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Salut Xavier,

Comme le dit jerome c'est simple a enlever, une fois l'embout blanc descendu le bowden sort sans effort.

Si tu l'enleves au niveau de la tête il faut peut etre chauffer la tête a genre 90°c ou 100°c s'il y a du filament dedans.

Ensuite pour le sortir, tu le coupe au niveau du feeder et tu tire dessus si tu y arrives.

Ou alors tu enleves le bowden au niveau du feeder aussi et tu pousse ou tire avec un autre bout de filament


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