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error 210246 ultimaker 3

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I've never seen that before. Did you print from the USB stick? If so I would copy the gcode file from USB back to your hard drive and compare it to the original .gcode file if you have it. Also open the gcode in a text editor and jump down to that line: 210246. I'm guessing that area of your gcode file is all corrupt.

If it is corrupt I would NOT delete the gcode file but rename it to "bad" or something so you never use that part of the USB again.

Is it possible you pulled the USB drive out of your computer before it finished copying? Or maybe you should get a new USB drive. The USB stick that came with my UM3 was very unreliable. I replaced it with a cheap one from amazon ($8?) and have had no problems since.

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