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Problema persistente con under extrusion

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Tengo una ultimaker 2+ extended desde principios de año y estuvo funcionando muy bien durante varios meses, pero empecé a tener problemas de baja extrusión, al principio aumente el multiplicador de extrusión para compensarlo pero no era solución asi que me puse a investigar un poco. Limpie la boquilla con el método atómico, revisé el acopldor de teflón... Todo ello sin solucionarlo, entonces decidi como en varios sitios había leido de cambiar el acoplador de teflón y la boquilla por unos nuevos esperando que se solucionara pero no ha sido así. Suelo imprimir con PLA a una temperatura de 215º y una velocidad de 50 o 60mm/s.

Haber si me podeis hechar una mano porque ya no se que hacer. Y gracias por adelantado a todos.

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