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Posted · Why is is doing this ????!?!

Sounds familiar.
About 33 years ago (maybe there were more) I also disassembled a lot of things.
Completely by accident and couldn't get it back together. 😅

 

Turn the lever. It is wrongly attached in your video.
Also the cover has to be on it. The feeder doesn't work without it.

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    Posted · Why is is doing this ????!?!
    15 minutes ago, UlrichC-DE said:

    Forgot to mention. Normally the lever places the ball bearing with the filament against the tooth roller.

    As far as I remember. Do not unscrew it very often. I have controlled myself in this respect.

     

    Good luck

     

    31 minutes ago, UlrichC-DE said:

    Sounds familiar.
    About 33 years ago (maybe there were more) I also disassembled a lot of things.
    Completely by accident and couldn't get it back together. 😅

     

    Turn the lever. It is wrongly attached in your video.
    Also the cover has to be on it. The feeder doesn't work without it.

    Can you take a video or email me at oysterv.j@gmail.com?

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    Posted (edited) · Why is is doing this ????!?!

    Unfortunately I cannot record a video right now.
    The printer is at another location.

     

    On the center of the manual-lever is an eccentric (red arrow) that pushes the bearing-lever.
    You can take out the bearing-lever under the bearing and turn the manual-lever.

     

    I found a picture here in the forum.
    That looks better.

    feeder-internal.JPG

    Edited by UlrichC-DE
    Something wrong. Too many levers
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    Posted · Why is is doing this ????!?!

    Yeah that part broke off on my lever

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    Posted · Why is is doing this ????!?!

    You have to rotate this part (red arrows from your video)

    feeder-internal-.JPG

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