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2nd Robo R1++ not printing correctly

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  1. aznhlfan

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    That is not the only one, but that is the one throwing the error

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    I opened the firmware, saw file marlin.ino, opened it, it opened the IDE as well.

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    Wrong INO file I imagine. There should one one named Roboxxxxxxxx.ino
     
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    Yes, ROBO3DR1PLUSV2.INO

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    But I tried that as well and got the same error

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    Do you have the board type set correctly in the compiler?
     
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    Is this what u mean:
    Board:"Arduino/genuino mega or mega 2560"

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    Trying aduino IDE 1.6.8

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    Update: same outcome, same error.
     
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    Finally got it to flash with no errors, and the version on the front of the LCD screen went from V3 to V2, but the esteps didn't change from 732.3 even tho they were changed to 820 in configuration.h.

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    I don't recall if Robo had EEPROM enabled or not Try issuing a M502 followed by an M500 from the terminal screen to reset EEPROM to the firmware defaults.
     
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    The newer ones all do have the flash eprom enabled.
     
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    Ok, u lost me on terminal screen. Is that a screen in the IDE?

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    Yes, and where it is depends on which software you are using.
     
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    So after I change the firmware defaults, I will have to flash the firmware again?

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    ? No. But you need the printer to reload them into the EEPROM. That is not the firmware, but an area of semi-static memory where the printer stores common settings from the firmware.

    @WheresWaldo already gave you the instructions for doing this...
    Find your GCode terminal and issue those two commands (upper case only)
     
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    So how do how do I get to this "terminal" screen to issue a m502 followed by an m500

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    Can I do it through the LCD screen on the printer?

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    Nope -- with the LCD there is no GCode terminal it is all that is in charge if that is all you are using. If you connect with Software then you have a terminal even if you have the LCD
     
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    I found the gcode terminal, ran a M500 followed by an M502. Is that all I have to do to reset it it. The printer was connected via usb

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