The shorter PTFE tube is not a big problem. If the filament is properly fed into the PTFE tube without blocking the movement, it is fine. The problem could be with flexible filament - there we recommend
- Reduce the print speed - off 40% or more
- Reduce the press on the springs on hobbled pulleys.
The correct step - the last step to securely lock the PTFE tube is shown in the second figure. You have to push the PTFE tube all the way in - so that there is no gap inside the Hotend. Then push the PTFE tube inside while pulling the black collet up. By doing so, the PTFE tube is fixed and locked in place. It is therefore not meant to out the collet completely but only partially to fix the position of the PTFE tube. See the second figure.
Hi, double check the printer connection and cable managment. Please, double check the fuses on the RAMBO board and Power supply - https://help.prusa3d.com/article/TU2ViUJ... .
In case the problem persists, please contact our customer support - firstname.lastname@example.org.
The shorter PTFE tube is included in the Hotend in the MK3S kit. The PTFE tube must be changed if you have old MK3 Hotend and doing the upgrade on the MK3S. It is info for customers.
there is no screw for this part. The screw is possible to screw to the part below this FS-cover.
Thanks for feedback. Loop is not visible, we will try to make a better picture.
Thanks for your feedback.
Please check the 9. Spare Bag with spare parts. The washers should be there. In case of missing washers or other problems, please contact our technical support on email email@example.com.
The silver PSU is tested and of the same quality as the new black PSU. New PSUs will soon be delivered. If you received PSU silver, it is absolutely fine and you will not need a newer one. The type of PSU has no effect on the printer.
The bearings should move smoothly on the rods. A bit of scratching is normal. If the pressure on the bearings is greater during motion, try to check that the rods are not scratched or that the bearings are not damaged. If there is a problem with visible damage or rods / bearings are damaged, do not hesitate to contact our technical support on email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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