You read the table THAT’S RIGHT ABOVE THE FIELD YOU’RE SETTING THE VALUE IN.
You may have a wiring issue with one ore more of your stepper motors - make sure that the connectors are fully seated and that the pins are fully seated in the connector shell.
Dave, if you saw no errors when you uploaded the program to the board, it was successful. If you had the wrong COM port or board selected you would have seen an error related to that.
Karl, what printer are you working with? When the nozzle smacks the bed like that, you shouldn’t ever just let it keep going - you could damage the belts or other components.
Once you’ve got the firmware installed, you can navigate to the calibration menu - go to Advanced Settings -> Calibration Menu -> Full Calibration. That will perform the same task that the G29 g-code does, but it won’t do the PID tuning (which with the current firmware, really isn’t required).
I'm not quite sure what you mean. Are you having a problem printing after you change filament?
If memory serves, the PID auto-tune routine will store the needed values in the EEPROM and turn off the heater.
Ah, gotcha. :) That's fixed. I'm surprised they're not including the adapter in the upgrade kits - they were when this was written.
Have you contacted support or posted a question to the forum about this?
Stephen, I'd contact support (email@example.com) about the missing part.
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