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It lasted 2 Years!? They are suppose to last 100h...

Since the sensor it's broken, the ptfe it's dead, you might want to move to TFM coupler (can print for 500-2000h)

https://ultimaker.com/en/resources/22188-how-to-replace-the-tfm-coupler

If you just want to buy another PTFE coupler and replace it:

http://support.3dverkstan.se/article/56-replacing-the-ptfe-coupler

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It lasted 2 Years!? They are suppose to last 100h...

Since the sensor it's broken, the ptfe it's dead, you might want to move to TFM coupler (can print for 500-2000h)

https://ultimaker.com/en/resources/22188-how-to-replace-the-tfm-coupler

If you just want to buy another PTFE coupler and replace it:

http://support.3dverkstan.se/article/56-replacing-the-ptfe-coupler

 

These have replaced them by buying the kit for filaments from 1,75mm and PTFE and everything they needed directly from 3DSolex.

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