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Posted · extrusion problem

If it is ok with another material, you need to reconfigure speed and temp.

If its the same filament and now prinds badly, I say Teflon/ Heater / Sensor amnd les likely

Bowden tube (actually).

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Posted · extrusion problem

Hard to tell from the picture

It looks like stringing to me.

Reducing temperature and increasing travel speed to 250mm/s will help.

Maybe you have better pictures? Zoomed on the problematic areas?

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