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extrusion problem, atomic method doesn't give solution

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I tried the Atomic method another 4 times since I posted the last image of the filament after the procedure and it seemed to come out less messy all though not as perfect as I see on demonstration pictures. I tried to print a model (figurine) which went well for a while but halfway the problem reoccured. Thin, crusty layers and a lot of 'hair'. But some parts are printed well. I am using Simplify3D. Temp. 210º, Building plate without heating. I already cleaned the filament feeder. Should I replace the nozzle?

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