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My printer is printing the models with each later going at a angle like there not aligned correctly when trying to solve the problem the axel tends to Bob up and down shown in picture where there isn't a smooth roll I have a video of the problem but not letting me upload it and advice on what's going wrong with my printer please

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Eccentric pulleys (moving up and down) are quite common but shouldn't produce the problem you're describing with the print. If possible it would be helpful to see a picture of the print as that would make it much easier to diagnose.

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