While removing some filament that was jammed in the motor, one of the wires of the fan came and was soldered back on. The back of the fan had to be opened up a bit in order to properly connect the wire for the fan. The printer ran fine afterwards. Cue to a few weeks later, during a nozzle change the back of the fan had touched the metallic part of the printer and there was a spark and suddenly the main board of the printer stopped working. It was determined that a fuse had blown (the one labelled F3 according to the documentation for the v1.3 RAMBo). After having changed the fuse, the board was working again but when trying to set the extruder temperature through Pronterface the board had stopped working again. Is it possible that the board might be fried or just possible a specific part of the board itself that can be replaced?
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