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Ultimaker 2 Nozzle Height Calibration issues after uploading Custom E3D firmware.

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When I go to set the z height for my nozzle with the bed leveling procedures, the nozzle always starts too high. In order to correct for that I have to take out the build plate and set the z height lower than the bed location in order to compensate for what seems like a Z offset. Is there a place in the firmware I can change this?

I also have a mod on my bed which is a sheet of PEI double side taped on the build plate to help with ABS adhesion, but that shouldn't be causing an issue. This was not an issue previous to the new firmware update, and I have ran through the calibrations about 20 times with the bed both hot and cold.

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