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Ultimaker 2 extended + with proper update now runs backwards (FIXED)

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Hello,

So i just got this Ultimaker 2 + extended printer and I went through the start up process with no problem but when I downloaded cura and updated the printer with the correct version the printers feeder started running backwards and I can not fix it whether its factory resetting it or retrying to update the printer and I have no idea what to do.

Also I bought it from a person on ebay so I have no clue what they were doing with it before but it seemed to run fine until I updated it with cura.

if anyone can help me that would be very helpful

thanks

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Hi,

if you are really sure that you create and "Ultimaker 2 Extended+" in Cura 2.5 and the uploaded the latest firmware, then everything should work fine.

Otherwise I could imagine that (for whatever reason) the other person reversed the wires on the feeder motor.

Usually this problem happens when the firmware thinks you have an Ultimaker 2 and not a 2+

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