1. Raise the bed a little over half way up the Z axis. You can do this manually by twisting the threaded rod in the clockwise direction, or from the Motor Controls on the printer touchscreen (around 200 mm).
2. Turn the printer off (if you have not done so already). Then remove your print bed and place it off to the side. Find the circuit board with gold pogo pins near the back of the bed carrier plate. Unscrew the four screws holding the circuit board to the carrier plate.
3. Unclip the connector that attaches the circuit board to the bed cable, then remove the board.
4. Look underneath the bed support plate just behind the back right thumbscrew. You’ll find a black zip tie which is securing the bed cable to the support plate. Cut the zip tie to free the cable.
5. Lift the bed cable and bring it forward to the front of the machine.
6. Look on the underside of the new replacement bed. You’ll find a black connector. This edge of the bed will face towards the back of the machine.
7. Clip the bed cable into the bed connector. Make sure the connectors fully latch.
8. Place the print bed back on the carrier plate, with the four magnets properly seated. Be sure to clear the bed cable so it's not pinched underneath the bed.
9. Route the cable in the space behind the bed, so that the slack in the cable is directed off to the side of the bed.
10. Loop the cable slack off to the side of the bed, such that when the bed is in the home position (all the way to the bottom) the cable does not get crushed underneath the bed.
11. Check your connectivity by heating the bed from the Temperature Controls on the touchscreen. If you need further assistance with installation, please contact our customer service team. Happy printing!