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3d Print stopped printing (Innofil 3d- innopad natural)

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This could be down to a number of things, so you need to do some work from your end.

It's possible the feeder ground the filament down - too many retractions over the same part of the filament. Or your nozzle had a blockage and *then* the feeder ground the filament down. Or the filament cracked.

From the top-left hand side of your first picture, it looks like you are suffering from a progressive blockage. You will need to clean the nozzle.

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