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Posted (edited) · XVico x3s stuck on filament loop HELP

I Just set up and put together my printer, When I sliced a model in cura with the settings recommended from the xvico3d.com manual. When I hit print. The screen shows 2 arrows in and out.. Then a few seconds later it shows "Heating nozzle temperture" Slecect OK. When I hit okay. THe print screen flashes up and then disappears back to the first screen that shows Printer > Filament Screen with Two areas and an OK button. A few seconds later it shows again "Heating Filiment" Press when ready OK. It says this continually. WHen I hit OK, the print proceeds for 3 seconds then lifts up and the screen appears again to hit OK, ect... It never gets out of this.. Does anyone now what is going on?

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    Posted · XVico x3s stuck on filament loop HELP

    Maybe it's best to contact xvico3d if you have specific issues. I don't think that anyone here has that specific printer, so it will be almost impossible for people to help you with printer specific issues.

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    Posted · XVico x3s stuck on filament loop HELP

    The gcode that Cura comes up with is pretty generic at the start.  Heat the bed, heat the hot end, Auto-Home, start printing.

    If there is something that Xvico put into the startup gcode, or into their firmware, then they need to explain it to you.

    I can't make any promises but if you post the gcode file I can take a look.  If you received a sample file on the SD card that came with the printer - does the sample work OK?

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