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Loud noises from printer (SL1/SL1S)

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When your printer emits loud noises, sounding like hammering onto sheet-metal. This can be caused by a firmware issue, or if resin has leaked into your printer through the tilt platform.

A clogged (flooded) sensor of the tilt-mechanism can cause it to not move as intended.

First, check that your firmware is up to date. If you have the latest available version installed and the problem persists, remove the black cover and check whether the sensor under the tilt motor is clean. If there is resin on the sensor then remove it with a piece of paper towel and make sure the sensor is perfectly clean – otherwise, the reading will be affected.

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