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Disabling Standby Temperature

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Hello Forum!  I'm using a recently purchased dual extruder RepRap G-code printer.  This printer's controller does not support standby temperature functionality and I'm getting weird results shifting extruders.  Instead of falling back to standby temperature, the extruder not being used ramps up to the alternate extruder temp then falls to 0°C.  My printer manufacturer informed me that I need to shut off the standby temperature functionality, but I have no idea how to go about it.  Changing the standby temperature to 0°C has no effect.  I suspect a post processing script is needed to remove G-code driving this function, but not being a programmer I'm not sure how to go about it.

 

For now it would be acceptable to just leave the extruders at operating temperature and handle oozing with increased extraction distance.  

 

Your help would be greatly appreciated.

 

Thanks!

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