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Posted · BB 0.8 print core identifies as AA 0.8



My new ultimaker S5 registered a BB 0.8 core as AA 0.8 and thus refuses to load PVA.


Can anyone point me towards how to re-program the core through the I2C?



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    Posted · BB 0.8 print core identifies as AA 0.8

    Wow.  You are the second person today with this complaint.  A solution is here (follow link).  If you have further questions please post on that thread.



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