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Retraction finish/abort print

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Hi everyone,

I'm Manuel, my english is bad..sorry :)

I bought a ultimaker2, fine print and I am glad, however, I have a problem I can not solve ..

When I click "abort" or when one job ends the feeder retracts the wire too many millimetri..e this causes a deformation of the wire inside the hotend that the next release prevents me from print, because the filament is too inside the pipe ..

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B4dvU64q8YdPODNrYUJmUjh2NFk/view?usp=sharing

This problem prevents me from constantly print and forces me to have to pull out the wire, cut it and put it back ..

Use "Cura" 15.xx.06 because they told me that is what works best.

Thanks

Manuel

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