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[title] Checking Endstops
[* icon_caution] It is important that you check that the Duet is receiving a signal from your endstops. Failure to do so could cause damage to your printer!
-[* black] Check your endstops by issuing a M119 command via the Duet's web interface G-Code Console.
-[* icon_note] The status indicated by M119 does not necessarily indicate if the endstop is engaged or not. If they appear to be incorrect, we will resolve this later on in ***configuration***.
+[* black] You can see the live status of your endstops in the Machine Properties section of the web interface. Here's how to access it:
+ [* red] Navigate to "Settings"
+ [* yellow] Click the "Machine Properties" tab.
+ [* green] "Endstop Hit" shows an instantaneous status of each endstop.
+[* black] The default endstop mapping is: X=0, Y=1 and Z=2.
+[* icon_note] The endstop status displayed might not be correct. If it is wrong, we will fix this in configuration.

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