Thanks for your response, Joan.
I think I have the latest firmware loaded for the MK2. I actually tried loading the firmware for the MK3 after this happened and it made the printer inoperable completely. So I went back to the most recent firmware for the MK2.
My X and Y axis are moving smoothly.
The selftest worked.
I did not do a factory reset. How do I do that?
I am also wondering if there is some problem with the sensor. How would I know if that were the case?
Thanks so much! I really need to get the printer running again, as we use it at my library. I'm getting behind on prints!
Re: Problem with Z axis, I think...
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Wed Jun 13, 2018 10:45 pm
have you got the latest firmware loaded?
are your X and Y axis moving smoothly?
did your selftest work ok?
did you do a factory reset before re calibrating?