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NK2W

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  1. YES, the ER52 message repeated but that was NOT actually the problem! I finally found a broken piece of PVA filament NOT in the material station as the ER52 error indicated, but higher, in the Bowden tube -- between the decoupler and the Printer Feeder. I disconnected the Bowden tube directly beneath the #2 feeder and there it was. Pulled out the broken piece and was back in business. That said, here's a message I received from Ultimaker support AFTER I located and corrected the problem: "...Ultimaker has identified some cases where PVA filament breaks when loaded in th
  2. I installed an S5 Bundle several days ago and made ONE print using Cura 4.5, which printed beautifully. This morning I tried to print a second print of the same model and sadly got the dreaded ER52 error on the material station SUPPORT filament (No. 2) decoupler. Repeated reboots and attempts all failed. Sure, I guess I COULD print by bypassing (disabling) the material station and printing as a stand-alone S5, but that's not what I paid nearly $10K for! Given the myriad complaints I see regarding this problem I have to agree: this unit is NOT rea
  3. DITTO! I installed an S5 Bundle several days ago and made ONE print using Cura 4.5, which printed beautifully. This morning I tried to print a second print of the same model and sadly got the dreaded ER52 error on the material station SUPPORT filament (No. 2) decoupler. Repeated reboots and attempts all failed. Sure, I guess I COULD print by bypassing (disabling) the material station and printing as a stand-alone S5, but that's not what I paid nearly $10K for! Given the myriad complaints about this problem I have to agree: this unit is NOT ready for prime ti
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