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Heated Bed not working with Ulticontroller enabled

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So my heated bed has been working great:

http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:30655

But I just hooked up an Ulticontroller i just got, and enabled the Ulticontroller using Daid's excellent firmware builder at:

http://daid.eu/~daid/marlin_build/

And the heated bed no longer works (It was still configured for the heated bed). If I upload firmware without the Ulticontroller enabled the heated bed works.

Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!

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I have the same issue earlier and I resort to download from github/ultimaker/marlin to build it manually. You need to uncomment the #define BED_LIMIT_SWITCHING or #define PIDTEMPBED depending on if you are using a relay or MOSFET to control your bed. Also, don't forget to uncomment the #define ULTICONTROLLER and TEMP_SENSOR_BED to enable the temperature monitoring.

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I can explain this for dummies

"I have the same issue earlier and I resort to download from github/ultimaker/marlin to build it manually. You need to uncomment the #define BED_LIMIT_SWITCHING or #define PIDTEMPBED depending on if you are using a relay or MOSFET to control your bed. Also, don't forget to uncomment the #define ULTICONTROLLER and TEMP_SENSOR_BED to enable the temperature monitoring."

I find github/ultimaker/marlin to build it manually.

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