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Something weird from the noobverse

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I was changing out filaments today. I had a roll of PVA already loaded. I was putting on a roll of PLA. When it tried to read the NFC chip, it said "Too many materials detected" and it would not let me select at all. Even when I got to the selection screen, it would kick me out to the warning.

So, shut down, rebooted a few times and nothing changed. So, I took the PVA roll off the spool holder, placed the PLA back on by itself and then it said "PVA not supported on AA Core" or something to that effect. Then it clicked over to seeing the PLA and moved on ahead.

I pulled the PLA spool off, replaced the PVA spool and then the PLA spool and it has been happily printing since.

But, that was strange.....weird even, I tells ya!!

Anybody else seen this? First time since January (Since I started printing) I've had that happen. Usually smooth operations on that front.

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