Ender 3 - On Connection X and Y move 115

On my Ender 3 when Ocoprint connects it has X and Y move to 115, it just moves with out doing a home so depending on where I left X and Y it will crash at the max and grind across the belt. I have no g-code defined on start up but something on connection is issues a move of 115.

It hasn't always done this and i have tried to disable plugins but not sure what is going on here. Would be thankful for any ideas.

2022-04-11 13:20:33,096 - Recv: echo:enqueueing "G0 F3600 X115 Y115"

serial.log (27.0 KB)
octoprint.log (16.2 KB)

Your serial log and octoprint log don't span the same period. The phantom move you report happens after the end of the output in your octoprint log. Just looking at the serial log, it looks like the move is enqueued amidst things happening because of the ABL Expert Plugin, so that would we a likely culprit.

There is this at the start:

2022-04-11 13:20:33,081 - Send: M420V1
2022-04-11 13:20:33,086 - Recv: Bilinear Leveling Grid:
2022-04-11 13:20:33,088 - Recv:       0      1      2
2022-04-11 13:20:33,091 - Recv:  0 +0.030 -0.030 -0.092
2022-04-11 13:20:33,092 - Recv:  1 -0.095 -0.077 -0.142
2022-04-11 13:20:33,094 - Recv:  2 -0.145 -0.120 -0.152
2022-04-11 13:20:33,094 - Recv: 
2022-04-11 13:20:33,096 - Recv: echo:enqueueing "G0 F3600 X115 Y115"
2022-04-11 13:20:33,099 - Recv: echo:Bed Leveling Off
2022-04-11 13:20:33,107 - Recv: echo:Fade Height Off

The G0 F3600 X115 Y115 is part of the result of the M420V1 command (Be Levelling State).
Question is: Where does this M420V1 command come from?

Please try safe mode.
I assume the ABL expert as the culprit.

For this is a Creality printer, you may try with/without SD card in the printer's SD card slot.

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Thanks, I forgot to pull a new log when I enabled the serial log. I thought i disabled the ABL, but I will try to disable it again after my current print finishes thanks!

My first Ender 3 Pro did the same thing after I flashed the Creality BL-Touch firmware.
From the that point on I started building my own firmwares :smiley:

@Ewald_Ikemann @fieldOfView that was it! thank you for catching that, I thought I disabled it in my testing but I guess not. Thank you both!

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