What is the problem?
I have been having issues with pausing to add a new role of filament. I am using Filament Sensor Reloaded. When I was testing on smaller prints it sensed the runout just fine, paused, I changed the filament, hit resume and it resumed perfectly.
But on longer prints it is not seeing the runout sensor for some reason. I don't have a log file of this because I didn't know how to get that at the time.
But on this instance, it sensed the runout and paused correctly. Then it went over to the pause/park position and I loaded new filament. I tapped resume on the screen (I'm using Octodash on a touch screen), and it went to resume and start printing again and I thought it was good to go. But then noticed that it had the wrong print resume location and ruined the whole print.
What did you already try to solve it?
I have no idea where to start. I don't know what the cause would be. It works fine on smaller print jobs and testing.
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I am using octodash running on Octopi Version 0.17.0, running on Raspberry Pi 4 Model B Rev 1.2.
It also says Octoprint Version 1.4.2.
Printer is a Creativity Elf. Modified.
Running the latest Marlin Bugfix 2.0.X firmware on an SKR V1.3 Board. With BL Touch and Optical Endstops.
Computer is a Windows 10 Computer. I'm running Octoprint online on the latest Chrome.