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    What can cause this issue:

    First of all, sorry if it's not the best place to post it.I am facing this issue (see attached pictures) and I have no idea why. I have a CR-10 Mini with just few hours of use. Although I didn't know how to properly adjust it. The Y belt tension is apparently correct.I'm using TH3D firmware (latest version), but the same was happening with Marlin 1.1.9.I already tried re-installing the stock firmware unsuccessfully (The LCD gets all messed)What can cause this?
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    When Flashing firmware one step is alluded, YOu need to restore the Firmware defaults settings.

    This can be accomplished in a couple ways.

    First Way.
    Using a terminal that can send G-Code.
    M502 reverts to the default "factory settings". You still need to store them in EEPROM
    M500 stores parameters in EEPROM

    Second Way.
    Using the LCD with Marlin loaded
    Store Memory and Load Memory


    Explained

    Load Memory loads the stored settings from EEPROM, and overwrites whatever is currently in the Controllers RAM
    Store Memory stores the values to EEPROM, which makes them the default settings at boot.

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    I didn't know that. I used to do autotune only but never saw any real improvement.

    Thank you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roberts_Clif View Post
    When Flashing firmware one step is alluded, YOu need to restore the Firmware defaults settings.

    This can be accomplished in a couple ways.

    First Way.
    Using a terminal that can send G-Code.
    M502 reverts to the default "factory settings". You still need to store them in EEPROM
    M500 stores parameters in EEPROM

    Second Way.
    Using the LCD with Marlin loaded
    Store Memory and Load Memory


    Explained

    Load Memory loads the stored settings from EEPROM, and overwrites whatever is currently in the Controllers RAM
    Store Memory stores the values to EEPROM, which makes them the default settings at boot.
    In which order should I do that? Also, would it affect the Y axis issue either?


    Thanks,

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    I should stick to the one I do.

    Preferred method
    Using a terminal that can send G-Code.
    M502 reverts to the default "factory settings". You still need to store them in EEPROM
    M500 stores parameters in EEPROM

    Another Way.
    Using the LCD with Marlin loaded
    Restore Fail-safe, Load Defaults then Store Memory

    Any changes made then stored will then be the system defaults after reboot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roberts_Clif View Post
    I should stick to the one I do.

    Preferred method
    Using a terminal that can send G-Code.
    M502 reverts to the default "factory settings". You still need to store them in EEPROM
    M500 stores parameters in EEPROM

    Another Way.
    Using the LCD with Marlin loaded
    Restore Fail-safe, Load Defaults then Store Memory

    Any changes made then stored will then be the system defaults after reboot.
    Thank you very much. I'll try to see if this solves the issues.


    Regards,

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