I've been running a batch #2 EZBoard for a week or so and have noticed an issue that may be related to the board.
After installing my new EZBoard, on three separate prints, the extruder motor had gotten so hot that the Pro PLA would fuse to the wheel on the extruder assembly, and it was so hot, that I burned a small spot on my finger. I tried three different simple prints, and within 1 hour, the E motor was extremely hot and had melted the filament in the extruder top end (I have the aluminum version).
I've been forced to go back to my Creality3D V1.1.4 board running your unified software and all is well.
Is there a setting in the unified firmware that I need to tweak to reduce the heat on the E motor?
Thanks in advance... Bill.