Powered on my GF for maybe the 5th or 6th time, make the the usual “clicks” as the stepper motors tried to home, then the carriage moved towards the front of the GF. The only problem is the ONLY side that moved at all was the left side. I was then alerted to the sound of a skipping belt/tooth grinding sound (I have 3d printers and have on occasion accidentally sent them out of bounds).
I lifted the lid to stop it, and the head rebounded to a position less skewed/twisted/crooked. I then powered it off and unplugged it, and carefully lifted the rear pair of grooved track wheels back onto their respective guide rails. I then proceeded to gently move the carriage front and rear to ensure it moved freely and wasn’t bound up.
After ensuring it was moving freely front and rear (Y+/-) and powering it back on, things did appear to function normally.
I have NOT made a subsequent cut with it, only powered it back up. Please advise how would you like me to proceed.