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[title] Connecting endstops
[* red] Remove the pins andLocate three ''3-position connectors'' and the pins from the ''Duet Wifi Connectors'' bag.
[* red] Cut the '''Z''' endstop wires to leave about 50mm (2") of slack to reach the '''Z''' endstop connector as shown in the first photo.
[* red] Remove the pins andLocate three ''3-position connectors'' and the pins from the ''Duet Wifi Connectors'' bag.
[* red] Cut the '''Z''' endstop wires to leave about 50mm (2") of slack to reach the '''Z''' endstop connector as shown in the first photo.
[* red] Strip the ends of the wires and crimp the terminal pins on them. Push the pins into the ++two outer terminal positions++.
[* icon_note] Polarity doesn't matter for these mechanical endstop switch connections.
[* red] Repeat ''Step 53'' and ''54''
However, the photos do show the preferred connection to routeground and securesignal on the '''Y''' endstop wiring with two pieces of ''T-slot cover''. Thenconnectors.
[* red] Repeat the above steps to
attach the '''Y''' endstop to the '''Y''' connector as shown in the second photo. Note that it is the middle one of the three.
[* red] Repeat ''Step 53'' and ''54''the above steps to route and secure the '''X''' endstop wiring with two pieces of ''T-slot cover''. Then attach the '''X''' endstop to the '''X'' connector a s shown in the third photo.
[* icon_caution] Pay attentionDouble check to hookmake sure you connected the '''X''' and '''Y''' endstop switches to the the correct terminals as shown in the third photograph.
[* icon_note] Polarity doesn't matter for these mechanical endstop switch connections.
[* red] Repeat ''Step 53'' and ''54''
However, the photos do show the preferred connection to routeground and securesignal on the '''Y''' endstop wiring with two pieces of ''T-slot cover''. Thenconnectors.
[* red] Repeat the above steps to
attach the '''Y''' endstop to the '''Y''' connector as shown in the second photo. Note that it is the middle one of the three.
[* red] Repeat ''Step 53'' and ''54''the above steps to route and secure the '''X''' endstop wiring with two pieces of ''T-slot cover''. Then attach the '''X''' endstop to the '''X'' connector a s shown in the third photo.
[* icon_caution] Pay attentionDouble check to hookmake sure you connected the '''X''' and '''Y''' endstop switches to the the correct terminals as shown in the third photograph.

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