ok ive been printing for quite some time with the printer (50+ hours) and everythings been good, ive used up one roll, and then switched to a black filament, printed 10 hours of stuff, then tryed to switch to a white filament. This is where the trouble started. I attempt to load the white filament, but the filament stops in side the tool head and just stops there, the motor still runs and strips the filament. I figure that the nozzle is clogged, so i disconnect the bowden tube and hand run some filament through by hand, then for good measure i perform some "cold pulls". I heat the tool head up for 5 mins, push some white filament through, then i set it to 60 for a few seconds, then set the tool head to 210 and slowly pull out the filament. when i push the filament through by hand i see white filament, when i do the "cold pull" i see nothing but white filament. Im switching to flux brand white filament, im switching from hatch box black filament. and the spool i used up was flux brand white filament.
im at my wits end trying to figure out why this filament isnt going all the way through, and im wasting filament as every time some filament is stripped i have to throw away a good 6 inches of filament. the filament seems to go threw the bowden tube just fine, but doesnt have enough pressure to make it through the toolhead.
pleas if you guys have any ideas that would be awesome.