This week I've been at home getting a few things sorted for the flat. I kept seeing my Huxley sat in a corner and gathering dust. So decided to do something about it.
I never did anything with the advice I received back from RepRap pro. It turns out that the pots on the board meant are meant to spin freely. I never broke them. So having had a nice break, I took the time over the electronics.
So with a multimeter I carefully turned the pots to the correct voltage. Then tested everything. To my complete suprise nearly everything worked straight away. The only thing that was wrong was the x-axis motor was wired incorrectly.
I can't work out if I should feel elated that the printer is working, or embarressed that it took so long to fix.
However I have to say I'm really impressed with RepRap Pros Huxley. The first print I tried came out as good as most on my Sells. I've not calibrated steps per mm or anything. Just took a long time to level the bed. So I can't be happier with this printer.
Just want to move over to Slic3r since I got used to the speed it slices.