Into the menu you found the new setting "manual leveling"
To use them klick the wheel down and start the leveling. The A10 now drives 9 points on the heating bed, starting with point 1.
Put a piece of paper under the nozzle and turn the wheel up and down until the distance fits.
Push the wheel down and the A10 move to position 2.This is done with all 9 points from the heatbed.
After point 9 you here a "Sound" thats say "configuration saved into the EEPROM"
Into the leveling menu you could set "Leveling correction" to "Yes"
The printer use your own points from the heatbed to correct the z-axis now!
You didn't redo level of every print. If prints are bad you could level again.
Bevor leveling the heatbed look under your nozzle, because to level the heatbed there must not be any filament under the nozzle!!!
Try it. The results with manual 9 point leveling and 0.1 layer high are very, very good!!!
After i send the last message,i try to upload Marlin.ino.with_bootloader.mega.hex using xloader
Wel....i wait about 15min and after that program still "uploading".
I disconnect the usb,and now i have a print with light on display,but no characters
So,i try to repload the Marlin.ino.mega.hex but nothing.....yellow leds doesnt turn on/flashing
I only have ON 12VE 12VB leds on
Every time a led called D2 flash for a very little time
What it's going on? Im disperate
Disconnecting every machine during flashing can damage the bootloader!
First, don't install the version with bootloader included. The bootloader already installed.
Look here to load and use the original firmware: viewtopic.php?f=20&t=17046
It's possible you need to flash the bootloader again. It's tricky, search into the forum to "bootloader"
Later the day, i change the firmware on thingiverse. It's my mistake. In the configuration.h you could find the "LCD-Settings" and here you can change the language from de to en or other language.
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