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Tinker firmware - UM2+ Extended getting ER07 on home head with 16.12.1

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Hi there!

I immediately get a "ER07 Error Stopped X or Y switch broken" on home head.

With original firmware everything (including printing) works fine. Its a UM2 Extended which has been upgraded to Plus (by myself).

Before the printer was upgraded I used a older TinkerFirmware on it. I think it was 15.10.x.

I also tried 16.03.1 but same issue.

See

https://www.dropbox.com/s/v3h8kklk25viyux/originalfirmware.mp4?dl=0

and

https://www.dropbox.com/s/7qvtn6skva6c5eo/tinkerfirmware.mp4?dl=0

Anyone with the same issue?

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Installing the recent original firmware corrupts some of the stored "tinker settings" (and vice versa).

Check (at least) the preferences for "Print area" (or make a factory reset to restore the defaults):

https://ultimaker.com/en/community/22363-help-upgraded-tinkergnome-firmware-now-i-get-x-or-y-switch-broken

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