So was cleaning my hot end with a wire brush (why didn’t I read earlier!) and wonder if I have blown the rambo board
After firing up the printer to print something I noticed the printer wasn’t doing the auto leveling process properly and when trying to send commands to move the bed noticed it wasn’t moving backwards but it would move forwards.
I’ve followed this post - https://forum.lulzbot.com/t/y-axis-wont-move-back/5772/1 - and disconnected the wires to the end stop but still getting the following when running the M119 command:
< Reporting endstop status
< x_min: open
< x_max: open
< y_min: TRIGGERED
< y_max: open
< z_min: open
< z_max: open
Can anyone recommend what to check next?
Seen some other posts about checking the hot end for shorts but not sure what else I should check for. Thinking back I think I may have done this as the printer reset itself and OctoPrint had a status message saying it had been reset.
Really hope I haven’t blown the board Don’t want to open up the side without following some prescriptive instructions this time!