Creality Hotend Thermistor

Original replacement thermistor for your Creality 3D printer

  • Original spare part
  • Available for various 3D printers
  • $5.99

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Item no.: CRE-3005030047, Content: 1 pc

EAN: 3005030047

  • Original spare part
  • Available for various 3D printers
Ender 3: $5.99
Ender 3 Pro: $5.99
Ender 3 V2: $5.99
Ender 5: $5.99
Ender 5 Pro: $5.99
Ender 5 Plus: $5.99
Ender 6: $5.99
CR-6 SE: $5.99
CR-10 Mini: $5.99
CR-10: $5.99
CR-10S: $5.99
CR-10-S4: $5.99
CR-10 Max: $5.99
CR-10S Pro: $8.24
CR-10S Pro V2: $8.24
CR-10 V2: $8.24
CR-10 V3: $8.24
CR-5 Pro: $8.24
CR-20 Pro: $7.08

Product information & technical details

Item no.: CRE-3005030047
Manufacturer No.: 3005030047
Manufacturers: Creality
Content: 1 pc

Description

This is an original replacement thermistor (hot end) for your Creality 3D printer if your existing thermistor is worn or damaged.

Questions & Answers about Creality Hotend Thermistor

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  • Will any of these work for the Ender 3 Max

    1 Answer, last answered on 20 August 2021

  • would this work on an Ender 3 v2 ?? what type of thermistor is it?

    1 Answer, last answered on 05 March 2021

  • I need a thermistor and heater cartridge at 1.5 m long cable Would any of these suit that Thanks

    1 Answer, last answered on 01 December 2020

  • Would any of these work with an Ender 5 Plus please? I will be able to solder a different plug/socket, if need be.

    1 Answer, last answered on 24 September 2020

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