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Ulticontroller nozzle2 and bed temperature are linked

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Posted · Ulticontroller nozzle2 and bed temperature are linked

Hi,

I'm trying to get my dual extrusion kit to work. As I've made my own heated bed with a non out-of-the-box supported thermistor I had to add a new thermistor table to Marlin. This setup worked fine...

However, after I compiled Marlin with 2 extruders, the bed temperature and the nozzle 2 temperature are linked together in the Ulticontroller display. Changing one also changes the other.

Is this is a known issue? Can it be that my settings are wrong in Configuration.h and/or Configuration_adv.h.

Cheers,

Johan

 

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Posted · Ulticontroller nozzle2 and bed temperature are linked

Could be a bug in your version of Marlin, there have been quite a few issues in the display code a year ago.

 

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Posted · Ulticontroller nozzle2 and bed temperature are linked

Maybe... but I pulled a new version from github today before trying the dual extrusion.

If I find some time I'll have a look at the code responsible for the display...

 

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Posted · Ulticontroller nozzle2 and bed temperature are linked

I think I made a mistake yesterday merging my codebase with the one from github. I pulled a fresh version and applied my patches manually. After building and installing everything seems to work.

The proof is in the pictures ;-)

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Cheers,

Johan

 

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