Hey Guys,

First time poster here. I've had my Creator Pro for about 4 months now and it's been great. I did a ton of research on printers for beginners - mid range, good build volume, etc. Anyways, about a month ago I broke a couple fins off the right fan. I was a little overzealous and didn't want to wait for it to spin down while clearing a jam and I slipped with the allen wrench. So it sounded terrible after I reassembled it but it at least would print for a while until jamming about an hour in Makes sense because it wasn't cooling properly. It would get a little ways into a print and then just stop feeding. Took me about a month of dealing with other personal stuff but I've finally replaced the fan courtesy of a replacement from Flashforge.

But I'm still running into printing issues. It can't even print the base layer anymore. It'll get a few passes in and then the layers get really spotty as if it's just slowly running out of filament. I read releveling the bed would be a possible fix but it's still running into issues. My guess is the motor or the nozzle as the next thing to fix. When I load the left extruder the filament is nice and thick and smooth. When I load the right - with some FF PLA blue filament (shiny-translucent) - the filament is spotty with bubbles and it's very thin. My next test is going to be marking the motor to see if it's actually feeding slower than the left one. We'll see.

I primarily use FF PLA filament and I keep the sides on it with the top cover on and the door closed. I've been using a few other Filaments from Matterhackers and Hatchbox but haven't really had any issues with those. It still has the factory nozzles and I'm not sure how many hours I've put on them but I've basically been running it non-stop since I got it so it's probably between 1600-2000 hours.

If any of you veterans have any advice I'm all ears.. or eyes in this case lol Thanks for any advice you guys have.