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Steuerung E1 defekt. ISt es möglich den Extruder am E2 zu betrieben?

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Du musst die Firmware abändern und neu hochladen. Am besten mit der Arduino Software.

Hast Du denn etwas Dummes gemacht, dass der Treiber abgeraucht ist? Ansonsten einfach mal beim Support für ein neues Mainboard nachfragen (iGo3D vermute ich?).

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Danke. Habe alles exakt so gemacht und hat funktioniert. war erst etwas verwirrt, weil ich den UM Orig.+ habe und nicht definiert war, welches board es ist. in der pins.hl hats ja für jedes board etwas ;-)

anwyay. drucker druckt jetzt wieder. garantietausch wird aber noch gemacht bei igo3d. Und nein. Habe nichts dummes gemacht. Der Extruder blieb stehen und es stank.

besten dank (solved)

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