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melkins2

Pre-assembled x-axis sliding block won't move on its rod

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So i just unboxed my pre-assembled ultimaker 2 days ago and go to set it up, when i notice that the x axis DOESN'T MOVE. the y and z are fine and so is everything else that i can see. however it seems that the rear x-axis sliding block is stuck on something.

I can't see anything wrong without taking it apart and I am not great with complex machinery so i wan't to avoid that as much as possible.

I was thinking it could be a lack of lubrication or maybe it is rubbing something that's hidden.

HELP!!

 

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