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john.n19
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My filament sensor is busted. I dio b know what happened, but a few of the components are scraped off, so i must have hit it with something. How can i order another one?

Thanks

Posted : 22/07/2018 10:10 pm
dryja123
(@dryja123)
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My filament sensor is busted. I dio b know what happened, but a few of the components are scraped off, so i must have hit it with something. How can i order another one?

Thanks

Here's the link: https://shop.prusa3d.com/en/mk3-printer-parts/212-mk3-filament-sensor.html

If you can't see that page you must start a support chat and ask for access to the MK3 part store. Only registered owners will have access to order replacement parts.

Posted : 22/07/2018 10:18 pm
joan.t
(@joantabb)
Veteran Member Moderator

Might be worth holding back a while, support told me (last week} there was a redevelopment due in the next couple of months. if you're buying, might be worth buying the new option.

regards Joan

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Posted : 22/07/2018 10:54 pm
caitlin.b3
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Filament anxiety is never fun and neither is having to manually keep track of your filament usage because you lack a filament runout sensor.

If you’ve been 3D printing long enough, you’ll understand the disappointment of running out of filament. You leave a long print running only to discover after 10 hours that your printer is “printing air”. There’s no systematically built print, just an extruder flailing around some inches above a useless lump of plastic.

It’s demoralizing, but it happens. Popular YouTuber Thomas Sanladerer considers “filament tangled on the spool” to be the main filament problem behind failed prints.

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