Vicky@Raise3D wrote:This error should not have anything to do with the filament or the extruder. It says MaxTemp which means the printer detects abnormal high temperature out of regular range. There's probably something wrong with the temperature detecting electronics.
I quite agree, however after having a machine that had the board incorrectly connected, ongoing filament sensor fails (just fitted my third one) and lights that seem to have a mind of their own as to whether they actually want to switch on and then don't want to switch off again, my printer is being returned today to my supplier.
I realise the light problem could be down to the processor being busy, but does the light control really need to be dependent on the processor if that's the case. The screen light will always switch on or off regardles, but the main light switching is very iffy.
I do really like this printer and have not seen anything else that comes near it that I could afford, it was a big ask financially to buy this one, so I hope my UK supplier can make everything right.