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Problem with alternative UM2 Feeder - version two of IRobertI

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I recently updated Ultimaker 2, an extruder with Olsson block with different nozzles, but the feeder that I have installed this alternative UM2 Feeder - version two of IRobertI does not charge a PLA filament.The motor filament motor is idling.What can I do? I have to change with new feeder? Thank you very much.

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...does not charge a PLA filament.The motor filament motor is idling.

 

Sorry, but can you clarify, what exactly your problem is?

The "change material" wizard does not work anymore, or "Move material" or what are you trying to do?

More questions:

Have you disassembled any other parts (besides of the feeder), all cables checked?

The Olsson block was installed at the same time?

Does the nozzle heat up as usual?

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The first extruder was original and after I installed the Olsson block at the same time. I don't disassembled any other parts also a extruder and sensor PT100 because it broke. In this time to printed normally and the feeder motor normally turned.The next day gave me problems.The nozzle heat up as usual.Watch the movie: http://we.tl/QGDZjWfSCB.

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