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Mark 2 Firmware On The Mark two Modification Problems

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Hears hoping I can get some help on the firmware for the Mark Two Modification, I have been using the printer with the second head turned off for some days until I got some kind of reply from my other threads, all was OK until last night for some reason the printer is uninstalling the Filament at the end of the print,, I did an 8 hr print two days ago and the print was perfect,, I am using Simplyfy 3d and the ending scripts are the same for the 8 hr print and the 90 min print I did last night, I repeated the 90 min print today and again at the end of the print the filament unloaded completely??????

 

my ending script is 

 

E-5.00 F500

G1 F2000 Z120.0

G28 X0 ; home x axis

M104 S0 ;turn off heaters

M140 S0 ;turn off bed

M84 ; Disable motors

 

Any Help appreciated 

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Thank you for taking the time to reply, the rest is that in the firmware and once initiated will I have to do the setup of the machine again , like the z heights, bed levelling, steps,, I had to reverse the extruder motors in firmware for them to work correctly,, so after a reset this will have to be redone ????

 

Don't know why suddenly this has happened I thought it might be a bug from S3D as some of the end code has E- 70000 but that is in code I knew worked (8 Hr print),

 

The end of the print retracts the filament half way through the Bowden..

 

 

Thanks

 

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