CR-6 SE autolevel keeps pressing printhead in the middle
I have the same issue with my printer. What can I do to find out the broken part?
Should the LED be switched on during auto-leveling? What is the leveling based on?
Which parts could affect there leveling and how can I test them?
I have a similar problem.
The sensor on the left keeps burning red, and when I gently touch the nozzle, it turns blue.
So I think that all the sensors do work.
However, the auto-level keeps on pressing down.
I am clueless on what to do.
I am having this same problem. I texted with someone online and they said to contact email@example.com for tech support. I wrote to them over a week ago and haven't heard back. I don't see the cord that you are showing in this forum as the solution. What do I do to diagnose the problem?
s appear to be hot glued in place, but I have t
Did you replace the sensor ?
I am having this same problem. My connections appear to be hot glued in place, but I have tried pressing the cables in firmly, but the print head keeps pressing down on the print plate. What else can I try?
I am so happy you have solved the questions. I think this will help other people.
For the broken stuff, we would like to change for you. Following is the solution:
Write am email to firstname.lastname@example.org, this is our specific email address to solve this kind of questions, our customer service will work every day even in Weekend to give a quick reply.
In the email, please contain these informations:
1, the serial number of your CR-6 SE
2, the picture of the machine and the broken material
3, your delivery address and phone number
After checking these details by our after-sale team, we will send you a new one. Thank you.
What I did was the following:
Removed the cover, checked all the cables
The problem is still there
Checking the sensors
Replaced this sensor (EE-SX671)
And now it is working. So the EE-SX671 must be broken or something. Can you sent a new one?
I am sorry for that
It may be that the pressure-sensitive line is loose. Please remove the nozzle fan cover and re-plug the pressure-sensitive line.
probe and the main board, be sure to plug it in tightly. Use tweezers to tighten the Bltouch cable.
This is the CR-6 SE it doesn't have a BL-Touch ...
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