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Most likely you are not extruding enough material. This could be mechanical (filament slipping in your drive), your filament diameter setting could be wrong, or you could adjust the steps-per-e in the preferences to a higher value.

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I recognize these problems, and guess that your belt tension is not yet correct.

Check this

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You should soon see that the harmonic vibration of your belts isn't high pitched enough

!!edit!!

Mind that the correct belt tension should resemble about 7mm when u push it in the middle.

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