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My boden does not stay in place

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Good evening,

 

And that's a long time without having big problems. Tonight, the youngest, a large print failed. Nearly 3 hours of printing, the tube is removed from its housing at the extruder. :shock: :eek: :mad: :twisted: :evil:

 

An advanced study allowed me to demonstrate that the tube was worn to the point of clinging to the filament. Result within the scope of the pressure, it does not stay in place.

 

For me out of bad situation, I cut the damaged section at the base so then I put everything in place. It works again. :idea:

 

I propose to change the gray clip that holds the tube in place for it in a red jumper. I guess it's good for the moment but I'll have to find a viable solution to this defect. :)

 

Meanwhile your answers on the topic or feedback, I am going back to my cave to what will or not.

 

Good evening to all.

 

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