A couple of weeks ago, I disassembled the hotend in order to change thermistors. After putting it back together and trying to print, I got Error MAXTEMP messages. In order to investigate this, I removed the thermistor from the hotend and held it between my fingers to look for a temperature response in the Matter Control "Controls" panel. What I noticed is that the hotend thermistor was outputting bed temperature readings. That is, when I held the hotend thermistor, the "Bed Temperature" would display my body temp, and the "Extruder Temperature" would display ambient room temperature. This was the cause of the error message: the printer thought that the bed was getting too hot, when in reality the hotend was performing as normal. Does anyone know of this problem or how to fix it? Thank you. PS: The attached picture shows the Control Panel display for the following configuration: Extruder Thermistor in hand so as to read body temperature (This is shown as the "Bed Temperature" reading in the picture) Bed preheating to 90 deg C (Temp on the rise when screenshot was taken. The bed temperature is shown in the "Extruder Temperature" reading in the picture).