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Screw of fan is gouging in to wall at home position.

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What Tommy said. But based on interpretation and some assumptions, I think you mean your fanshroud is touching your side panel.

You could try to gently try to bend your fanshrouds down so they don't touch the bed anymore. You would be best of by uploading a picture of your printhead front-view to determine if this is indeed the case and so we can give you a reference of how far you should bend it.

If you are going to bend it, watch out that you don't bend your rods.

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