Over the past months I have increasingly suffered from increased nozzle blockages despite keeping to the same profiles and not tinkering.
As a result I have had to remove the hot end and also the Bowden cable connector on the top of the print head.
The issue is that there is no access to get to the connector with a socket and using any other tool, typically a pair of pliers is the only option is not ideal. A spanner will not fit since there has not been enough space designed to allow access except vertically.
I am interested to know if anyone else has had this same issue?
I would think that the simple answer is to increase the clearance around these connectors and check the final assembly that there is sufficient tool access.
i have also already removed the bowden fitting already with pliers.. I tried some filament that solidified in the hotend so I have to drill it out with a 2mm drill !