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Really bad nozzle clog

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Hello. I had a very long print running, went to bed with the print running fine. I woke up to see the print had lifted off of the glass, clogged the nozzle, and had been ejected from the machine. I was able to remove the nozzle, but there is still a huge block of solid, cooled plastic stuck where it should not be. Any ideas on how to safely remove this without damaging my machine?

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