Be ready to power down the printer if the firmware doesn't work
Please read the warning section in its entirety before use.
This is the configuration.h file for Repetier firmware. Someone asked about it so here it is. Go to repetier.com/firmware/v092/ and upload the included file. Change settings as necessary and download the complete firmware. Open the project file under Arduino IDE make sure you select the atmega 2560 and the right port. Upload and make sure the board is wired correctly.
Primary picture is of the 1.2 I think, but the boards are pretty much the same.
The picture is correct as far as wiring goes, the second z motor goes into E1
The hot bed heater goes on the top left screw mounts and E0 goes into the third position.
You may have to change the thermosistors used according to what you've got. Baud rate is set to 115200.
Updated 6-22-17 set eeprom value to 99, will overwrite eeprom values
Added warning section
Elaborated on use
The original PCB heater, and any PCB heater, as far as I'm concerned, are huge fire risks due to the soldering joints attaching wires. Please do not use them. Replace them with good silicone heaters or do not use them. The purpose of this file is to get people into using the Repetier online configuration tool. It is an easy one to use and is the first crack people should get into editing firmware. I only provide the configuration file to upload as a guide. You are supposed to change the values yourself and learn something in the process. It is already configured for our personal printer. That means it has the Dildahmetron and Phistterbut_Inc branding as well as e steps tuned for our custom direct drive system, not the original bowden. Again, I am not going to be held responsible for your house fire, this is a simple guide to teach and isn't even complete firmware.