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Filament don't come out !

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Help .... prb of filament that comes out in manual BUT not during a print (Ultimaker O +), test with different temperatures, filament, bed levelling and Z-offset are OK. The feeder is OK and gives enough strength to push. I hold there!

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When you say you can get it out in 'manual', what do you mean?

You say you are on a UMO+, but have you updated your firmware?

And you have done cold pulls to really make sure it is cleaned? Even if you can get it out in 'manual', is it coming out fully or smaller than it should be?

For instance, when I use 'move filament' on my UM3E (not sure if there is an equivalent on the UMO+) it could come out, but not in full diameter and would clog during a print very quickly. And, it would come out if I took a piece of filament and pushed it in by hand with the bowden tube uncoupled.

Deep cleaning solved both issues.

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