Good morning. There should be an attached photo that shows my current predicament. I have some filament that broke off and was stuck between the end of the extruder (I assume) and up to the top of the heat block. I was eventually able to heat the printer to 180-200 degrees and with tweezers pull out what was hard to reach. However, once I pulled that 2-3" piece out, it was stuck. So, I can't get 'something' out. Not sure what other steps I should take. What else can I take apart? I did watch a video from Polar3D. I
We'll get you up and running! Was the video you watched this one? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GCZYdBX2aEs
If so, what's the current status of the printer?
Did you ever resolve this? We had a clog where we had to torch a paperclip to be able to breakthrough the clog
Yes, we did. It seems like we heated that heat up to like 200+ degrees - far more than the typical heat - maybe even higher. Then we used the small hex wrench end and shoved through it. The heat was the key - we simply were going the traditional heat unaware that it could go so much higher - good luck!
Thanks Bill for the tip!
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