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  1. Route the stepper motor wires and the hotend wires as shown.  The wires should exit "up" towards where it would plug into the EMC02 motion controller board.
    • Route the stepper motor wires and the hotend wires as shown. The wires should exit "up" towards where it would plug into the EMC02 motion controller board.

    • Use cable ties to hold the wires against the motor so that they don't rub on the Wade extruder large herringbone gear.

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  2. Route the wires to the EAT0004 module.
    • Route the wires to the EAT0004 module.

    • Note: We'll define which wires go to which terminal block positions in the next step.

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    • Insert wires into the terminal block of the EAT0004 as shown.

    • Pin 1 and 2: Pin 1 goes to the hotend's black wire. Pin 2 goes to the hotend's red wire.

    • Pin 3: Stepper motor red wire

    • Pin 4: Stepper motor gray wire

    • Pin 5: Stepper motor yellow wire

    • Pin 6: Stepper motor green wire

    • Pin 7 and 8: Thermistor (twisted pair, color varies). NOTE: The thermistor doesn't have polarity, you may connect either pin as necessary.

    • NOTE: Some of the stepper motors had a different wire color coding. If your cables have the colors blue, green, red, and black, please use the cross-reference in the second picture displayed in this step.

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