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    FLSUN Printer Issue

    Hello, I am new to 3D printing and as a recent birthday gift I received an FLSUN i3 auto leveling system with dual Z motors. Building the printer was pretty self explanatory till I get to the wiring. I seem to be having an issue with the power unit though. I went to plug in the power unit and I either keep popping fuses, or sparks will come out of the outlet itself. I did switch the power unit to the 110v. Any ideas what could be causing this? I checked my circuit breakers, and all are 120v circtuits throughout the house. Any help is appreciated and looking forward to learning more. Thanks

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    Post an image on the Power supply with wiring, Another of the Controller wiring.

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    Here is everything wired up that came with the kit.
    https://imageshack.com/my/images
    Last edited by MHPrior80; 03-05-2019 at 05:18 PM.

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    Will that work for you?

    https://imageshack.com/my/images

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    Could not find any images.

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    Thats better. Sorry about that




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    you have 2 wires attached to one connector and spare connectors. any particular reason ?

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    Those are for 2 fans. Wired like the assembly shows.

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    Hello

    Here is what I am thinking, as every power supply I own of this style looks like this.

    Power Supply.jpgPower Supply - 2.jpg



    Would like to see the labels on your power supply If it is like my power supplies then all the wiring is wrong.

    As you can see The DC voltage is on the Left and the AC voltage is on the right

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    Yor are definitely correct!! I looked and all labeled just like yours. I went by all the pictures in the assembly process. They must have the camera flipped or a reverse image or something. How should the wiring be? Complete opposite of what I have then??

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