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Has filament stopped flowing out the nozzle?

There could be some residual filament left over. Glenn and Gabe show you up-close how to clear the jam in your nozzle. This procedure works on the GorillaMaker GM3D200, GM3D250, and GM3D505. Requires the brass rod located in your tool-kit. 

 

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