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Posted (edited) · UM3: Can't seem to level 2nd head

At some point the 2nd print head got out of level, so low that even by the 3rd-4th layer the right core can't extrude anything. I've tried removing it and reseating it, no help. Tried reseating the other core. So I started running manual and automatic levels. 2nd head is still too low. I have the 1st (left) print core levelled beautifully, giving me the best first layers since I got the machine.


Am I missing something obvious?


-Oliver

-- Addendum

Today it keeps trying to autolevel with the 2nd/right print core lowered, causing it to fail. I remounted both cores, manually levelled fine, and now it's doing this: 

 

Edited by kfsone
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    Posted (edited) · UM3: Can't seem to level 2nd head

    Think checking if the sensor is ok could be a fist step.

     

    In my S5 it's under Maintenance / Diagnostics / Leveling sensor test

    correction; I see you have an ultimaker3 (not S3), so it's under Maintenance / Diagnostics / Bed Level Sensor.

     

    Another common issue is a not proper;ly seated cable connector in the printhead. Unscrew the back to screws of the printhead, open the cover, push the connector to make sure its seated well.

     

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    pictures are from here (USA Ultimaker manufacturer support pages);

    https://fbrc8.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/115004541446-Printhead-Ultimaker-3-Ultimaker-3-Extended-

     

     

    Edited by ultiarjan
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