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    Creality Ender V2 Printing Issues

    Hello everyone,I'm very new to this space and I just purchased a Creality Ender V2 printer for my son. After initially setting it up, I got what seems to be a perfect print of the design that came with the printer (That Chinese cat with it's paw up). All seemed well until my second print attempt and every attempt since then. Some of the issues I'm having are - filament not sticking to the board upon initial printing, and separation of filament mid print. I think I fixed the issue with the filament not sticking to the board by increasing the temperature of the nozzle and base (205 degrees and 80 degrees respectively). It seems to stick most of the time now, but then I still have issue mid print where it will have a gap in the filament. Sometimes it will continue to print with a distinct line in the middle of the print, but most of the attempts result in the whole thing just falling apart and the nozzle spiting out webs of filament. I've attached a photo for reference of the most recent print attempt. I'm still learning the process so try to use layman's terms is possible lol. Thank you all for your help!
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    Last edited by SuperOriginalGuy; 01-02-2024 at 02:34 PM. Reason: grammar

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    Really? No one?

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    Your printer prints on its side...really?

    Could be.......

    Clogged nozzle
    Extruder gears clogged and filament grinding.
    Filament trapped under another wind on the reel.
    Filament run snagging somewhere.
    Bad filament.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bikeracer2020 View Post
    Your printer prints on its side...really?

    Could be.......

    Clogged nozzle
    Extruder gears clogged and filament grinding.
    Filament trapped under another wind on the reel.
    Filament run snagging somewhere.
    Bad filament.
    The image was right side up when I uploaded it, thank.you.very.much! lol

    Thank you for the info and trying to be helpful...

    I'll take a look at all these things.

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