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Prints not sticking to back corners of the buildplate

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Hi guys

I have an UM2, and mostly i do large prints.

But lately I have been doing lots of small prints and multiples of the same item. I have noticed that my prints in the back corners always lift off the bed and sticks to the nozzle or moves around with the printhead.

Have leveled the bed again multiple times, but still not having much luck.

Have an Olsson Block but still using the factory print head.

Has anyone got any suggestions on how to go abouts fixing this?

Cheers

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So we have come to the conclusion that my bed isn't level and I cant get it to level. Have tried over a dozen times now. Check out the image below:

https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=979046972212476&set=p.979046972212476&type=3&theater

Its getting really frustrating now, I cant find a solution anywhere. Looks like not many have had this issue

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