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Hi

When I start A print it comes no filament from the nozzle until like 30seconds in.

That screws the bottom layer all the time.

But after a while it seems to work OK ..  

Cos I already printed A robot and now a wrench.

But its not top quality.

Out of ideas ,

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but its weird everybody else on youtube seems gets it almost perfekt when it begins Printing.

Think its something wrong with my machine then..´ It was a build kit . I can mention one thing the  heat sensor for the head was to short (wire). maybe they sent the wrong Cable?

I Think it was made for the ultimaker 2 cos for me the Cable end only reached the middle back of my original.. Had to take it out from the tube and install it by a short cut in the front down the right bottom front hole..

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but its weird everybody else on youtube seems gets it almost perfekt when it begins Printing.

Think its something wrong with my machine then..´ It was a build kit . I can mention one thing the  heat sensor for the head was to short (wire). maybe they sent the wrong Cable?

I Think it was made for the ultimaker 2 cos for me the Cable end only reached the middle back of my original..  Had to take it out from the tube and install it by a short cut in the front down the right bottom front hole.. maybe messes with the temps ?

 

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