That's not the gcode - that's just the settings. Export the file you're trying to print as gcode.
@damianoffthegrid When we flashed new firmware, we wiped the PID settings (which are set and checked during final assembly and testing). The PID settings are what allows the temp to be reached and remain stable.
I see now in the pic that you don't have the silicone sock in place. This is likely the issue. The reason it started printing and then failed is likely because the part cooling fan turned on and cooled the hot end down enough to trigger the thermal runaway.
If you have the silicone sock, I'd recommend reinstalling it. If you don't, we can tune the settings without the fan, but they will be different.
That's pretty surprising. I don't think I've seen a flooded Mosquito like that. Not really sure how that would happen outside of the nozzle loosening somehow. No idea how the print finished properly. That's very odd.
I would recommend making the change to the Snap hot end. It's not too much extra effort and makes things a lot easier in the future.
You can certainly print the parts and do it yourself, but that would take more printing time which sounds like it's not ideal for you right now. We can include the parts needed if you purchase a new Snap hot end.
That's where the homing position is - it's all the way to the left, all the way to the back, and down to the bed.
I don't know where that code came from. The default gcode in Mattercontrol for the Airwolf XL is this
Can you export the gcode and attach it?
I'm not sure what you're trying to show or trying to do, but for starters, that's bad start gcode.
G28 is the home command. Sending those coordinates after G28 is invalid syntax and either won't work or just won't do anything.
Are you just wanting your print to be centered on the bed when you print? If so, you just need to click the Arrange All Parts button on the toolbar
If you're just wanting to move the print head to the center of the bed, home the machine first using G28, then send this command to move the print head to the center
G1 X147 Y115 Z10 F1800
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