It has nothing to do with the Cura version. Also technical it is not possible, because the leveling is a firmware feature, which kicks in before the gcode is executed.
There could be several reasons for this:
- print core
- part fans or the wires of the fans
- sensor board
- a loose wire of the sensor board
- the bed height, when using the thumb screw (you could try to bring it a bit higher or lower)
- electrical interferences
- the lift switch of the printhead is not working correctly
It is really hard to find and to solve. I also have seen personally the issue you have described, that it is working after the retry.
You can also search the forum here for other postings and advises, there are a lot. Or just contact your reseller for further help. Unfortunately it is nothing where we can say, hey do xyz and then it is fixed. Sorry!
We are experiencing a similar problem on our S5, whereby the "Active Levelling....." throws up an error. The button is pressed to tell the printer the part has been removed, then then printer asks, "Do you want to print again?", we then press YES, and "Auto Levelling is fine after that.
It ALWAYS occurs after the printer has been inactive for a day or so.......the nozzle is free from plastic and is also clean.
Only started to occur after Cura Version: 4.13.0Edited by Carbon
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