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Got to thinking about the hot end. I reversed it so the heater isn’t right next to the probe as I have seen n videos and in the manual. Just curious as to why you can’t have the heater going in the same side as your thermistor.  It seems to me like that would be less stress on the wiring of the heater. There must be a reason. Does anybody know what that is?

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Afterburner. V2.4. Dragon high flow. The heater block is oriented to keep it as far from the bed sensor as possible. The thermistor and heater wires exit the same side of the heater block. On the side where the Afterburner wire cover mounts. Works fine for me.

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16 minutes ago, ralarock said:

Afterburner. V2.4. Dragon high flow. The heater block is oriented to keep it as far from the bed sensor as possible. The thermistor and heater wires exit the same side of the heater block. On the side where the Afterburner wire cover mounts. Works fine for me.

Thanks rock. I’m going to change mine around first chance I get. Plus do some changes to my revo micro. When I’m done as long as wire length is good I’ll have 3 hot ends I can swap if it’s not a big pain. 

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