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Search engine, still doesn't work?

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I just tried typing "E3D nozzle", then I tried "Heater block" next I tried "Olsson block" and finally for fun, I tried "Levelling the bed" in each case the search engine didn't pull up any of the posts I know exist. Can you please fix the search engine so that it works ?

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Hi TheDeugd, sorry I can't be anymore helpful. All I know is there were threads on those topics which existed in the previous forum - assuming you haven't deleted any threads?

Anders Ollson made an alternate heater block which accepts E3D nozzles. I can't find anything on that using the search engine. Illuminarti wrote up an alternate method for levelling the bed. Again, I can't find anything on that with the search engine. It looks like the search engine just doesn't ?

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Is this the one you're looking for about bed leveling? Found with: "illuminarti bed leveling"

And this one from Anders? Found with: "alternate heater block"

Hope this helps :) if you have any other issues please let me know.

And yes, we're definitely looking into improving the search function even further in the future.

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