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It has only been two months since I got my Biqu B1 and recently I have not been able to finish any print.
In the beginning everything seems normal. But suddenly the printer decides to drastically increase the extrusion motor steps. I pause the print, go to settings, and extrusion motor steps are still 96. I change them to 95, save, unload, and still the extrusion motor goes double what I asked the printer to unload. Instead of unloading 5mm of filament, the printer unloads much more.

The first time this happened I turned off the printer, started from the beginning and the print finished OK.
But now I have tried three times to finish one print and this problem happens again and again. Every time at a different moment. I tried another different print. Again the same problem.

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On 5/21/2022 at 12:47 PM, mad_06 said:

It has only been two months since I got my Biqu B1 and recently I have not been able to finish any print.
In the beginning everything seems normal. But suddenly the printer decides to drastically increase the extrusion motor steps. I pause the print, go to settings, and extrusion motor steps are still 96. I change them to 95, save, unload, and still the extrusion motor goes double what I asked the printer to unload. Instead of unloading 5mm of filament, the printer unloads much more.

The first time this happened I turned off the printer, started from the beginning and the print finished OK.
But now I have tried three times to finish one print and this problem happens again and again. Every time at a different moment. I tried another different print. Again the same problem.

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