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reasign pin`s from Ex1 to X

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hi, i had a problem with x pololulu and it´s burned. everythig its working but the X axe not. i dont use a second extruder and i whant to reasing the pins of EX1 to X ax. i found it on marlin firmware but i dond see the pin numeration on the pcb. THX

#define X_STEP_PIN 25

#define X_DIR_PIN 23

#define X_MIN_PIN 22

#define X_MAX_PIN 24

#define X_ENABLE_PIN 27

#define E1_STEP_PIN 49

#define E1_DIR_PIN 47

#define E1_ENABLE_PIN 48

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