Image 1/1: 2.5 mm spanner
  • Needle-nose pliers

  • 2.5 mm spanner

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Image 1/1: LCD-knob
  • LCD-cover

  • LCD-knob

  • LCD-support

  • LCD-cable-clip

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Image 1/2: Ensure the correct orientation of parts and the LCD controller. Image 2/2: Slide the LCD-support parts on the LCD-controller.
  • Prepare the LCD controller and LCD-support printed parts as shown in the picture.

  • Ensure the correct orientation of parts and the LCD controller.

  • Slide the LCD-support parts on the LCD-controller.

  • The exact position will be adjusted in the next step, no need to worry at this moment.

  • You can now remove the protective foil from the LCD panel.

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Image 1/1: LCD-support parts must face directly into the cutouts in the LCD-cover.
  • Adjust the LCD-support parts as shown in the picture.

  • LCD-support parts must face directly into the cutouts in the LCD-cover.

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Image 1/2: Press it as deep as possible. Image 2/2: The LCD controller must click under support in the center of the LCD-cover.
  • Press the LCD controller with the LCD-support into the LCD-cover as shown in the picture.

  • Press it as deep as possible.

  • The LCD controller must click under support in the center of the LCD-cover.

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Image 1/3: Using the 2.5mm hex spanner, secure the LCD controller in place. Image 2/3: Using the 2.5mm hex spanner, secure the LCD controller in place. Image 3/3: Using the 2.5mm hex spanner, secure the LCD controller in place.
  • M3x10 screws (2 pcs)

  • Using the 2.5mm hex spanner, secure the LCD controller in place.

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Image 1/2: Image 2/2:
  • Assemble the LCD-knob part as shown in the picture.

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Image 1/2: Cable with 1 stripe has to be plugged in the connector labeled with EXP1. Image 2/2: Cable with 2 stripes has to be plugged in the connector labeled with EPX2.
  • Plug in the cables as shown in the picture.

  • Cable with 1 stripe has to be plugged in the connector labeled with EXP1.

  • Cable with 2 stripes has to be plugged in the connector labeled with EPX2.

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Image 1/2: Best way is to press the LCD assembly on the top threaded rod first and then on the bottom. Image 2/2: Guide the LCD cables in between threaded rods as in the picture.
  • Press the LCD assembly onto the front side of the Y-axis.

  • Best way is to press the LCD assembly on the top threaded rod first and then on the bottom.

  • Guide the LCD cables in between threaded rods as in the picture.

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Image 1/3: Image 2/3: Image 3/3:
  • Use the zipties to anchor the LCD assembly to the threaded rods.

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Image 1/2: Reverse direction of each of the clip, to prevent side movement of the cables. Image 2/2: Reverse direction of each of the clip, to prevent side movement of the cables.
  • Guide the LCD cables using LCD-clips as seen in the picture.

  • Reverse direction of each of the clip, to prevent side movement of the cables.

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Image 1/1: You can continue by assembling the PSU and the heatbed in the next chapter -  [guide|109].
  • Congratulations! You've attached the LCD to the Prusa i3 3D printer!

  • You can continue by assembling the PSU and the heatbed in the next chapter - 7. PSU & Heatbed assembly.

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