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UM2+ printjob remains undone but the actual print is finished successfully

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Hi there,

3 months ago my Ultimaker 2+ started to show a strage behavior at approx. every 2nd print. It finished the print successfully but it was not homing after finishing the last layer. It stayed right above the model, setting a big blob of filament onto the freshly printed model.

I tried to fix this by sending another homing command by using the endscript section in Simplify3D. Now it homes correctly but the display still pretends, that there is 1 more second to go.

I don't know if anything is broken... I checked the firmware already and I'm using the most recent one.

Did anyone of you ever experience such a problem? The printer is one year old by now. Can I somehow send it in for repair? Thanks for your advices in advance. I don't think it's the endstops, because homing works every time now. It has to be something else...

Cheers

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