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Bowden tube stuck into |Robert| feeder

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Posted · Bowden tube stuck into |Robert| feeder

Hi,

Happy to join the Ultimaker community !

I have a annoying problem with my UM2 Extended... I can not manage to remove the bowden tube from the Robert feeder. I have remove the little blue washer, but not way to remove the tube, it's stuck into the white small plastic part..

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Any solutions ?

Thanks !

Simon

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Posted · Bowden tube stuck into |Robert| feeder

Just to make sure, I guess you did press down the white part and wiggled the bowden left and right?

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Posted (edited) · Bowden tube stuck into |Robert| feeder

Yes .. it's like I pressed the tube too much into the white part. :(

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