Unfortunately, that didn't resolve it for me, I'm going to be honest, for $140 - I was hoping for something a little bit better than this. Heat creep and extruder issues. It's the fourth time I've had to disassemble this beast to clear a clog for PLA. Went from 185 all the way up to 225 Celsius on the hot end temperature, adjusted vref on my SKR e3 mini v2.0. Still the same issue as above, I can confirm that the print job starts out beautifully, but sometime after 6 hours of printing, the extruder dies and stops extruding or retracting altogether. Gears checked with magnifying glass via the troubleshooting video provided, no visual artifacts and expected movement. Honestly - it's as if the extruder motor dies during the print job. I have taken the liberty to order a replacement motor and will test further - but I'm not sure if I'll stick with this hotend at this rate. EDIT: After the fourth clear and confirmation of the motor dying when the clog applies, I have removed this from the printer and removing this from my recommended list for my students. This expensive atrocity has been an absolute nightmare, from a broken thermistor wire out of the box, to an aluminum body wrought with problems mounting and snapping pieces off, then this? Sorry - I just can't recommend this for everyday and professional printers. Thanks E3D, please enjoy the money I "donated" - it won't happen again.