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Resuming failed printing Cura 2.3.1

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Hi there  

I am using Cura 2.3.1 on a Mac (OSX El Capitan 10.11.6) + Robo R1 Plus and printing PLA

Issue : While printing a large object the extruder stopped delivering PLA half way (jam nozzle), the printing was looking perfect ... but now the extruder is in the air ...

I am not an expert but I understand that one way to try to recover the work done and restart the print is to access the G code,  someone can advice if that can be done with the Cura 2.3.1 and if that is the case how to do it please?

Thanks

OG

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