SOLVED Dual Hybrid Titan Print Cooling Fan

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  1. gearmesh

    gearmesh Well-Known Member

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    My Dual Hybrid Titan Print Cooling Fan hangs way too low.
    It does not want to slide upwards any more due to a tie strap mount on the x carriage. At first I thought I would just cut of the tie strap mount but then I figured the problem may be my fan is correct but my nozzles are not down as far as they should be.

    Any words of advice?

    Nozzle Height or fan issue.jpg
     
  2. Alex9779

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    Your nozzles are fine.
    You mounted you fan mount the wrong direction...
     
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  4. gearmesh

    gearmesh Well-Known Member

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    Another view...
    Nozzle Height or fan issue 2.jpg
     
  5. Alex9779

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    Dismount the fan mount, turn it 180° around the Z axis, you have to insert the screws from the opposite side...
     
  6. gearmesh

    gearmesh Well-Known Member

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    Ha ha ha. OMG.
    Yes. my vents are not facing the nozzles.
    OK. What a goof.
    Thanks Alex !
     
  7. Steven

    Steven Well-Known Member

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    And your lawn needs some care...
     
  8. Bob L

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    I have my dual hybrid print cooling fan oriented correctly, but there is nothing on the printhead for the screws to engage into. There are 2 slots, but no holes and the screws do not engage the slots, just slide in there! Any advice?
     
  9. Mark Curry

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    Yes drop the 2xm3 nuts in the slots... it's in the instructions
     
  10. Mark Curry

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    There are 2 channels that the nuts run though to get to the slots... you drop the nuts into the 2 slits on the top of the carriage and the fall down to where they need to be
     

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