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Heat bed temp sensor input

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Hi,

I've connected the heat bed to the 2nd temp input but just read that it should have been the 3rd. not wanting to move and resolder the temp sense resistor, i wanted to see if this is the required change in software to make it work with the second temp sensor..

this is from pins.h. So change

#define HEATER_BED_PIN 4

#define TEMP_BED_PIN 10

 

#define HEATER_1_PIN 3

#define TEMP_1_PIN 9

 

to

#define HEATER_BED_PIN 3

#define TEMP_BED_PIN 9

 

#define HEATER_1_PIN 4

#define TEMP_1_PIN 10

 

Is there anything else that I would need to change?

 

Reza

 

 

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