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UM3E stays stuck in heating bed procedure BUG!

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I am having a issue every time I print.

I launch the print, and the printer stays stuck at the heating bed procedure.

When I go in the menu Tune, I can see that the bed is stuck between 108-109°C , instead of 110°C.


Even if a leave for more than one hour, the only way I have found is to manually set the ref of the heating bed to 109°C then the printer goes to the next step of heating the head etc... and print correctly.

Thanks for the help

PS: Printer with latest firmware, print sent by ethernet.

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Apparently 110 is at the max of what the bed is capable of....

for what material do you need 110? even for ABS in never go over 100.

So if you really need it, stick to something like 107c but maybe reconsider and go even lower, saves also a lot of heatup time. Also I assume you close the front of the machine, assuming you use ABS? this also saves a lot of issues and heating time.

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OHHHH I did'nt see that! One time I was just looking into the custom profiles into cura, but I then went back to Recommended but the options in the custom menu stays!! Did not know that! Thanks for the reply, it explains why my print was not really good.

Not really logic for me this menu, if you go to recommended , it shoud put the values in default mode!

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