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Greetings i have updated my firmware of my Ultimaker2+

Now i tryed printing with PC filement and pauze the print and put in new filement

it gets the old filement out fine but when i try to put new filement in it heats up and cools at the same time.

it will blink on the display cooling down and heating up and will not stop doing that. messed up 2 prints that way already

it is doing that with my PC filement and PLA

i wonder how i can fix this or is it a known problem and will be fixed soon?

i dint find it on the forum

Grtz Lex

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i dint find it on the forum

 

https://ultimaker.com/en/community/22287-material-change-during-printing

https://ultimaker.com/en/community/22383-pause-at-height-nozzle-temp-alternating-cooling-heating-quick-fix

 

i wonder how i can fix this or is it a known problem and will be fixed soon?

 

I assume it will be fixed with the next Cura release, but for now i would just re-install the previous firmware version. The easiest way would be to start the previous Cura version again and install the default firmware from there.

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