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Trying to change the Z level (NOT the offset) during a print isn't a good idea UNLESS you know that all future moves will be "relative". The M206 (if you use Marlin) is the right way to set it! Depending on the slicer, just create TWO "different" printer definitions and add them to the startup G-codes. If you don't save it, a reset will ...


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I don't understand the reasoning behind a first layer having a different offset from the following layers, but, You can manually add a re-definition of the current height after the first layer, suppose your first layer is 0.2 mm, you just need to tell the printer to move to a slightly higher next layer to redefine this as a different Z-offset. From a G-code ...


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Replace the probe The probe that came with the original BLTouch definitely had issues. There seems to be some slight difference in the original probe and was replaced with a spare probe that comes with the Ender 5+. There was an immediate change in success rate of turning on the device and other measurements. This blog post goes into more details. I was ...


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Try calibrating your Z offset Based on this answer it sounds like the flashing red means there isn't enough clearance between your bed and your probe for it to operate. You might try raising your Z axis up a bit to let the probe achieve the minimum clearance necessary for deploying the probe. My guess is that your Z-offset isn't quite right and it isn't ...


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