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lol.  Yeah you have the wrong firmware.  Probably UM2 firmware.  Where did you get it?  I recommend tinker Marlin version 16.01 (scroll way down) here.  Also it's important to do a "factory reset" from the menu system after you update Marlin at this point as if you don't it might keep using UM2 values on your UM2go and other issues.






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6 hours ago, cloudmind said:

For some reason i can't install custom firmware, it just tells that it is but after ½ hour, just canlet

It shouldn't take more than 1 minute.  Feel free to power off after 2 minutes and try again.


6 hours ago, cloudmind said:

whent back to cura 3.3.1 and used the firmware updater from that.


That works also!  Make sure to do "FACTORY RESET" on the menu system.  It will force you to relevel but is important when changing from a UM2 to a UM2go firmware.

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