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Marlin won't verify

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I am currently trying to install Marlin to help with communication errors.

I am getting the current errors when I click the verify and I get the following errors. (see attached pic)

I assume this isn't what is supposed to happen correct?


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As far as I know, using arduino 1.0 needs some changes to the code... And marlin b1 may compile with arduino 1 or not (I had no problem with the most recent code)

I would install arduino 023 or something like that...

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everything worked, has crazy speed now and my machine couldn't keep up with it. The y axis was catching (it was always a little stiff). The brass bushings never really slid nice on the shafts. I took the machine apart and polished the insides of the bushings with 320 grid sandpaper wrapped around a dowel. Got it to the point where it would slide if you tilted the shaft. Now every thing is working.

I need to adjust all my settings again to get smooth prints.

Some of the models won't enable to the "Build" button after generating Gcode. Need to figure out what that is.


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