the pinda probe definitely falls outside of the probing circle on mine as well. I’ve triple checked and am fairly confident it isn’t a hardware issue. when the endstop for the x axis is triggered during the auto home procedure the probe lies to the left of the probing circle, then the extruder head jumps to the right (seemingly too far) and defines that as home. there isn’t really anything that one can mess up with the assembly that would cause this aside from perhaps mounting the block that contacts the end stop micro switch incorrectly, which isn’t easy to do…. would like a more thorough official response than “you did something wrong”
I would add to this - post your damaged sheet up on facebook or something so that if somebody else is willing to invest the time they can use the otherwise unused spare flex plate
one very small suggestion, I would recommend the red text: “Make sure the filament is unloaded from the hotend and the printer is unplugged! “ at the beginning of the article be changed to read something like: “unload filament, press “X” reset button below dial, and wait until hot end fan shuts down, then unplug”
otherwise some people may experience jams upon reassembly if any stray plastic becomes melted in the heat-break as a result of unplugging the printer after unloading filament prior to disassembly.
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