Damaged the printer during first layer calibration
I built the kit without issues, found the Wizard for setup, and everything was going fine. It finished the X,Y,Z calibration without any paper-grabbing . I went to first layer calibration. I loaded the silver filament that came with the printer, that seemed to go correctly as well.
I started the first layer calibration. I did not record it, so don't remember everything. There was some question about "is the color clear?" I did not know what I was supposed to look at. I said "no" because my filament is silver. Then it went back to some other question and asked again if it was clear. Since I could go no where with NO I tried YES.
The nozzle moved to the corner nearest me and to my left, and, the next thing I knew, the heat bed was bent as the nozzle engaged the heat bed, scratching it for an inch or two as it moved to the right. I dove for the power button and shut it down.
I went back to the pinda calibration, but I cannot do it. The extruder/nozzle assembly has something broken in it. The extruder moves loosely in the printed parts assembly. Now I have to figure out how to disassemble, figure out which part broke, and then hope I don't make the same mistake again.
Is this a good question?