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hay guys i have printed 2-3 design its was good but suddenly my extruder stopped working there is no filament flow now the motor is stuck while printing , i have checked the motor by changing its pin to yaxis the motor works perfectly but while printing it gets stuck and stops the flow of filament.i have tried most of the troubleshoots and solution given on web but it didnt helped so it would be great if anyone would help me with this.

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there is no block or anything that stops the extruder, to check that i have operated the extruder by attaching it to the yaxis of the board and watched its movement the motor is completely working there are no issues.

i have also tried connecting the extruder at E2 the second connection for extruder still the same...it doesn't work!!

tried adding a new machine where the firmware is installed again but still the same, not working. any other solution for my problem?

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