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Updating the firmware causes feeder to freak out.

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Hello, today I realized that the pause at z didn't really pause as it went straight back to printing. I updated the firmware to fix this, and now the feeder will constantly skip and stutter starting five minutes into the print. It has stuttered before, I understand it is to prevent the grinding but now it stutters constantly without extruding until it eventually starts grinding and spinning extremely fast. Also, going straight is no problem but it takes curves and anything where it uses both x and y motors extremely slow and loud as if some motors are fighting each other. Is this common in the newest firmware, and is there any way to revert back or fix this?

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