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Abort Purge Won't Stop, UM3

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Posted · Abort Purge Won't Stop, UM3

Sometimes when I have a tricky print I need to abort a few times before I get the thing to stick or print right.  Once maybe every 10 aborts the printer will try to purge the entire reel of filament.  I've had this problem for quite a while but never thought much of it as it just needed a quick power cycle  and bed lower to fix.  It had not happened for a while before today.  I will grab the logs once my current print is finished. I usually use the abort on the printer itself but seem to recall doing an abort through Cura and having the same issue at one point.

 

Anyone else come across this?

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Posted · Abort Purge Won't Stop, UM3

I have had it get stuck on the first pile up twice in just over a year. But nothing consistent.

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