What is the problem?
whenever I start a print, it heats up and then immediately calls kill()
What did you already try to solve it?
I tried using an sd card, looking at the logs, and searching on this site. but I don't know enough to know what I'm looking at. I was trying to change the firmware. when it didn't work I tried to go back to the firmware that did work
Have you tried running in safe mode?
Did running in safe mode solve the problem?
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It seems like it happens while homing.
Does the printer start with the homing or does it not move at all?
I can't get it to move at all
Can you home the printer via the printer's own menu?
So, is the printer connected to the mains and powered on?
That was also my first thought but the heaters are working
I've already put the tape on the power coming from the pi
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