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Problem with UM2+ display

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Hi all,

After I've selected a category in the UM2+ display such as 'Print', when I attempt to select a model from the available model list, the list scrolls very rapidly (up or down), making it impossible to select an item. IOW, the list does not remain static, it zooms very fast.

I've tried factory reset, switching the printer off and on. Got me beat.

Any input welcome. Thanks.

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The list will scroll quickly if you reach the end of the list and keep going. So, say you just entered the list and scroll upwards (counter clockwise), the list will then quickly scroll to the end.

Does it only show this behaviour in the print menu or does it do it in other places as well? If you scroll on the main menu for example, does it keep switching around between the three choices "randomly"?

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