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UMO+ Assembly Rough/Wobbly/Hesitant X-Axis

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Hey Guys,

Well, I'm new here and I hate that I am immediately here with an issue!

I just finished building my UMO+ and when installing and calibrating the print head I felt some hesitation in the Axis from Back to Front (honestly I forget which axis that is in this case).  I tried recalibrating it with the calibration sticks 3 times to no avail.  After writing this post I am going to try again and hope. It is causing the print head to hesitate and move jumpily when I finally activated it during the bed leveling.  Any ideas or suggestions?  I believe it may be related to the left axes bar as it appears that the pulleys are not aligned with the slider block but I am not sure.  I can gladly include picture and video!  

Thanks!

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