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will3053

printer stops durring prints

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I was printing some stuff out today and everything was going fine. I tried to print a keychain out that I have done many of times before, but the printer would stop after about 5 minuets into the print. when it would stop printing it would move the bed down a good 3 inches, and the head would "home" in the back right corner instead of the front left corner. I have restarted my computer and have let the printer sit turned off for a half an hour, and have reset the print settings in cura back to default.

has anyone had this problem, or know what's going on and how to fix it?

I have been printing for the last 2 weeks and have been running in to lots of problems with this ultimaker, but have gotten most of them solved thanks to you guys of this forum.

 

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