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  1. Hi, same problem with my ultimaker 2. Unfortunately. After almost 2 hours of gently trying to remove it by heating up the nozzle at different temperatures i give it up finally. Next question is where to go from here? Cut the sensor and replace it? I have no problem releasing the heating part. I admit, the nozzle is a mess with burned filament but as i learn here, this is not something unusual to happen. So i agree, its a design flaw to make these parts that are easaly worn out to be so hard to replace. Herman
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