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Hi jonatanrullman,

 

This is an undefined error type related to the printer firmware, try to update you printers firmware.

From the picture I see that this is an UM2 or UM2+.

 

There is some report about about this problems, so have a look into this thread:

 

https://community.ultimaker.com/topic/7968-error-stopped-heater-error/

 

You'll find your error type a bit down in this tread.

 

Thanks

 

Torgeir

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Thanks. Unfortunately I'm almost certain that I'm already running Tinker 17.10.1, though it could possibly be 17.10.

The weird thing is that I must have printed 300 hours since I updated the firmware last and this is the first time it has crashed.

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A small update to this.

I immediately restarted the print (though I redid the gcode to print three instead of four copies of the part). Took eight hours with no trouble. Started a new print for two more copies of the same part, also perfect. I'm currently two hours into my next print and still no more sight of this issue.

Very disturbing.

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