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leveling issue on right side

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Dear Ultimaker users,

I have on the ride side an issue with the leveling. The center and left side looks optimal but on the right side the prints look like the following.

Material : 2.85 PLA , Temp looks fine with around 60 Degree Celsius

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Can this be corrected by me or should i request new buildplate from ultimaker support?

Regards,

Sebastian

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fans are switched of... checked temp for glassplate -> its stable with 1-2 degrees difference from right to left.

for me looks like a leveling issue... the irregularity (not correctly placed lines) starts right after the center of the plate...

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