Hey all, I'm new to all of this, but I'm running into an issue that doesn't seem very normal.
When I start my print using Cura (updated software and firmware) the machine begins to calibrate. After the nozzle first wipes itself, the plate moves back to its furthest Y position. As soon as it reaches the max distance, the machine disconnects and the print stops; the fan stops; heat is turned off... it's almost as if the machine turns off other than the red glow of the power switch is still on.
The odd thing is that if I manually pull the board towards me, I can hear a small click and the fan turns on again. If I move it to the furthest Y position, I hear a click and the machine turns off again. It's all about that click position. I'm imagining it's the stepper motor towards the back of the machine sending a signal that the plate has reached the maxY. I don't understand why it would turn off the machine though.
Has anyone else run into this issue?
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Sounds more like that limit switch is shutting the supply down.
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