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Hi everyone,

Proud owner of a Maker Select V2 printer. I've printed several things yesterday including the much needed v-brace to strengthen the machine. However, today i tried connecting to the machine and noticed something strange. The machine refuses to connect. Verified the com, (not in use), control box confirms the connection by showing the symbol which it did before, but stays there for a short while and goes back to connect. Also strange thing is that even the sd card no longer works. I did changed it and 2 other once to confirm it is not the card that may be bad. The machine give no list of the files on the card.

I’ve tested with several laptops both with windows 10. Last one verified the configuration is correct and the arduino drivers were installed. I can't think of any other troubleshooting steps to take. Please help. My second print was great.

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