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So the filament broke in pieces in the tube, and in my efforts to clear it, I broke the head and some plastic parts. I am obviously an idiot and very upset at myself. sigh. (I was working on a project with my son who has been waiting to print for weeks!)

I looked for support/resellers in the US, and there are none.

Any suggestions on where to go to get help in person?

arg!!!!!

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