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Revision to Setting up to resume a print after a power failure

David Crocker

== Limitations ==
-* If you want to handle unplanned power outages, you should use 24V power, not 12V. This makes it much more likely that there will be sufficient power left to lift the print head and save the resume information when power failure is detected.
+* If you want to handle unplanned power outages, you should use 24V power, not 12V. If you use 12V power then it is most unlikely that there will be sufficient power left to lift the print head and save the resume information when power failure is detected.
* You must be able to re-home the printer (possibly using a different homing sequence from normal) with a print on the bed.
* If the print becomes detached from the bed while the power is off due to loss of bed heat, you won't be able to resume the print.

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