To adjust the rods, just get your hands in there and give it a twist Im sure your wife knows how to adjust your "z height" without problems. If you find there's to much friction, just add some lube and try again If you find your nozzle is banging into the bed, ur doing it wrong. some "oozing" is normal before/after you "print" when upgrading, any average smooth rod will suffice, if it's too long, just cut it down some. O.O Be careful when re-installing your "x" carriage. You might lose your marbles. Pro-Tip: When tweaking, remember to twist both sides equally To make your bed last longer, remember to put down a protective coating If your X rests too close to the bed, you may throw your nuts Be sure to insert the "motor" shaft all the way inside the coupler for maximum grip. Don't leave the "hot end" turned on for extended periods of time. If you do, consult a doctor. if you do "some burning may occur" Bob it only burns when I extrude :I Do clean out your hot end occasionally. It might become clogged over time. If you find your nozzle becomes too clogged, you may have to remove it. Often a hot wire or needle will clear the problem Protip. Flash your firmware to your computer, not to the public. If you find your nozzle is oozing your material may be too wet Multiple contributors!