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After Firmware Update, Cannot Send Printjobs to 3E through Cura Connect

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Posted (edited) · After Firmware Update, Cannot Send Printjobs to 3E through Cura Connect

Last week, I updated the firmware on my S5 (with material station and air manager) to 5.5.12.  I also updated Cura to 4.5.  Since then, I have not been able to get any print jobs to start thru Cura Connect on my 3E (with 5.2.11 firmware) that is hosted by the S5.

Cura Connect says "Unexpected Printer Status:  The selected 3D printer reports an unexpected status.  Ensure that your printers have the latest version of the firmware, or delete and resubmit this print job to try again."

Also, I just noticed the Cura Connect window says "This printer is currently unable to accept new print jobs" for the 3E (in the Print Jobs window).

This all worked great before the firmware / Cura update.  Any suggestions?

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Posted · After Firmware Update, Cannot Send Printjobs to 3E through Cura Connect

Have you tired doing a Cure connect reset on the printer?

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