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6 hours of troubleshooting my Makerbot Replicator to unclog a clogged extruder nozzle I realized I had to get into advanced territory to get the plastic flowing. I first performed the MakerBot Replicator Maintenance and greased the 7 rods, tightened some hex screws, and de-gummed the stepper motors but this wasn’t enough for my problem. My MakerBot Replicator extruder nozzle must have gotten dirt inside or something in which I needed to burn out the nozzle’s insides then increase the diameter from .4mm to .6mm with a sewing needle. Afterwards I changed the print code in ReplicatorG, to print with a nozzle diameter of .6mm instead of .4mm, and successful printing has occurred. Good luck to those that have this problem. You can now reuse defective, old extruder nozzles!
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