Do not stretch the black thermistor cable, leave some slack under the heatbed, so when the heatbed moves during print, the cable won't get stretched resulting in disconnection from the center of the heatbed.
You can guide the thermistor cable, through both gaps between the heatbed cover screws.
However, the slack shouldn't be causing the cable to sag down more than few millimetres. Otherwise, the cable might rub against the printer's frame and damage itself! Turn the heatbed upside-down to check this.
⬢Guide the black thermistor cable next to the heatbed heater cable and wrap it few times around (see the photo).
⬢Take the Power panic cable and connect it to the PSU. Both ends of the cable are the same, use any.
⬢Gently bend the Power panic cable and place it close to the power cables (PSU-cable). Be careful as you might snap the entire connector from the board, keep that in mind until the printer is fully assembled, don't pull the cable.
⬢Guide the cables to the other side of the printer. We will fix them to the frame later on.
Don't place the cover on the PSU, wait for the next chapter.
⬢You're getting closer! Just one more chapter and the assembly is done!
⬢Check the final look, compare it to the picture.
Don't place the steel sheet on the heatbed yet. Wait for the instructions in the Wizard during the calibration process.
⬢Ready for the last assembly part? Let's jump into: 8. Electronics assembly.
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