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I am printing a vase, which had an very long printing time. The estimated printing time (Cura) was about 56 hours.

Normaly the Ulticrontroller shows me the progress status in % and it works correctly. After about 23 hours the progres status switch from 22% to 0% at this printing project. Today, after about 14 hours, the progress status swiched again to 0%.

Is this a normal behavior / bug?

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Seems to be a "normal bug" - had the same with a 17 hours print, counter was at 22% when it was finished.

Didn't file a bug report, but posted a note of it in "Marlin" Section of the Forum (as Marlin is the firmware that drives the machine and controls the Ulticontroller)

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