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The expected power from the supply
is not being drawn. This error may
be caused by a power supply that is
faulty or shorted by some other 50
V device.

Try disconnecting one connector from the power supply at a time. This will determine if another device is causing the error like a print head or the drum heater ect. After disconneting any connector turn it on to see if you still get the same fault. If after turning it on and off and nothing happens then finally change the power supply.

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