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  1. Retain all fasteners until after assembly. Find the file for printing at http://bit.ly/2RFHGyT To start this process, you will need to remove all 4 corner leveling knobs. There may also be a star washer between the knob and Y carriage plate on each corner.
    • Retain all fasteners until after assembly.

    • Find the file for printing at http://bit.ly/2RFHGyT

    • To start this process, you will need to remove all 4 corner leveling knobs. There may also be a star washer between the knob and Y carriage plate on each corner.

    • The screw that is not allowing the new chain to sit flat, needs to be removed. Use an M2.5 hex for this.

    • The screw is no longer needed.

    • The raised part sits closer to one side. It should face the end stop.

    • Test fit the printed part first to make sure it sits all the way flush.

  2. Loosen the socket head screw using a M4 hex . Reposition the end stop so that the new printed part triggers the lever. Using a RTV silicone based adhesive (high temp suggested) or another glue that works with plastic/metal, apply a small amount of glue to the sides of the printed part on the inside corner.
    • Loosen the socket head screw using a M4 hex .

    • Reposition the end stop so that the new printed part triggers the lever.

    • Using a RTV silicone based adhesive (high temp suggested) or another glue that works with plastic/metal, apply a small amount of glue to the sides of the printed part on the inside corner.

  3. Clean up any excess glue using a paper towel. Double check that the end stop is triggered by the new part. Reposition the end stop bracket if necessary.
    • Clean up any excess glue using a paper towel.

    • Double check that the end stop is triggered by the new part. Reposition the end stop bracket if necessary.

    • Tighten the end stop bracket.

    • This is held in with a bolt and T Nut. Make sure the bracket is secure after tightening the bolt.

    • Continue on with Step 10 on the Cable Chain Install Guide by clicking http://bit.ly/2Runj7r.

Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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