Dear Forum Readers,
(This was written prior to Claudio’s most recent post I just did not get around to finishing the post till after a work call I had to take)
Everything has been resolved with Claudio.
However I still suggest better outlining replacement part sources and specific part # directly in your support section, a video would go a long way too for your support guides or pictures.
Basically it ended in I made the smallest mistake in getting a wrong length (3W output(like many other hotends use) instead of 7W) resistor, ( you should also note that I could have gotten a 4.7 Ohm like the burned out one in my unit (could not read text on it due to damage)) and basically tough cookies on my thermistor that is exactly right but .16mm larger than the burnt out one and thus does not fit into the heater block. So my options are try to get a refund from digikey on something that costs almost nothing or file/machine out the hole and void the remainder of my Buda 2.0 warranty.
Regardless I won’t be able to get this printer up & running for another week + at least as I am not going to get rush shipping again from digikey or any other source for $50.
My end decision here is I most likely will the components I need to get this up and running and then put in for a Prusa Nozzle or a B3 Pico (if it ever releases). I would prefer a all metal hotend that can handle a powerful heater core with a consistent diameter instead of a resistor.