oh i did something more stupid in the early days.
I took the silly default plastic shroud off the fan and decided i'd keep it in case it was useful later.
so i put it under the bed.
then i printed a 9hr print which was max height and one side of the bed hit this shroud, which bent but didn't give way - the bed actually tilted by a degree or two on one side before the print was ruined. so then i panicked and pulled the power and shutdown - without making a note of where it had gotten to.
but i recovered the print. it took 2 a4 pages of math and a lot of trial and error to calculate how to resume a twisted print from an unknown stopping point. so don't give up yet - yours should be easy to fix
We made the same mistake here at UM last week. Now we are putting the flat cables from the underside of the machine instead of trough the hole and hang them on the side.
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