago, but I can't find any reference to it now ;-(.

    Frank

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    standard 24volt power supplies - look for 24v led power supplies.
    same thing but always a lot cheaper if sold by an led company over a 3d printer supply company.

    Be an idea to work out what's actually wrong first though :-)

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