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Aporte original por: Mark Looman ,


I had the same problem and solved it thanks to you guys:

I drilled a hole in the bottom and made it a bigger opening, to gain access to the cog wheels. I used the mirror pictures of  benjaminreveille to know where.

The left cog had slid to the left on the metal axis. I moved it back on the rough part of the axis, but that didn't help. I slid it back aside, put superglue on the rough part and slid the cog back in place. Let it dry overnight.

And voilà! Printer as good as new!

Thank you so much all of you!