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So sorry that happened to you. I must have spent about $300 on this printer making it safer before I could trust it with an unattended print job. The heating element and thermistor pop out easily after a couple of long prints causing thermal runaway with stock firmware. Heat bed connectors get arcs and scorched, which is also a fire hazard. Wiring is too thin and power connector is too weak, which can cause voltage drops and high amperage, which can also cause a fire. Not to mention horrible bearings, hardware, instructions, and stripped threads on many of the pre-assembled parts. It's probably less than 30% original Anet parts now and I still have a bunch of smoke detectors in the room and don't really trust it 100%