PID doesn't termine
What did you already try to solve it?
Have you tried running in safe mode?
Did running in safe mode solve the problem?
Additional information about youoctoprint.log (105.1 KB)
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octoprint.log (105.1 KB)
It seems, something is going on wrong with the heating.
It heats despite the target temperature is 0°C
2022-02-11 08:20:21,552 - octoprint.util.comm - WARNING - Received an error from the printer's firmware: Heating failed, system stopped! Heater_ID: E0 -
| Last lines in terminal:
| Recv: T:111.78 /0.00 @:127
| Recv: T:111.94 /0.00 @:127
| Recv: T:112.23 /0.00 @:127
| Recv: T:112.47 /0.00 @:127
| Recv: T:112.66 /0.00 @:127
| Recv: T:112.86 /0.00 @:127
| Recv: T:113.06 /0.00 @:127
| Recv: T:113.23 /0.00 @:127
| Recv: T:113.45 /0.00 @:127
| Recv: T:113.62 /0.00 @:127
| Recv: T:113.89 /0.00 @:127
| Recv: T:114.02 /0.00 @:127
| Recv: T:114.18 /0.00 @:127
| Recv: T:114.40 /0.00 @:127
| Recv: T:114.57 /0.00 @:127
| Recv: T:114.72 /0.00 @:127
| Recv: T:114.89 /0.00 @:127
| Recv: T:115.07 /0.00 @:127
| Recv: Error:Heating failed, system stopped! Heater_ID: E0
Hi, the file of the system.log is attached...
That is the octoprint.log, not the systeminfo bundle nor a system.log
So, I estimated your issue.
Actually, during PID autotune, there is no target temperature shown up - my fault
Can you share the PID autotune command you send to the printer?
I have the supposition that the hotend heats up too slow and the thermal runaway safety feature of the printer kicked in.
Maybe the fan airflow is not regulated?
That because when I disconnect the cable the temperature grows...
I assume that this can be the issue.
this fan runs at maximum of power; how to try to reduce speed?
Is that the part cooling fan or the cold end cooler?
You also can put a silicone sock on the heater block. It keeps the heat inside and the block clean.
octoprint.log (184.4 KB)
I tryed PID without Hotend FAN inactive and it finally worked!
At this point where to put hands for the solution?
The coldend cooler is not meant to cool the hotend so much that it can't heat at all.
Is it the one that the printer came with?
What printer is it you use?
no, I changed it with one of Trianglelab, V6 copper plated on my Two Trees Plus
Can you show us a picture of your extruder showing both cooling fans and the ducting on the part cooling fan?
At the moment I can’t as the hotend/fan is dismantled waiting for new one.
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