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white insert clip in feeder can not be adjusted (Ultimaker 2+)

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Posted · white insert clip in feeder can not be adjusted (Ultimaker 2+)

The feeder stopped advancing the materil (ABS) during a print. When in inspected the feeder i noticed the the white insert clip was not centered and could not be centered with the adjuster screw. What to do ?

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Posted · white insert clip in feeder can not be adjusted (Ultimaker 2+)

Hi, Hausen,

You should be able to adjust the screw visible from the top of the feeder (it may take a few turns before you see movement). The 2mm allen key that came with your printer should fit in the screw head. Have you disassembled the feeder housing at all (other than removing it from the back panel)?

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Posted · white insert clip in feeder can not be adjusted (Ultimaker 2+)

Thanks , yes i the screw was the adjuster. I didnt understand after opening the feeder that the head of the screw stayed inside the case. Now i can adjust. Thank you very much

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