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    • We're working on the final revision.

    • Assemble your FRS unit. If you are using printed parts for the housing and cover, ensure that they fit together well.

    • Be sure the bearing rotates freely without interference from any printed protrusions.

    • Be sure the filament guide protrusions fit together well and provide a clear filament path free of obstructions.

    • DO NOT drop the ball bearing. (you will never find it again)

    • When everything is good, do your final assembly with two screws.

  1. FIRST: Unplug your printer from the AC line voltage. Risk of electric shock! Remove the cover(s) to access the Duet controller.
    • FIRST: Unplug your printer from the AC line voltage. Risk of electric shock!

    • Remove the cover(s) to access the Duet controller.

    • Plug one end of the KK wire harness into the E0 (and E1 if installing both) end stop switch header(s) of the Duet controller.

    • Route the wire harness to the extruder.

    • Re-install protective covers so no AC line voltage is exposed so the printer is safe for operation.

  2. It's a snap, really. No tools required. Just insert long peg, rotate and gently lift, and snap short peg into hole.
    • It's a snap, really. No tools required.

    • Just insert long peg, rotate and gently lift, and snap short peg into hole.

    • Plug in wiring connection.

  3. Go to the Duet control screen: go to "Settings", then "System Editor" then click "New File" <<SEE PICTURE>> Name the new file (no quotes) "trigger2.g" Enter 2 lines of code as follows and save: <<SEE PICTURE>>
    • Go to the Duet control screen: go to "Settings", then "System Editor" then click "New File" <<SEE PICTURE>>

    • Name the new file (no quotes) "trigger2.g"

    • Enter 2 lines of code as follows and save: <<SEE PICTURE>>

    • M84 E0:1

    • M25

    • And the sys folder will show the new file. <<SEE PICTURE>>

  4. Open the system folders.
    • Open the system folders.

    • CLICK on "config.g" file to open and edit.

    • Don't be concerned if your config.g file looks a little different from the picture. Don't change your file. Just add to it.

    • Add the new lines below comments for the hotend fan. The new lines are shown in the photo and below, then save

    • M591 D0 P2 C3

    • M581 E0:1 S0 T2 C0

    • Power cycle your printer.

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