What if the filament is not discharged from the machine?

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AnetLau
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Joined: 2020-06-24 1:56

What if the filament is not discharged from the machine?

Solution:

1. When the nozzle is heated to 250 degrees, click [feed and retreat-feed], and then the filament will be discharged.

2. Heat the nozzle to 150 degrees, click [Settings-Manual Control-"Z-Axis Move to the Highest Position"], replace the nozzle with the delivered tool, and be careful of burns. Remember to drain the remaining consumables in the Teflon tube and throat after unscrewing the nozzle.


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