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Posted (edited) · Wrong nozzle temp, how did it happen?
Hadn't used my UM2+ since I got my S5 sometime ago.
But today I started it up again. Began with a factory reset to get rid of any changes I might have done and forgotten about.
Then levelled the bed and started a PLA print.
First thing I noticed was that it heated the nozzle to 240 C, even though PLA material is set to 210 C. I double checked that.
Any ideas of how this might have happened? Aborted and restarted the print several times. The temp was always set to 240 despite PLA Material setting is 210.
I also checked Printers --> Machine settings in Cura, no odd settings there.

I reloaded and re-selected material. No difference.
I checked the gcode, there are no temp-settting commands in the gcode.
Edited by X-Type
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