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I've got this second hand printer today, but, when I want to start printing, the temperature sets to cooling mode and the print never starts.

CR 10 S Pro display says: Cool...

This is what I've done so far...

  • Upgraded firmware for the board and screen to Tiny Machines latest version.
  • Check temperature manual for bed and nozzle and works fine
  • Level the bed
  • I used Cura with several profiles, even with an Ender 3 profile from my other machine to see if the slicer is the one giving issues

On other G-codes that i tried, the message changes to in the pause and completing percentage is set to 218 %...

Any ideas?

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  • $\begingroup$ Ok, to make things weirder, i try printing using pronterface, so i could get the logs, and its working with the same gcode, i used 2 different sd cards, so could it be the sd card reader? $\endgroup$ – frenciaj Jul 2 at 0:50
  • $\begingroup$ When i use the sd card, still connected to pronterface, it fails sgain and the only error is a warning about homing division something $\endgroup$ – frenciaj Jul 2 at 1:25
  • $\begingroup$ sounds like in flashing your firmware there was some error and you need to re-flash it properly... did you install a bootloader first? $\endgroup$ – Trish Jul 2 at 6:27
  • $\begingroup$ So you check gcode in notepad++. Try find commands to set cooling in code. Maybe it is start gcode on cura or one of value in settings $\endgroup$ – Юрий Jul 2 at 6:32
  • $\begingroup$ @trish The cr10s pro doesnt need a bootloader, i followed the directions from tinymachines and did it twice $\endgroup$ – frenciaj Jul 2 at 11:46

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