I have a fairly new TAZ5. I switched from ABS to PETG, forgot to change the diameter of the filament, it clogged, and overextruded the tip right off the nozzle (it broke off). Now the remainder of the nozzle (the threads) appears to be stuck inside the hot end surrounded by a mass of hardened PETG.
Is there any hope for recovery? I had though maybe soaking the whole hot end in a mix of acetone and this other cement solvent (methyline chloride?) I have for an extended period. Before I do it, I need to know whether I should remove the aluminum part of the hotend and what the ramifications of doing so are. Never had it apart so I don’t want to screw something up.
I noticed they use some type of locktite on the threads for the hotend. Is that a special hi temp type?