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Good day all

I have just starting to print with my new ultiamker 2 , this is the first print I am trying to print and every setting I am setting does not seem to fix this problem, I don't know what I am doing wrong ?  , I am using Cura 15.6 , the setting I have tried are default to the software . I have also tried to slow the printer now the last print on the picture is layer H 0.1 Shell thickness 0.5 print speed 40mm / travel speed 50 cooling on the infill is 100%support also on I am using ultimaker pla black   I have extended my spool to lay on the ground and given enough slack for the printer. It seem that the first layer seems to go down ok its when it starts printing above that it becomes all messed up . I have also added a extra photo with a lose wire on the mainboard I don't know where this is meant to plug in its the red and brown cable with 2 pin connection when I got the printer it was disconnected  20150714_091524.thumb.jpg.32524424b886eaa1b82602b44fdff11d.jpg 20150714_093210.thumb.jpg.cad22de1da40c7028cc6d55324525daf.jpg,



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