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Cause of: Bug fixes GCODE temperature. Fixed M104 temperature commands giving inaccurate results.

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Posted (edited) · Cause of: Bug fixes GCODE temperature. Fixed M104 temperature commands giving inaccurate results.

Just wondering what this bug caused in 3.5.0 ?


I had (or have) a problem with my Creality3D CR 10S.

First it heated the bed plate then stopped heating it when the print started.

Even tho it said to hold 60 degree on the LCD it dropped down to room temperature anyway.

And after restarts of the unit the issue was still there, i was forced to have my unit off for 5-10 minutes minimum and then it worked again. (tried 3 times)


Then i saw this bug. Updated the program and a new gcode. And now the first print seems to hold the temperature (2hr later) So was it this bug or do i still have a problem that might come back?


Edited by Ametz

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