Got my titan aero extruder on and all works as it should. The extruder gear was turning the wrong way so I went into Marlin config and altered #define INVERT_E0_DIR false to 'true' Now it turns the proper direction. I get the extruder to temp and it can extrude no problem (Move/Extruder/) but when I go to start a print, it gives me a 'filament out' error. The filament is run through a Hictop sensor. I put the filament in (even though it was never out) and hit 'resume print' and it extrudes a priming length and then asks me to extrude more or resume print. I resume print and immediately the printer resets. I tried going around the filament sensor by just leaving a piece in it. I moved the filament sensor cable as far away and separate as possible to eliminate interference. Still happens. Now, I'm sure there is a way to disable the filament sensor in Marlin but what I'm concerned about is this reset each time. Everything else and all motion seems to work so I think my board is fine but the 'invert' for the extruder was the only change i made in the code. Why does it keep resetting? I'm pretty good at trouble shooting and google but I don't where to look for this problem. Attached config file if anyone can see an error but I'm at my wits end. I have switched the limit switch in the filment monitor, that didn't fix it. I switched the whole power supply and that didn't fix it. As I didn't have a problem prior with this reset, could the Aero be causing some sort of EMI? Thanks for any tips.