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Flickering in LCD

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Has anyone experienced the content on the LCD jumping 1 pixel to the right every once in a while?

I have noticed while I use it that it occationally happens, perhaps once every minute or two ut only when servicing the printer.

- Droopas

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I seen it on mines running tinkergnome FW.

Had lcd glitching on my kossel printer.

Turn out to be a stepper motor wire to close to the lcd cables.

Its probably the same problem here

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I seen it on mines running tinkergnome FW.

Had lcd glitching on my kossel printer.

Turn out to be a stepper motor wire to close to the lcd cables.

Its probably the same problem here

 

That must be why they started shipping new Ultimakers with ferrite cores. Hmm... Time to find some ferrite.

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