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no extrusion missing part

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So today i finished my ultimaker. But when making i lost the extruder lever. Its very stupid but i cant find it anywhere. And now there is no filament coming out of the hot end.

Is there a way i can get that part or place something there instead?

 

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Looks like the part came loose during printing? If so, re-level your bed so that the first layer is pressed harder into the tape.

Also, it looks like the tape isn't stuck down very good in a few places. Really rub it into the platform so it sticks nicely.

 

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In the furture please post pictures here, not imgur (which probably won't host your pic for a year).

Click "gallery" at the top left of this page, then click blue "upload" button. Then make a post and click "my media" next to smile icon.

 

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