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tjacks98

z-endstop black(Top) isn't working

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Ah, well that doesn't sound too good, then. You should probably contact support then, and arrange a replacement. In the meantime, you really don't need the bottom end-stop in most normal use, so maybe you could swap them around, if the bottom one is ok. You'll need the top one for homing the bed before you start each print.

 

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Ah, well that doesn't sound too good, then. You should probably contact support then, and arrange a replacement. In the meantime, you really don't need the bottom end-stop in most normal use, so maybe you could swap them around, if the bottom one is ok. You'll need the top one for homing the bed before you start each print.

 

Yea, I know that. Do you maybe know where I could get a new one or who/what to contact.

 

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I've never used the bottom endstop. In fact I've only ever used the homing ones (left, front, and top). Cura has software endstops for the other ends by default already. They are nice to have but shouldn't stop you from getting going with printing.

 

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