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Posted · Got the Ultimaker2+-Please help me put Humpty Dumpty back together agian!

Hi there I am new to 3d Printing and got my Ultimaker2+ today, however my feeder was causing problems with grinding and I took it apart however I am not able to make it work again, can someone post a picture of their assembled feeder?

Thank you for your help in advance, will appreciate any advise.

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Posted · Got the Ultimaker2+-Please help me put Humpty Dumpty back together agian!

I know @IRobertI is working on a tutorial on how to assemble it back. Hopefully he'll pass by and link to his awesome tutorial.

When i dissassemble something for the first time, i always take pictures to be sure to not miss on something when i rebuild it, it's easier that way

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Posted · Got the Ultimaker2+-Please help me put Humpty Dumpty back together agian!

IRobertl,thank you so much for your help. This helped a lot! Great!

DidierKlien- yes will take photos next time;)

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