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What is this and why is it happening?

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this is from oozing while traveling.

Here: is what causes it and how to fix it.

 

I have seen that, but what is strange is i have never had it before and it all started a few weeks ago. I have had the machine apart to change the teflon and to clean out the back of the machine etc.. I dont think it started after that but it might have done.

Other then that i havent changed any settings in Cura or the machine, and have been using the same PLA.

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