Hey everyone, I'm reaching out to the forum as I've tried my best to troubleshoot my filament feed issue with the titan extruder but have come up empty handed. I've had the Titan Aero for a while now and it's put out some great prints but i've also had a nagging issue of filament stripping randomly. It's become a more frequent issue for me and so I started to look into the exact reason it was happening. My issue seems to be that there is too much play in the idler arm and it can yaw out to the right a bit, enough to cause the filament to grind against one side of the hobb rather then the center. (see pics) in both pics the idler is loaded where I would normally have it. My failure is ALWAYS that the filament has ground out. Upon inspection of the hobb, I usually find that one side of the hop is clogged up with filament grounds. I've replaced the nozzle, tried new filament, tried drying my filament in a dehydrator.. ect. I've bought a new hardened steel gear that arrived today to ensure that I was not effected by the mis-pressed gear run. I'm really at a loss on how the filament is supposed to stay on path if there's that much play. Any advice would be very appreciated!