Over temperature shutdown on drivers 3
Earlier this year, I disconnected my extruder motor without turning power off first, destroying the E0 driver. So I switched to using E1 instead. That has worked fine, but in firmware 1.19, I keep getting "Error: Over temperature shutdown on drivers 3" every second or so. Is there any way to disable the driver or something, so I can get rid of this message?
Okay, it seems it's even worse. These messages start appearing when I first turn on 24V power and if I close the web interface, they start to accumulate. Less than half an hour of that, and the board appears to crash. Not reachable via network and it doesn't respond to G-code commands over USB anymore, until I reset the board. If I leave it with the PS_ON power turned off, so the messages never start to appear (or let the web interface drain the message queue!), the board stays responsive as expected.
I guess I will have to either downgrade to 1.18 or swap the board for the one in my secondary printer.
Or you could get the driver replaced. Which country are you in?
You've been unlucky to destroy a TMC2660 driver by unplugging the motor with power applied. I tried many times but failed.
I could. I'm in Sweden.
It's just a bummer that firmware 1.19 hangs the printer, whereas with 1.18 I could just ignore the bad driver and use E1 instead without any issue at all.