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  1. I will try that to see what happens. I was going to try Octoprint, but Octoprint takes a while to set up. Thank you for the suggestion! (On a side note, I would be quite annoyed if it was something so simple XD )
  2. I did and it sent this back SENDING:M301 H1 P25.94 Attempted to write invalid text to console, which could be due to an invalid baudrate
  3. I probably should have tried that! Unfortunately, it still gave be errors. (I checked every single baudrate and I got the same error) >>>M301 P24.99 I2.10 D74.21 SENDING:M301 P24.99 I2.10 D74.21 Attempted to write invalid text to console, which could be due to an invalid baudrate
  4. Hello again! It seems I'm still having issues with the printer. (I reran the test, so that's why I have different numbers) >>>M301 P:24.99 SENDING:M301 P:24.99 Attempted to write invalid text to console, which could be due to an invalid baudrate echo:Unknown command: "24.99" >>>M301 Kp:24.99 SENDING:M301 Kp:24.99 Attempted to write invalid text to console, which could be due to an invalid baudrate echo:Unknown command: "24.99" >>>M301 Kp: 24.99 SENDING:M301 Kp: 24.99 Attempted to write invalid text to console, which could be due to an invalid baudrate echo:Unknown command: " 24.99" >>>M301 H1 Kp: 24.99 SENDING:M301 H1 Kp: 24.99 Attempted to write invalid text to console, which could be due to an invalid baudrate echo:Unknown command: " 24.99" >>>M301 Kp: 24.99 Ki: 2.10 Kd: 74.21 SENDING:M301 Kp: 24.99 Ki: 2.10 Kd: 74.21 Attempted to write invalid text to console, which could be due to an invalid baudrate echo:Unknown command: " 24.99 Ki" echo:Unknown command: " 2.10 Kd" echo:Unknown command: " 74.21" Any idea how this would be fixed? Thanks!
  5. I'll try that in a few days, once I have the time. Pronterface had been giving me issues already, so I'm not surprised I had issues again.
  6. Ok, so I tried that, and that caused the printer to stop printing things altogether. I wrote the G.Code like this: M301 P25.78 I2.26 D73.40 (Pronterface said "Sending" when I tried uploading it so I have no clue what it actually sent) After I sent that I sent "M500", however, I did so with no confirmation that the machine had actually received the M301 command, so that was a pretty stupid move on my part. (Through a quick firmware refresh I got the printer back to its old state, including the heater issue, unfortunately)
  7. So, just to clarify, I would enter in those new PID values through Pronterface, then save them via the M500 command so that the printer uses those every time it starts a print instead.
  8. Hello all! I was having some issues with my printer (Prusa i3 MK2) and it holding temp. A friend of mine, and their support team, recommended I try adjusting the PID settings. Using Pronterface I was able to get some new PIDs from Marlin's Auto PID Tune feature, however, I have no idea how I should implement this. I tried putting this onto a G.Code file, but it didn't work. (Surprise! Well, not really) I understand you could go into the files of Cura and change it in there, but the guide I found here was for Cura 2.1.2 (or something similar), and the files have changed since then (I'm running 2.3.1). How exactly should I implement my PID tune? Thank you, and sorry to bother you! Happy printing!
  9. Hello there! I've been trying to tune my 3D printer (Prusa i3 MK2) and I was running into problems with keeping the fan off on the first layer. I can't figure out which settings I need to adjust to turn the fan off in order for the first layer to come out better. Sorry to bother you with such a silly question!
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