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Maxtemp error on Ulticontroller/Cura

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I had just finished a print and I've recently been seeing Err:MAXTEMP show up on the ulticontroller. At one point the temperature on Ulticontroller read 386 degrees it then suddenly dropped back down. When viewing the Machine log in Cura, I found this:

Changing monitoring state from 'Offline' to 'Detecting serial port'

Serial port list: [u'/dev/tty.usbmodem641', '/dev/cu.Bluetooth-PDA-Sync', '/dev/cu.Bluetooth-Modem', '/dev/cu.usbmodem641']

Connecting to: /dev/tty.usbmodem641

Connected to: Serial<id=0x160e5150, open=True>(port='/dev/tty.usbmodem641', baudrate=115200, bytesize=8, parity='N', stopbits=1, timeout=5, xonxoff=False, rtscts=False, dsrdtr=False), starting monitor

Changing monitoring state from 'Detecting serial port' to 'Detecting baudrate'

Recv: ?nP<HN?Vb!8&6@??9

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Recv: L?K?L?K?IHZ?

Recv: g:&hwL*

Recv: J?Z??I??I?%?{?x?:&?k^>H?$p|?%?%?%h%?x??^J??+^>IJO.X?^X?J?j??j?aHJP|@_a?&??M/M6CL

Recv: I

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Recv: I?6Xkh?4?&H'?H

Recv: I?&HN~

Recv: X?J?z"?Jj?J?J?(jK??

Recv: g

Recv: ?Mah$|4

Recv: ?I?j?I?

Recv: jo?f?JH??JOq?(-?

Recv: ?N?O]?6?+Nm/H?o>FNn~_?~8?^HfNN6a?-HHw&I@~a~?HoBO6Ha&??']h.?

Trying baudrate: 250000

Send: M105

Baudrate test retry: 4

Send: M105

Recv: echo:Unknown command: ""

Recv: ok

Recv: ok T:386.0 /0.0 B:0.0 /0.0 @:0 B@:0

Baudrate test ok: 1

Send: M105

Recv: ok T:386.0 /0.0 B:0.0 /0.0 @:0 B@:0

Baudrate test ok: 2

Send: M105

Recv: ok T:386.0 /0.0 B:0.0 /0.0 @:0 B@:0

Baudrate test ok: 3

Send: M105

Recv: ok T:386.0 /0.0 B:0.0 /0.0 @:0 B@:0

Baudrate test ok: 4

Send: M105

Recv: ok T:386.0 /0.0 B:0.0 /0.0 @:0 B@:0

Baudrate test ok: 5

Send: M105

Recv: ok T:386.0 /0.0 B:0.0 /0.0 @:0 B@:0

Baudrate test ok: 6

Send: M105

Recv: ok T:386.0 /0.0 B:0.0 /0.0 @:0 B@:0

Baudrate test ok: 7

Send: M105

Recv: ok T:386.0 /0.0 B:0.0 /0.0 @:0 B@:0

Baudrate test ok: 8

Send: M105

Recv: ok T:386.0 /0.0 B:0.0 /0.0 @:0 B@:0

Baudrate test ok: 9

Send: M105

Recv: ok T:386.0 /0.0 B:0.0 /0.0 @:0 B@:0

Send: M999

Changing monitoring state from 'Detecting baudrate' to 'Operational'

Send: M105

Send: M105

Recv: Resend: 1

Recv: ok

Recv: ok

Recv: Error:0

Recv: : Extruder switched off. MAXTEMP triggered !

Changing monitoring state from 'Operational' to 'Error: 0: Extruder switched...'

Recv: Error:Printer stopped due to errors. Fix the error and use M999 to restart. (Temperature is reset. Set it after restarting)

This seems to happen after the print is complete and before I start a new print. Not sure what this means and was hoping someone could lend some input. Thanks!

 

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