Cooling fan is not turning on even thought the commands to do so are in the Gcode, and the fan works when you manually turn it on via the printer itself. Everything worked perfectly fine all day and just recently stopped working correctly.
What did you already try to solve it?
I have manually sent G106 commands via Octoprint cmd line, it did not even acknowledge that I sent the command, sent a G0 X command, it sent and received as normal.
I have taken the same gcode and loaded it via usb to my printer and it works as it should.
Have you tried running in safe mode and if so did it solve the issue?
Able to send the G106 command in safe mode fan engages with no issue.
octoprint.log, serial.log or output on terminal tab at a minimum, browser error console if UI issue ... no logs, no support! Not log excerpts, complete logs.)
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OctoPrint EZPi V2.0, Artillery Sidewinder X1, Marlin 1.19, windows
That's a display layer progress issue, check your slicer to make sure it has the right indicators for that plugin to work.
You do have a couple of plugin that deal with fan speed, maybe you want to disable things like fan speed control, or some other plugins. Seeing as the problem doesn't happen in safe mode, it is definitely plugin-related now I think you just have to figure out which one.
I figured it was a plugin, I was hoping there was a specific one to shut off. I have enough installed, that it could take hours to narrow it down. And if it happens to be a combination of them, that could take days. If someone found a solution, then they could save others the time. If I figure it out, I'll post here.