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Continue a print after pc shutdown

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Hope someone can help me?!

Last night my pc turned off while printing. And so my model is damaged a little, but still, with tlc, ok.

Can anyone tell me what is best to do...

Take the risk of trying to restart and modify gcode to start from the last printed layer or take off my model and create new g code and placing this with glue on my printed model?

I don't want to throw this away because it took 16 hours of printing... It needs to be finished in time...

Thanx for your help in advance

Alexander

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