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Posted · Bed level problems

I have an Ultimaker 2+ and have been running it for a couple of years now. Recently, the front left side of the bed will no longer level properly. When I run the leveling process, I can not get the front left to reach the extruder. I can make it lower, but not raise any longer. Has the screw worn out or is the bed warped now? Can anyone walk me through getting this fixed?

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Posted · Bed level problems

Have you tried lowering the other two screws? Then you should have more effective "travel" on the front-left.

It could be that the front-left spring is starting to loose its springiness. You can test this by switching the front-left spring with the front-right spring.

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