Boiling sound independent of filament
Printing nylon+CF and have been for a while without issues (beyond what was caused by a previous issue with overheating the chamber).
I recently changed nozzles (Nozzle X 0.4 mm) and first couple of prints went fine - though the nozzle was a bit low and I needed to raise it a bit.
Then all of a sudden I noticed a hiss/bubbling sound and the extruder would stop extruder. No clicking. Sometimes fixable by applying a little bit of pressure. When completely stopped I merely drop the temperature to 160 C and pull out the filament by hand which completely unblocks it.
First thing I thought was the nylon-cf had picked up some moisture. A little confused because it's stored and used in dry boxes where the humidity was around 20%. Parked it and figured I'd bake out the moisture later.
I put some cleaning filament through the extruder and still heard the bubbling noise. Put some PLA through and still heard the bubbling sound at 215 C.
I haven't completely dismantled the extruder but I inspected what I could and couldn't see any leaks or similar.
Any ideas on what the bubbling sound could be?
Took the heat break out etc and inspected. It was a little loose, so tighten it.
I noticed the collet is sticking out a little. Is it meant to be flush with the body?