Printer: Prusa i3 clone / Anet A8 Arduino IDE: Ver 1.8.12 Firmware: Marlin-2.0.2 anet-board-master: 1.5.6 (from hardware/anet/avr/platform.txt 2018-03-02) Configurations-relese: 2.0.5 (Configuration.h, -adv.h) OS: Windows 10 Board selection: Anet V1.0
I successfully upgraded the stock firmware to a version with bootloader, calibrated and had it running. I started to add features one at a time, recompile and upload. I managed to break it while trying to improve the LCD button debounce which I increased to 25 ms:
#if HAS_ADC_BUTTONS #define ADC_BUTTON_DEBOUNCE_DELAY 16 // (ms) Increase if buttons bounce or repeat too fast #endif
The compile worked, transferred, showed the splash screen and went blank. This repeated on power-cycle. I reversed the change but was unable to restore operation.
I have tried reinstalling Arduino IDE, copying the folders in again and compiling with the default configurations. I'm getting lots of errors and the compiler exits with:
C:\Users\username\AppData\Local\Temp\arduino_build_938465\sketch\src\MarlinCore.cpp:470:11: note: in expansion of macro 'disable_Z' disable_Z(); ^~~~~~~~~ exit status 1 Error compiling for board Anet V1.0.
Can anyone give me some guidance on how to get going again?