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Hans3003

Lift Switch Kalibrieren UM3

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Hallo,

nach einem Gespräch mit dem um Support soll ich nun den Lift Switch Kalibrieren, da dieser bei mir nach dem FW Update nicht mehr stimmt.

Hab da leider keinerlei Anleitungen gefunden im netz, komm zwar dort hin wo man Kalibrieren soll, will da aber nichts kaputt machen bei ner falschen Einstellung. Hat das schon mal jemand gemacht ? Sind ja nur 2 Schritte, die man da machen muss.

Wie ist dann die Grundeinstellung vom UM3, Düse 2 ein oder ausgefahren ?

Factory Reset bringt leider nichts, da dort leider die Switch Position nicht gespeichert ist.

Danke

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Hi,

eigentlich sollte dir der Drucker sagen was du zu tun hast. Eigentlich musst du wenn du dazu aufgefordert wirst, den Lifswitch erstmal zu dir bewegen. Dann den Druckkopf an die Stelle bewegen (von Hand) so dass der Switch in diesem Halter auf der rechten Seite gut passt.

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