I was in the process of printing a 16 hour print, but I must have failed to copy the G-code correctly, because the print stopped after 107 of 223 layers. Looking at the G-code, It also stops there.
However, I had the full G-code on my computer, and decided to try and resume the print from layer 108. It seemed to work, with the exception of a little excess extrusion at a single point in the beginning, but after three layers, i noticed that it wasn't extruding anymore. I am not completely positive that it isn't due to nozzle jamming, but I have a strong feeling that the problem is the G-code itself, as it does extrude some plastic just before printing starts.
Here are the first lines of my manually edited G-code. Can anyone see why I get the blob in the beginning, or why I don't get anything at all later on? Or does it look good, and my problem is probably the nozzle?
;FLAVOR:UltiGCode ;TIME:60308 ;MATERIAL:119047 ;MATERIAL2:0 ;NOZZLE_DIAMETER:0.400000 ;NOZZLE_DIAMETER2:0.400000 ;MTYPE:PLA ;Layer count: 222 ;LAYER:109 G0 F9000 X208.213 Y107.948 Z16.610 ;TYPE:FILL G1 F3600 X210.390 Y105.771 E4104.65185 G0 F9000 X210.390 Y103.170 G1 F3600 X168.331 Y61.111 E4107.77457 G0 F9000 X167.074 Y61.111 G1 F3600 X120.237 Y107.949 E4111.25208 G0 F9000 X121.695 Y107.949 G1 F3600 X74.857 Y61.111 E4114.72962 G0 F9000 X73.600 Y61.111 G1 F3600 X26.763 Y107.948 E4118.20709