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    help is needed anet ET4?

    In the “home” and “automatic calibration” options, the final stop of the z axis did not find an end. The hot bedSpeed Test essay writer and extruder went in the opposite direction to the final stops. At the same time, the 3D printer began to make loud noises.What to do, will the firmware fix this problem?
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    yes it should.

    2 things. check that you have the endstops plugged into the '-' socket. so -x -y -z
    Most modern boards have 6 endstop sockets so that you can have max and min endstops- so make sure you are using the right ones.

    In the configuration file make sure you are homing to '0' - as that will correspong to the '-' soclek on the board.
    having spent some time this week looking through configuration.h files - it's definitely an option.

    So hopefully between those two things you should find the answer :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by TrevorGage1 View Post
    In the “home” and “automatic calibration” options, the final stop of the z axis did not find an end. The hot bed tcsdadeups and extruder went in the opposite direction to the final stops. At the same time, the 3D printer began to make loud noises.What to do, will the firmware fix this problem?
    Hey there, what did you do to analyse the problem? Your post is lacking crucial information required to help you. Please add it to the post. Perhaps you should review the post requirements for a Request for Help post like this one.















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    what did you do to analyse the problem?







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