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Ultimaker Original leaning prints on heated bed

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A couple months ago I installed the heated bed and right off, noticed the heated bed Z-cover squeaks as it is making contact with the back of the printer. I'm not 100% sure it is to blame for this, but I wanted to put that out there

It just started happening, my last two prints show the lean. Here's a photo of tonight's print, done in XT-CF20 carbon fiber filament. The angle is taken from the RIGHT side of the print...

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And from a few months ago...

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Any thoughts? I really hate the thought of taking the printer all apart again to repair the Z-Cap....if that's the culprit!

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