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Ultimaker Original hardware or software problems

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Hello! I've had my Ultimaker original for quite some time now. It is after 2013 model and has a heated bed attachment that I added. Lately I've had problems with either the software or the hardware of the original. This all happened after a update a couple months ago which i had to reset the adriuno to fix. However, there are still problems where it pauses/moves at a eternally slow rate. I've tested and seen that if i leave the heated bed on after a few layers, it pauses at around the 5 to 9 layer. And when i turn it off after the 1 it goes up to 338 layers. So I'm not quite sure if it is the adriuno and that it can handle the prossessing or if it is with the firmware, of if it is with the cura software. Besides that it prints fine.

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