New Ender 3 S1 Pro

Hello… I have a question…
How can i solve problem with leveling on my Ender 3 S1 Pro…
after every 3 or 4 prints i have to level it again. Someone with similar problem and know how to solve it? By the way i am new in this but i have that problem.
Please for answers…
Thank you all…

Is it a new printer?

Why do you know that you have to relevel it?

Problems only in one corner or on the complete Z offset?

If there are general Z problems across the entire pressure plate, may check the couplings on the Z axis to the stepper motor.

Sorry for the many questions, but i can`t see a problem yet - There are just so many error patterns that can require a new leveling…

First of all i would like to thank you for answering…
Yes, it is a new printer.
as i mentioned before after 3 or 4 prints my printer nozzle pushes away the new model after printing it at some point or scrambles the first layer of the printed model… after that i need to re-level it. and everything seems ok until next 3 or 4 prints and the same problem comes again.
Mostly the problem comes in one corner when i print wide objects.
But when i re-level that corner and other corners are out of level.
Sometimes i spent hours of printing and when the model comes to ex. 97% the nozle push it away. So sad.
I believe that you can help me to solve this problem.
Thanks a lot.

I would recommend checking that none of your bed screws are too lose, if they are give all 4 screws a full turn or two to make sure they are not lose enough to be able to move on their own. Usually you want the springs to be compressed by about half to ensure a solid build surface.

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Don`t worry – you will get your help. And finaly you get the basics which you will need anyway ones in your life, doesn’t mater which printer you will buy :wink:

In additional to Nikoli, which is also a god advice, start with the basic clearance checks.

Are the to Beams are mounted Parallel? So do you bring the Z-Axe down before tightening it? Video Starts by 9:57

Check all the Clearances of all axes: Video Starts by 16:02

If this is done, we go to the next steps. But first we have to eliminate all possible gaps. So also the thing which Nikoli notes to you…