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Latest Marlin with working endstops on Beta UM?

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Hello,

I have been playing around with Marlin on my older UM Beta.

Everything looks to work fine, but sometimes I have skewed parts.

I have a somewhat older version made ready for Beta UM by Hendrik Leusink.

I try to upgrade to a newer version of Marlin, but all the versions I tried don't respond on the endstops.

Is there a way to make the latest firmware to be used in the Beta UM?

Geo Hagen.

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I try to upgrade to a newer version of Marlin, but all the versions I tried don't respond on the endstops.

You're not the only one... I've experienced this as well and would also be interested to know what the story is with this.

The tagged Marlin 1.0 B1 (https://github.com/ErikZalm/Marlin/tags) doesn't experience it... but then again that's probably what you've already been using.

Mike

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