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Auto level sequence is backwards

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I’ve had a half a dozen table adjustments so far and each time it performs this it goes to the right, flips the #2 nozzle down and checks the height of #1 nozzle and then vice versa. The comment it makes is that the difference between the two nozzles is not within spec. 

It prints fine if I just ignore the warning. I’m concerned this may lead to something more serious. What should I do?

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What printer is this?  Um3?  S5?

 

It's important that the nozzles on the cores have no plastic on the tip as that gives a leveling error.

 

Personally, on my UM3, I haven't done autoleveling in over a year.  I prefer the manual leveling.  You don't have a choice however on the S5 (current firmware version anyway).

 

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