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New Ultimaker 2 Extended+ not priniting

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Hi,

hope, somebidy might be abke to help: I just unboxed my new Ultimaker. The setup went ok and a bit plastics came aut of the nozzle. But the first attemps to print failed. I choose a model that was on the SD cart already, but only a few drops came out of the nozzle. I have no Idea what youzld be wrong. Maybe the heatung? But it showed a high Temp. Maybe the transportation of the material? I do not know. Did anybody of you faced the same problem and has a solution perhaps? Would really appreciate help :)

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Hi,

I'll respond in Germany since you are from Germany.

Schau dir mal den Drucker genau an wenn der anfängt zu drucken. Sind irgendwelche Geräusche zu hören hinten an der Filament-Führung? Es kann sein dass sich dort etwas verhakt hat und das Filament kommt nicht weiter. Du kannst im Menü am Gerät die Düse auf z.B. 230° heizen und dann hinten am "Feeder" den seitlichen Hebel anheben und das Filament heraus ziehen oder drücken. Vielleicht ist das Filament angefressen und wird nicht weiter transportiert.

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The filament was probably getting stuck somewhere in the print head and didn't make it all the way to the nozzle. Try moving the material up and down a few times using the "move material" menu and push the bowden around left/right/front/back until the material suddenly moves much farther down (watch it carefully through the bowden tube) and eventually it should start extruding properly.

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