Problem with bowden coupling on E3D Lite

Discussion in 'E3D-v6 and Lite6' started by GhostPzB, Sep 3, 2018.

  1. GhostPzB

    GhostPzB New Member

    Sep 3, 2018
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    I have an E3D Lite with embedded bowden couling.
    I've recently discovered that the PTFE tube on my E3D Lite heatsink doesn't stay in place.
    It is inserted all the way down, and the coupler is fixed with the collar clip. But as soon as I begin printing, the pressure inside the hotend forces the teflontube up for about 3 mm introducing a gap between tube and hotend.
    Can I replace the coupling or do I need a new heatsink?
    (I've already replaced the ptfe, but the problem persists)

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