I am sorry, it was actually not a firmware problem. It was just a material grinding problem that occurred in the middle of the print. When I came back and saw just one out of four objects, I wrongly assumed that the printer stopped after the first one.
Today I started a new print and noticed it was just a grinding problem.
If any of the forum admin feel it is better to delete this thread, please go on.
In the case that you are printing with an SD card, it might be that your SD card is corrupted. If so, have you tried another SD card? And do you use 'safely remove SD card'?
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