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It works fine for me. I just tested it. Are you cancelling the print after it starts printing or before?

If all you want to do is stop nozzle temp from increasing after cancelling a print you can turn off power or you can go here:

maintenance->advanced->nozzle temp

 

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It works fine for me. I just tested it. Are you cancelling the print after it starts printing or before?

If all you want to do is stop nozzle temp from increasing after cancelling a print you can turn off power or you can go here:

maintenance->advanced->nozzle temp

 

tks gr5,

Story :The bug was my daughter found :),and question me,how can i fix it when Tune "cancel button " can stop print and the nozzle temp can not go up?

Try: I try to search menu "cancel button" code in firmware,and the function is run "G28",google the G28 code,it means Home.Ok, i understand it. I try other can stop print g code when the nozzle temp is heating,but failure :(

Help:how can i fix it for my daughter? she is very love the printer.:)

 

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